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February 27, 2019



Pretty blocks - a new pattern to me. I have the Folded Corner ruler, and love it. I have not perfected the flying geese yet, but I have gotten several to come out perfect. For some reason, even using the folded corner ruler, where the point meets in the middle always is a little out of line. I had to make I had to make 40 of these the other day, and of the 40, I think 5 came out perfect. Any idea what I am doing wrong?

Mary Kastner

Your table runner is pretty. I have several projects that are close to being finished but I am bored with them. SO...I started a new 9 patch quilt with some Jo fabrics and a small piece of embroidery. I haven't done any stitching for a long time but both are keeping me busy. I can't wait for new Halloween fabric. I am definitely making a new Halloween quilt this year! have a great day Nicole.


Nancy Watkins

That is adorable! I remember that line of fabric and love those colors.

Robby H.

We've been in a cycle of snow and very low temperatures for weeks. I threatened to throw myself on the floor like a two year old the other day if it didn't quit. A spring quilt seems like a much more adult solution. Those green pineapple blocks you did really caught my eye.


I'm working on a quilt using V. & Co.'s confetti ombre fabrics--bright & happy fabrics for a long-dreary-snowy-below-zero-temperatures spell! Teresa, run to buy Monique Dillard's Fit-To-Be-Geese rulers & you won't struggle with flying geese any longer! I learned about them right here on Nicole's blog, of course!

Barbara Anne

What a delightful little quilt! Love the block, too, and the fabrics are wonderful.

I've been shopping my large stash for years, only buying yardage for borders or for backing. Good thing we love scrap quilts! :)


Debbie R.

Nice and springlike! Just what we all need now (rather than the huge dump of snow I see happening outside my window). I always love Fig Tree fabrics, and recently completed a quilt from an older line -- still love it! Thanks for the taste of spring.

Linda Smith

Just have to say I love Fig Tree fabric. She really knows how to give that soft, vintage look with her color palette. I've also used several of her patterns and she writes them so clearly. Great looking little quilt!


I just love everything Fig Tree, such soft vintagey feels. What a nice combo you put together, makes me want to break into my springey fabric!


Really lovely! I'm just glad I don't live along a river. Unbelievable what's happening again in Sonoma County. ugh.

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