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August 20, 2020



Your idea to use batiks for the maple blocks was brilliant. They certainly look more organic and autumnal than a cotton print would look.
Although I don't own any BlocLoc tools, I've heard nothing but good things about them. I'll have to put them on my wish list!

T Holzer

Wow! Those batiks are just perfect for this quilt, heh?? Beautiful.

Mary Kastner

Very pretty leaves. I hope fall comes soon. Hot and smokey here this morning already. Have a good day Nicole.

Lisa D.

Those batik prints are perfect for those leaves! We had vandals cut down a power pole last Thursday with a chain saw! 4,000 of us without power for 8 hours. Then on Saturday, they cut through 4 more poles! Why would anyone do that?

Kathleen Gentile

I love that batik look! Makes me wish I had some in my stash!


Your batiks are perfect for this project. I hope it cools down soon.


It is too hot here in Wisconsin, looking forward to Fall as well. Love your blocks!!


oh, man. no electricity? I didn't even think of that obstacle for distance learning. you and Eva will just have to roll with it and read a book.

don't forget to breathe. somehow, we will get through this.


Those fabrics are just perfect! Batiks are always so beautiful! Boy you're having bad luck with the power, hope it's not too smokey where you are too. At least you have nice projects to keep you busy!

Susan C Quinn

Your fabrics are beautiful! They look like they were meant for that pattern!

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