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September 08, 2020

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Susan

Your quilt looks great! I’m not a fan of large blocks either. I’m did a mystery quilt for my quilt guild a few years ago and one member called me to say she needed to drop out. She said that 2 1/2 squares and HSTs were way too small for her to work with. So funny, at least to me.....

I just signed up for the fall block though I shouldn’t start anything else as there’s a closet full of tops waiting to be quilted. Thanks for sharing!

Stephani in N. TX

Not a fan of small teeny blocks but 6-inch anything was where I started in quilting, stars, bars, strips. Must thank you for your blogging work over the summer. Some of my blog reading went by the wayside during Covid. But yours, everyday, was one to look forward to and I have really enjoyed it. It kept my quilt pot going when Covid was truly a blight on the land. I'm handling it better now, like all of us, getting used to masks, distancing, etc., and just plain not being so terrified. It took some time and distraction to realize I could pursue my interests and still avoid mass socializing. I do miss my quilt groups though. Thanks again for the assistance. Who knew we could survive 6 mos. and many losses, and still mush on.

Jane Nadig

I love your quilt. Thanks for sharing your quilt journey.
Jane N

Debbie R.

It's beautiful!

sue s

I've downloaded the blocks for this one and it's on my list for soon....Yours is beautiful.

 T Holzer

Beautiful, Nicole and I especially like the pops of red that really show up. I've started Hocus Pocus. My fabrics are gorgeous, but I don't love having to go back and forth between the 2 patterns. I wish when she wrote the runner pattern that she would have started new. Oh well, I'll manage!! Emma started grade 7 today so the house will be more quiet than it has been in months!!

Wendy Currie

As always your quilt is beautiful! We had frost overnight and the kids are back to school so it is really feeling like fall here! So yes to pumpkin decorating!!
Did you know that Canadians also celebrate Labour Day? 😊

Jan

Your quilt is stunning! It will be nice to have it as a positive reminder from these past months. And, I'll add my thanks to you for giving your readers something to look forward to in the happy news department! Stay well!

Mary Kastner

Beautiful job Nicole. I really like it a lot. Stay safe and well. Crazy times.

Mary

AnnieO in SoCalif

Beautiful! I would be doing the opposite, sizing UP 6" blocks to make a bigger quilt faster, LOL!

Put out the pumpkins if it's under 100 degrees...:) I was just looking at some yummy pumpkin desserts on Pinterest!

Ina

wow. that is just gorgeous...wait until it is quilted. it is going to be stunning. another beautiful finish.

yes, put out the pumpkins and pull out the Halloween quilts. have you noticed the grocery store has Halloween candy as if things are just perfectly normal and kids will be going door to door?

Kathy B

Nicole,

This quilt is amazing!! I have printed off the patterns as well and I think I will make them 6 inches as well. Thanks for the inspiration

Anita

Love how it turned out! Plus, bonus you used up some stash!Funny all the quilts and projects that will remind of us this unprecedented time.

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