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April 01, 2021

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sue s

I just love that fabric line! I use Kona Snow also for its perfect whiteness. Watching FQS videos is addictive. I'm even watching the ones now where she sews the Socialite blocks, and I'm not even making the quilt!

Kerry L.

I just started making Summer Moon! It’s a little time consuming but addictive!
Love Kona Snow!

Stephani in N. TX

I'm having troubles with wanting every new fabric I see. I think it's really more a result of a year of almost no fabric shopping, no quilt shows, no quilt retreats. I finally waded in and waited on fabric orders to arrive, and now I'm swamped with new fabric and still eagerly looking over what's coming out. I think I have accumulated my lifetime supply. I started with the first quilt block of a triple star, beautiful but very slow going.I may live in my sewing room and just come out for meals and coffee.

Lisa D.

Those album blocks couldn't be any cuter! I love the fabrics you've chosen, too.

Mary Kastner

Your blocks are really nice. Lots of eye candy for you this week. Enjoy!

Mary

Ina

I know! So many quilts to make and sooooo little time! ;p

Anita

Love the blocks! I did not like that fabric line when I first saw it but am totally living it now!

Donna

Just catching up on my blog reading.... I love the colors in the At Home blocks that you are making. Very calming and I think would look great on your porch with the home theme in the fabrics.

Debra

I love your At Home blocks and the fabrics. I did the Bloomtopia Quilt along, actually ordered the kit that was out and loved it! Quilt is a success and will be used in our RV.

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