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June 01, 2022


Marie Woodhouse

Awesome Nicole!, they are all beautiful & finished! You rock at this "finished quilts". I love the serendipity row quilt, It is one that I plan to make as I loved the fabric TFS used in the quilt and have purchased it to make mine. Perhaps this summer. The 2011 designer mystery was before I started to follow Kimberly Jolly on Fridays. She has been a God send during these two covid years as she kept all of us going in the sewing room. And a Big Thank You for keeping us focused and entretained during the last two plus years reading your blog posts. I love keeping up with your journey. Have a wonderful June ahead. Happy sewing!


You’ve accomplished so much in spite of your full plate. I also made a row quilt last year. I like row quilts because I get bored with too many blocks with the same pattern. I especially like sampler quilts. I can’t believe your little granddaughter is as old as she is. That means I have been following you for more than 10 years.

Pamela Meyers Arbour

Love them all and your fabric choices. I just need to quilt the border on my Sewcialites Quilt. I didn't make the other two. Congratulations. They are all beautiful. Row quilts can get a little boring while you are making them, but I love how yours turned out.Most of my vintage quilts are much older than that! LOL


Nice work Nicole! I hope you are feeling very accomplished for getting those quilts finished! It’s a great feeling!

Stephani in N. TX

Great finishes Nicole. As always your quilts are lovely. I liked the last one the best with the greens. I once counted my quilts waiting to be quilted and there were 60. I quilt by check so there is no way they will all get quilted, but I have been picking and choosing some to get done. Quilting certainly has been a lifesaver while my husband was not well and after he passed, so I don't begrudge the "undone" quilts. They filled my life with fun and companionship of other quilters while I worked on them. I'm limiting my purchases these days as I have slowed on my quilt making. I could spend the next 2 years just hand stitching binding in place. Still so many beautiful fabrics and beautiful quilts out there.

T Holzer

Gorgeous, Nicole! Do you have both the feelings of accomplishment and freedom with getting these finished?? And you promise to bind them right away lol??? I don't get to sew as much in the summer with the farm and outside work, but I have a goal so sew at least 15 mins everyday no matter what else is on my plate! Have a great rest of your day!!


The sampler settings are all wonderful. Do these quilts have destinations?


Congrats on the finishes! They're all so well done, but the 2011 one is my favorite! I just love those colors together! If you need something done right, ask a busy woman...those words pretty much remind me of you! Cheers to a great summer! 🥂

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