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April 03, 2023



That is a gorgeous quilt! You are off to a great start. I am nearing the end of two quilts made with French General fabrics.
I sewed the binding to the front of one and will hand stitch it down Wednesday at our guild Sit and Sew. The other one is a block of the month. I kept up the first seven months then put it aside to make a quilt for my sons family. I love the pattern but a little tedious with a lot of 1/8 inch measurements. I will finish it though with lots of left over scraps.

Lisa D.

I still love French General fabrics - your blocks are gorgeous. Such a cute story about E and her On a Roll award - congratulations to her!

Stephani in N. TX

Love your devotion to French General. I have made several quilts containing FG blocks in it, and one whole quilt with nothing but. Love her fabric and have one assortment waiting for a new quilt. I grew up in N. NJ where sleepy time meant heavy flannel pj's and a heavy bathrobe, nothing ever cute enough to wear outside anywhere. Did often wear the pj bottoms under my daytime pants to go shovel snow though, very cold work. Happiness to Eva for her dedicated work and yours as well. You are a wonderful part of her support system.


French General fabrics are so beautiful! You're on your way to a great quilt with those first blocks! Eva looks very proud of her Honor Roll certificate...she's definitely 'on a roll'! 👏👏👏

Mary Kastner

What a sweet picture of Eva!


Now I want shark pjs....I wonder if they make them in adult sizes? Congratulations to Eva.

Um, I'll send you a picture of the last 2 quilts I made with my FG fabric. I've been trying to use up all the scraps. I then got jazzed to make a WWII themed quilt by Minick and Simpson so I had to dig through boxes for charm packs of FG fabric. Turns out I've got a dozen! various lines.

Susan Ramey Cleveland

I love the French General fabrics, and I love your quilt. You know, for that challenging block with the mitered corners you could have made all four corners from half-square triangle blocks then there would be no mitering. But you did good.

Again congrats to Eva.


Congrats to Eva and love your blocks!

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