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« Mindless sewing | Main | Grandmother's Choice Block 8 »

October 26, 2012

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Emma

Wow, how lucky are you?! The quilt is gorgeous, and I cant wait to see the fabrics and get my hands on some! (PS - next time you're in touch, tell her to come and teach in Australia!)

Karen

beautiful!

Wanda

Wow! I would never have guessed that was the block you used. It's really only identifyable in one block for me. you are a lot more patient than I am in cutting.

shirley bruner

that is freaking awesome! wonderful job. i want that fabric so i can try that. you inspire me.

Deb Levy

It Is Fabulous and congratulations!!!

Sally

Those blocks are beyond stunning!

elle

This is very cool, Vicki. Great job and doesn't look as intimidating as some of the ones you tackle. lol

Becky in VA

Congratulations!!! So glad your quilt will be shown off in Houston!!!

Laceflower

Yowza, that's some spectacular execution of some spectacular fabrics. Now I know where your BB project fabrics came from! Wonderful job Vicki

Gene Black

You did an amazing job and I love the fabrics. I will be looking for some of these!

Terri

Looking at these blocks reminds me of looking into a kaleidoscope. The quilt is stunning.

Debra

. . . . and just think, it's ready for the next local quilt show too! You are rockin' it!

Jean S.

Fabulous Vicki!

D

Truly awesome! Tommyandjimmy

Cheryl K.

Clearly, you are the master of this technique, following Paula and adding to the excitement we all had for her quilts. I don't think I've seen anyone else's work that so beautifully combine the fabric designer's vision with the piecer's.

Sue H

Vicki, this is wonderful! I so want to take a class from Paula, but I might have to settle for "book learnin'"! Wonderful job, it does look like a rich tapestry.

sherry

stunning

Suzi

Oooo, Vicki this is so AWESOME!!! Absolutely incredible! It really does glow! I would never have guessed each block is built from the same pattern. I'm always intrigued to see what you do with the Grandmother's Choice blocks too.

Sue McB

Your careful use of those fabrics is extraordinary and has given a quilt unlike any I have ever seen, and using just one block - I'm amazed and it is absolutlely fantastic. I'm also watching those Grandmother's choice you are doing each week in your own fabrics...so clever!

Kay in Scotland

Fabulous Vicki....would love to see it up close and personal.....sometime maybe!

CItricSugar

I have to learn that technique - this is gorgeous!

Cindy Is Crafty

That is flippin fabulous! Waht an honor, to be asked! So cool!

Karen

Stunning use of colours in each block. It looks great.

Marjorie Busby

This is beautiful. I have used her fabrics, but always for borders and individual pieces within blocks. This technique looks like a lot of fun.

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