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« Grandmother's Choice - Block 26 | Main | Design Wall Monday »

March 03, 2013


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I like the very last one and no I have never made one of his.
Glad Chris is ok and back home with you


I have always been partial to the diamond sashing; it adds dimension and a little something more to the design. Have not done one of Dereck's designs but am heading over there now to look at them.


Are you cutting the pattern pieces in your kits or just supplying the fabrics?

Becky in VA

Starscape 1 & 3 are my picks, but I like all of them. Sounds like you are both off to a good start for the new week!


I like the star patterns. So glad he is on the mend!


I'm not familiar with Dereck but that is a gorgeous pattern. So happy to hear the mister is cleared for duty!

Debbie St. Germain

That is scary, glad Christ is doing better now. I have been fighting it off myself, doesn't let go. I take cats claw which also thins the blood, so I guess I am safe, lol.

I really like the first one with the yellow and orange combination, really stunning together.


Virtual Quilter

Very interesting design and love your colour changes ... cannot pick a favourite though!

Ivory Spring

I am seriously in love with that pattern, and your renditions!

Do you know if the size can be reduced down to smaller than 60" square since you had a chance to play with it on EQ? I am wimp quilting on a domestic machine... I normally don't quilt quilts larger than 60".


Yikes! I'm glad he will be OK.

I love when you show the different colorways. It's amazing how much switching colors changes the whole look of a piece. I'm partial to the one with the dark background.

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