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« More of a little sewing | Main | Productive weekend »

April 09, 2016


Tina in NJ

Those twin quilts are adorable. My daughter, almost 14, gets white and 1930s reproduction quilts because she has white furniture. BTW, the Shaken, Not Stirred link isn't working on my iPad mini. Apparently, Safai can't find the server. Could it be a casualty of your website work this week?


Tell Betsy i love those quilts!

Gene Black

Hmm.... The nine patches would make a nice quick quilt. But I do love those wonky blocks.


I just wanted to say the top patriotic pattern quilt of valor quilt is beautiful, would love to see how it turns out. I'm wife to a wonderful man who was medically retired after 24.5 years of service in the USMC, so I love when I see patriotic prints used for quilts and though the blocks themselves required a lot of concentration on your part, i think it was worth the effort as its turning out really nice.


Your QOV is going to be a good looking quilt when done! I do love a good nine patch! Those quilts turned out very cute!


Have you ever used Minkie as a quilt back? I wondered how slippery and difficult it would be to work with.

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