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Helen F

Marian the quilt is shaping up really well - luv the fabrics!!!

Jenny McH

Your blocks are looking wonderful all grouped together. You're on a roll.

Vickie Collier

our blocks are looking great Marian well done,cheers Vickie

Merilyn Francis

Marian, your CW blocks are just lovely, and you've sewn like a woman possessed to get caught up LOL!!!

Elyte

Great blocks Marian, looks like you are enjoying yourself immensely (with fabulous results, I might add!)
Your little quilt to Bonny is so beautifully put together. You have a great eye for colour. Love your work.

Meredithe

The blocks look great - well done! And you're obviously having a ball making them too!!

Helen

Love the fabrics you are using. The blocks look fantastic. Keep those posts coming. I'm so enthousiast, that I had to mention your progress on my blog: http://helendearjane.blogspot.com/2011/07/dont-you-just-love-civil-war-quilts.html

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