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Sandy Robinson

Excellent, Marion! As always, your fabric choices are so pretty, and I always enjoy how you end up quilting your pieces, so looking forward to that as well.


It looks gorgeous! Enjoy the handquilting :0)


So beautiful Marian, looking forward to seeing it all quilted.

Ann Liebner

Oh, it's going to be spectacular when it's finished! I love that quilt and I especially love it in your colors! Surround yourself with your dollys and friends and enjoy the quilting.

Janet O.

Wish I had your knack for combining fabrics to create such a vintage feel. This is gorgeous!!

Charlotte Schindler

Looking forward to seeing your finished quilt. Mine is stalled at the flimsy stage - not sure whether to hand quilt (which I am not really great at) or to machine quilt. Decisions. decisions.



I wish I could have found time to make the blocks from the sew-along. I saved the patterns for "some day". Yours looks oh so good.

Izzy R


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