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November 11, 2010


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Magnolia Bay Quilts

Your quilt turned out so pretty! I've still got work to do on mine, but I love Pat's pattern. The homespun fabrics look so nice. Your guild friends will be very impressed!


The backing couldn't have been a better choice and I love the buttons! What part of the center exactly were you thinking of adding something? Glad you're all together this year.

Shirley in Canada

Thanks for showing the close ups of the quilting! That is where I am stuck and being just a "Stippleler" I'm afraid to test the waters with something different in fear of wrecking a great project!


Having watched you iron around a template for one of the berries and one of the leaves, I have a better sense of how much dedication goes into this. It is BEAUTIFUL!! Is there a museum for quilts? That would be a cool place.

Maybe you could sew the buttons to a closed loop of elastic for a headband for Little Pea.


It turned out spectacular! The quilting is just lovely!


It is so pretty. My mom would go nuts over those buttons.

Oh, btw, that photo of the house on my blog is a home one block from ISU lower campus...wish it were mine! Eh, maybe not, too big to clean!

Little Bits and Pieces

Beautiful quilt and beautiful quilting! You did an excellent job on this quilt. I like how she quilted it. It gives me some good ideas, and I do like how she did the veins in the leaves.


Your quilt is awesome. I love the way it is quilted. It is beautiful!

Gina Smith

I love how the quilt turned out and your quilter did a fantastic job with it

Love and hugs Gina xxx

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