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March 21, 2011

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Linda

Gorgeous fabric and of course stunning quilts! I've enjoyed all the eye candy in your last three posts!! Wow! I'm thinking I missed out...

I think you have a little art quilter in you. For sure!! :-)

Sue

Love these photos! I just purchased some dyes from The Woolery to try my hand at dyeing some wool.

I love those fabrics dyed. It's so cool what you can do these days:) All her fabrics laid out on the table was definitely some fabric eye candy :D :D

Thank you for posting!

Terri

"So, I have this friend, Stephanie; she's an art quilter in Michigan..."

Brooke

I guess you and Jackie can be the "art quilters" in the Design Team ;)!!

Deb

Nice! I know you're excited to get such encouraging comments. Some day I can say "I knew her when . . ."

Susan Ramey Cleveland

That hand dyed fabric is lovely. And so are the blocks.

Caroll D

Fabrics are lovely. I love those intuitive angle blocks and want to try some of those. I'm going to have to get that book! How wonderful to get those encouraging comments. We can all use encouragement. I think you are doing a great job on the projects you've been showing us.

Allie

Those fabrics are so lovely! She really needs a blog, lol, I love her blocks. I really need to crack my book open! I too think you're doing a fabulous job with your art quilts hon.

Peg

Stephanie, they are good, but you are better than you even know you are! Hang in there, baby, and keep showing off all your great stuff. You are more awesome than you even know you are. Love ya!

sisLH

Seeing all her blocks makes me really want to see the finished quilt. Can you show it when she completes it? I'm waiting to see what you come up with from those soft snow ripple pictures I sent you.
Now, you see in the third picture down, there are violet colors? I'd be interested in you picking up for me number 3(the blue with violet), number 9(the first green), and number 13 (the first violet shade after that green). What size are these? What cost?

Maggie Szafranski

How awesome to have access to all that beautiful hand dyes! You ARE doing great!

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