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January 25, 2013

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MarthaB

I would love to win the pattern. I like your use of purple.

Michele

So fun to see all the Peace variations. I love yours! I tested too, so don't enter me. Sweet Pea is going to love cuddling with her cozy new quilt.

carolld

I was reading this informative post and what a shock to see my picture. I know that gal! I had no idea this was the quilt we were working on. They call me Betty White for a reason. LOL How great that Sweet Pea can help. I love how your quilt is turning out. Anxious to hear how you like the backing.

Linda

What a cool quilt and design!!!!! I love it in the 30s fabric! Sweet Pea has a great eye for color!!!! Perfect colors for a little girl. :-)

Ktquilts

Don't include me in the drawing, just wanted to say "what a lovely quilt!" I want to make the pinwheel version when I have more time!

Anya

Great pattern and I love your version! thanks for the chance!

Janice Martin

I love the purple pinwheels! The pic of sweet pea laying out the pinwheels is so cute. Thanks for the chance to win.

Maggie Szafranski

Love the use of purple and 30s fabric! Great job! And great reminder of the 60s!

Lynn

I never would have put 30s doggies with purple either, but it looks great. And she picked pink minky for the back? I wonder why not purple. Doesn't matter, she will love it I'm sure.

Looks like a great pattern! I also love the "make it bigger and cut it down" type patterns. I'd have picked the pinwheels one too. I love the mix of traditional block in a modern layout.

Ivy

Wow, thanks for the HST trick! I think it's the answer to my having to cut my squares bigger, which I have to do with my shoo fly quilt! Can't wait to try it! :) Oh, and glad to know you're a quilt slow poke, too! :)

Sherri

I love your quilt! You and Renee' are two people from the on-line quilting world that I'd love to meet in real life...maybe at market one of these times!

Carla

Another wonderful version. You did a great job. Lovely points ; )

Cindy Smith

What a great story!! I love how yours turned out and it's so darn cute that Sweet Pea helped! And I would be over the moon to win this pattern! This quilt with be a huge hit with my niece!!

Shawn

Love the peace sign quilt. I know what you mean about the charm squares not being exactly square and love the idea for the 1/2 square triangles. Thanks for the chance to win so I can make my own quilt.

jenclair

Don't add my name to the drawing, but I love the Pampered Pooch fabric!

Deb

Very cute and what a great way to get Sweet Pea involved in the process and what a great friend you have to help you out with the blocks! I like seeing how everyone interprets the same pattern. It's so nice of Rene' to give away a pattern but please don't include me in the drawing.

Rene

Your peace quilt turned out beautifully!!! I especially love the picture of Sweet Pea seriously arranging the pinwheels. The purple really does work with the charm prints. Who knew?! By the way can I hire you as my publicist ?;-)))). You made me blush!

Johanna

How pretty! My girls can't get enough peace signs. Thanks so much for showing us your beautiful quilt!

Mary on Lake Pulaski

Nice job Stephanie! I love Sweet Pea's choices!

Ting

Love the idea for working on precuts. What a lovely pinwheels and peace quilt! It is so great to see different versions of Rene's pattern.

Carla

Stephanie, this is really cute and you did an awesome job of describing your process. I think you are cultivating a quilter there! Rene' and i are in a bee together and I'm enjoying getting to know her. ...small world!

Michelle

LOVE your Peace quilt and that your daughter helped you make it. So much fun!! Your picture from Gruber's made me smile...looking forward to seeing everyone this summer :-)!!

Judy W

I also have a daughter into Peace Signs. She wanted the Pottery Barn bedspread a few years ago and I've been on the hunt to find a pattern I can do. I love this one more and especially with the pin wheels. Great Job.

Cathy B

Stephanie, no wonder you daughter loves this quilt. Nice job. Hugs

Vicki H

Good job. I have a great niece that is into peace signs. thanks for sharing your story.

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