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February 15, 2011


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Snow is melting here too!!! Wahooooo!
Love your attempt at curved piecing!
Enjoy the day!


Curved piecing looks fantastic! What a fun day for you and Sweat Pea! Looks like she had a blast! We have a very similar place in Marshall. The girls love to go there too.

Maggie Szafranski

LOVE your curved piece! The colours rock! And Sweet Pea looks like she is in the zone! A budding artist!


Your curved piece looks fantastic! I love the colors you chose. This looks so modern which is right up my alley. I can't wait to see the finished piece. Maybe you can do a tutorial because I want to do it too! That Sweet Pea is so cute and it is great that you got to spend that time with her. Looks like she was really enjoying herself. You are making nice memories!


The colors you have as your inspiration are just like the ones I made a table runner out of for a swap I am doing. I just got it basted last night. I am hoping to get it quilted today. I like to do curved piecing but I might cheat :)


See your Chinet coffee cup? I just got that material at that Nancy's sale. I saw it and liked it right off and got others to go with it. As soon as I started reading this blog, I remembered that I wanted to send you those snowdrifts pics, so look at your emails.


Your curved piecing looks fantastic! I love your inspiration photo too.

I hope you are putting those magazine pages in a notebook or folder so you can find them later. Be sure to write down what you like about them and put it with the page. I started doing this about a year and a half ago. It is interesting to flip back through after you have a good collection - really makes it clear what appeals to you!


Love those curves! I think there is a huge demand for any tutorial about these so if you have a minute (actually more like two or three hours :) ) you should do it!
I once did a block with some curved piecing and was asked by several people how I did it. It is embarrasing to admit that I just went and somehow put them together :)
And I love your daughter's expression. She looks so happy! I bet I were, too, if I could paint a unicorn :)

Linda in Calif.

It's so wonderful to do things that stretch your creative side. I agree that last photo in the magazine really does it for me too - can't wait to see your finished project. As for friends in blogland, I'm happy to count you as one of my friends. (Who knew this would happen when we first started blogging?)


Sweet Pea has a good name because she looks so sweet! I'm glad to hear that she's a normal child and throws a tantrum every now and then though :). I can't wait to see what you do with your curved piecing - I'm really liking it so far - it has a certain gracefulness to it and the colors are great.


Your daughter is just beautiful. Why every time I read your post, I am in tears?


I LOVE your curved piecing - oh I can't wait to find some time to dive into this book! Sweet Pea is TOO adorable, what a fun thing for the two of you to do together. She must really love it to last so long at it!

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