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February 27, 2011

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Linda

Jelly roll quilt is going to be such a pretty, cheerful quilt. Love the colors! Sounds like you got A LOT of sewing done this weekend!! :-) Sweet Pea is going to be a quilter for sure! So cute!! It was so much fun spending time with you Saturday!! It went by WAY too fast.

I like where you put the bird. It'll leave some nice space for quilting.

Caroll D

Sounds like you had a great conference. Love what you are doing with the Autism quilt. What size are those blocks? Your Tree of Life is coming along nicely. Can't wait to see how you quilt it.

Lynn

Those blocks are so happy! It looks like something I would make. Probably why I like it so much.

Kim

Oh, no! Papa Pea is onto us! Ha! Your jelly roll blocks are adorable. It's so sweet that she wanted to help you with your quilt.

Your Tree of Life is really looking good!

Jackie

That jelly roll quilt has the most fab fabrics in it.. I have scrolled up 3 times to look at it... is it all from one designer or company?

Is your Papa Pea a professor as well?

Deb

I love your Friday Night Sew In project blocks. Great job on all your UFO-ing.

sisLH

Looks like good times.
I agree - the bird should be higher.

Rosemary Dempster

Glad you are back. Your blocks make me feel happy, so they will be really appropriate for autistic children. I do love your Tree of Life quilt, but agree the bird should be higher. Sweet Pea is definitely going to be a quilter.

Susan Ramey Cleveland

The bluebirds are the perfect addition to your Tree of Life. The sew-in blocks are lovely too. So happy. Congrats on all your progress.

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