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March 13, 2012

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Jenny Pedigo

I loved reading this post! You do so well and explaining your project and now I'm curious to know what other 3 your starting up ;o)... I LOVE the fabrics you chose and that bird fabric is to die for!! Thanks so much for your kind words, you made my morning, mentioning the little fabric tag. Have fun getting your curve on, can't wait to see your progress!

Maggie Szafranski

Go for it! You know you are never going to get bored!

Jana

I always have a few projects cut and ready to go. It's an illness.

jenclair

You are such a busy bee, and now you have so much more to work with! I love Kona cottons and these colors are delicious. Congrats on winning the giveaway!

Linda in Calif.

I do that too, finish a project and then feel so inspired to start another one, or four or five. So yeah, I think you are nuts. LOL!!! Those Konas really are pretty. They really are inspiring just sitting there. And Kona is so nice to work with. I'll be patiently waiting to see what other projects you are working on.

carolld

New projects! They just keep calling your name! i love that bird fabric and those Kona solids are to die for. I've been admiring that block for some time, but thought about all that piecing...well you know how I am with piecing. So, I'll just enjoy watching you make these blocks. What are your other projects?

terriaw

Love those colors in the solid stacks! I think it's fun to have several projects going, while brewing new ones too. It keeps your creative juices flowing!

Donna

I personally think there is nothing wrong with cutting out new projects :) Now when you are ready to sit and sew you are ready! I do it too! LOL
The fabrics are gorgeous!
Hugs,
Donna

VickiT

Wow. The Urban Nine Patch block is awesome and the ruler too. I have never seen either before now.

All those beautifully colored fabrics are just wonderful. I love Julie's store and wish I had all the money it would take to buy all my favorites from her.

Rene'

Great post Stephanie. My favorite part is the lovely stack of Kona solids!!!! Those are absolutely gorgeous. Have fun playing with those. You know I can relate to having more than one project going on at a time ;-)

Lacie Jane

Wow, what wonderful fabrics! May I ask, where do you find them?

I have recently been loving anything turquoise. Your bird fabric and embroidery plans have me intrigued! I will be watching closely as you work on this project-- I might just have to "borrow" from you and make my own! :-)

Allie

Oh my gosh I LOVE that urban 9 patch! I don't blame you for starting it, I love the colors you've picked and it's going to be just wonderful!!! Don't you love it when a project inspires a whole room??? And yes, you don't need permission to start four new projects, lol, it's what we do....don't want to get bored now, do we? LOL!

Lynn

I'm just catching up on what I missed while we were gone.

I'm looking forward to seeing your Urban nine patch blocks. The fabrics you picked are divine! I just love that bird print too! It's a great inspiration piece. And the pillow will look so nice on the sofa underneath the quilt.

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