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March 29, 2012


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I love the block you chose! Hope you have a great time with Caroll at the class on Saturday!


What a beautiful cathedral window! I think your bee party sounds like a good one. Is this similar to Round Robins?

I have always wanted to make a cathedral window quilt and some day I will do it! So beautiful.

Love your needle case and I do hope you enjoy your time with Caroll! Sounds like fun.



EEeeee! Can't wait to get my packet and get started! I love your little needle case. It's soooo cute!


Mama- please send me your block pattern. I read Christina's whole progress but I don't understand how she could NOT go into the paper when her stitches look so far in. Can you find out? Have fun Sat.


I've always loved the cathedral windows block but never seem to take the time to try making one. Your project looks fun! Love that wonderful red print. And I love your sewing packet, complete with a cool needle case. It's so elegant looking, like a great place to hide secret treasures. Have fun at your class on Saturday!


I began a Cathedral quilt a couple of years ago and I love making the blocks. This will be a great project.
The bag you are going to make is gorgeous!

Linda in Calif.

I love your block Stephanie. (And the sewing case too) I really like the idea of using batiks in the cathedral window. It will be so pretty. Christina's project looks like a lot of fun. I like that it is a different pattern for doing the English paper piecing.


What a beautiful block! Love the batik fabric you chose; this will make a gorgeous quilt.


I love that Secret Garden block. I'll have to get that book. It was so nice seeing you Saturday. I meant to ask you about that sewing case as I wanted to see it up close. Looks like a great idea. I love English paper piecing and have made a couple candle mats. I don't know why I stopped. You are so right about it being a great take-along project. I'll have to get going on that. Went to the link and liked what she did. Again, so great sewing you yesterday. You made it a fun day for me.


That Sprocket block looks amazing! I've been wanting to do the Rose Tile block as well, but this one looks equally as cool. Now I just need to find some time...

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