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November 07, 2012


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I remember seeing you working on this block. It turned out quite wonderful. You are like the energizer bunny. You seem to accomplish so much.

Maggie Szafranski

Edyta's patterns are always so fantastic! When she was at out guild she showed us how to do a perfect Y seam..of course, I can't regurgitate it right now!


Oooh, looks like fun. I love Edyta's patterns. And I love a good long-term project LOL. Good luck with your siding -- by the time I read your post, it sounds like you have it all under control LOL!


What a beautiful block! I consider you a highly experienced quilter, and the pattern looks as if it requires just that!


Isn't it fun to start a new project. When I first read your post, I didn't connect your blocks with the quilt Buffie made. It is interesting how the same patterns can look so different! I bet you're having fun!


Good for you! Looks elaborate and beautiful. Sometimes it's fun to have larger, longer-term projects to work on, in between the gifts and deadline-driven projects.


These look complicated--and totally amazing!


Good decision regarding the siding. And really, a long arm is much more exciting than different colored siding. ;-)

Love the quilt so far, but I adore anything Edyta does... I have the Friendship book, and I really want to make the house quilt in it. Another to add to the ever-growing to-do list...

Lyn Smith

It looks like it will be a beautiful quilt.Love the colours even though I'm not really a brown person. I looked up Edyta's patterns, she certainly has some lovely designs.


Oh my! It's going to be stunning! I love the spinning movement in the stars.

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