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April 05, 2013


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It looks great! I think that is good information to keep in mind when planning quilt backings--thanks for sharing.


Gorgeous!!! I am so looking forward to making mine (thank you again!). I decided it will go to my 'peace sign loving niece' for Christmas this year. Yours turned out so pretty, Stephanie!!


Yay for finished! Looks great. I've had the same experience with using that kind of fabric on the back of a cotton front. Some of the fuzzies quit peeking through after several washings, but a few I can still see. It's a kid quilt though and the kid doesn't care one bit.


I like so many things about this quilt, Stephanie...not the least of which is the soft backing...what a great idea for a cuddly quilt. I'm in a block swap group with Rene'....talented lady!


Beautiful! Love the close up of the pinwheels!


What a beautiful version of this quilt. Everything about it! I NEED to get mine completed. This inspires me.


Stephanie, your finished quilt is beautiful! I love how your friend quilted it with the curvy triangles inside the pinwheels and the big flowers in the negative space. Your daughter did a great job picking out all the fabrics. Hope she enjoys lots of cuddle time with her peace quilt.


Love how your quilt turned out. Did you use any batting? I've always wanted to use the Minkee for a backing but have been afraid to try it. It's so great to see what all those pinwheels were for. Beautiful quilt.


What a fun quilt Mama Pea. That Sweet Pea is a VERY lucky girl!

Maggie Szafranski

It does feel awesome to get a quilt done! I need to have that feeling more, I just keep starting new projects! ACK!


Very cute! I like the way it turned out.


Oh how lovely!!!! That turned out just beautifully!!!!!!

Linda in Calif.

My daughter says Peace Out Boy Scout to me - and the one day I was going to reply Peace Out Girl Scout she beat me too it. (How did she know I was going to say that?) The quilt is lovely and so happy that Sweet Pea will have it to cuddle with.

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