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November 24, 2011


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Lynne V.

Great colours, it made me feel really Christmassy looking at it. Thanks for all the links and tips.


Had not quilted for 35years ans stupidly decided to make a full size quilt for a friend's retirement. It finally got finished- but not to my satisfaction-in the nick of time. Like you Ii found myself all quilted out but seeing your quilt zinging off the page has given me fresh inspiration. Thank you.


I know nothing about quilting and basting the quilt sound like you are going to eat it after ??? I will go on your links a little later and see what i'm missing out on. Love your Xmas quilt & your first one was really good too :)


My sister made me a quilt for our wedding present 15 years ago and in the winter we all snuggle up under it! The children call it the 'poorly quilt' as that's what use if they are ever ill enough to be home from school! Your quilt looks wonderful and I admire your skills very much x

Karen P

I have a quilt top stashed away in my wardrobe for over 5 years now - I have the backing fabric and the inner stuff too (can't remember the technical term for it LOL!!) I must next year get it out and finish it - I will have a look at your links as this is my first quilt and I really don't know what I should do next to finish it!


Lovely quilt, going to look at the links because I have heard the word basting but related to chicken and roasting! x


Wow my mother-in-law is a super I haven't had a play at it yet - your is absolutely gorgeous :)




Fabulous quilt and so much work.

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