I am all caught up with the quilt along!I guess all my frantic sewing the past 2 months have paid off. Now what am I going to do with all my free time?
Can't wait to see the final quilt - I know it will be a while still, but it's been fun seeing all of your blocks - the fabric choices have been great!
Wow - congratulations. They are all so amazing and I love your little story about each one. Can't wait to see them all done!
Oh man! you're caught up!! haha. Now I really need to catch up ;)
lol, lynn~ i need to give you your wine from ingrid. and you can make me a tote :D haha. just kidding. we should hang out in your free time!-ruth
Wow, this is amazing! Did I tell you I finally signed up for a sewing class aftering letting my machine gather dust for the last couple of years? You've definitely inspired me to take a crack at it again, thanks :)
wow...this is really starting to fill in. you must be bursting your buttons proud!
Awesome! You've done such a fabulous job. I'm sure you'll find plenty to do with your extra time.
I came across this blog during some web surfing, and I just had to comment - what a lovely quilt! (And what an adorable corgi!)
I'm really impressed! I really wanted to join this group, but with no experience at the time on reverse applique or paper piecing, etc. I felt like it would be too much. But I still would love to do this sometime. I saw you got some fabrics at the Granary. We must be close - I'm in Mountain View, CA.... Lovely job!
I am loving your Dear Jane! Congrantulations on getting all caught up. I am sure we can find something for you to do with your free time.
wow! you're making great progress! I love seeing these all together like this.
I have always loved this quilt and the idea behind it. You are doing a wonderful job.
Your doing an amazing job. Where did you get the grid from that your blocks go on??
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