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May 05, 2006

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Carole

I hope your new glasses aren't so expensive that you can't afford some fabric, too! I still love that orange and yellow quilt.

jillian

I love seeing those hexagon flowers come to life. So pretty!

Emily

You have completely put me in a trance about the grandmother's flower garden. I can't stop thinking about it! I even bought some paper piecing templates at Paducah! If I ever get caught up on my blog I will show them.

xoxoxoxo

Lisa

I gave up on cutting my own hexagons and am now waiting for the mylar ones to come from Connecting Threads. My stash is calling to me :) I hope it yields flowers as beautiful as yours.

Lisa D.

Your first 2 Project Spectrum quilts turned out fabulous!! I can't wait to see what you do with the green.

margene

Quilting really shows off the color!!

Cordelia

You are so clever with color. Just love it.

kristin La Flamme

Great progress! Everything is so juicy! Keep up your momentum and dive into the green!

Dawn

ooo - I like that pink/red one!

Judy

Wow, they are all looking so pretty! I am loving your flowers so much, that I am almost contemplating another hexagon project sometime in the distant future. Especially with the bold prints! The red/pink, and the yellow/orange projects are going to look really cool when finished! Can't wait to see them!

Kristin

Hi Jan! The quilts are gorgeous! Thanks for linking to mine. I'm still thinking how I want to do the green one too, but I've got my KF fabrics picked out and ready to go. Oh, and the flowers are really amazing, they will make such a lovely quilt.

Kathy

Fabulous. I actually paused and sort of peeked as I walked by the "Quilt" section in B&N yesterday. Not.a.good.sign.

Cindra

Your work is beautiful. I can't believe how much you can get done....Can't wait to see what you do with the green.

monica

Beautiful! I love this project spectrum idea. Well done on your designs.

Chris

I just love looking at your quilts - your eye for color and composition are amazing!

Sharon

Oh! How beautiful they all are!

Lily

Oh wow I love love love the pink/red one. Just love how the blocks have all come together - it's sending my eyes all over it. Love it. Can't wait to see it finished!

Jean

J'aime beaucoup vos harmonies de couleurs !
Bravo !
Quelle richesse !

carolyn

all three are stunning - they're going to be masterpieces when they're done!!!!

Krawuggl

It´s so great, that you explain every step, even the ironing, I absolutely love to read every word of you. Both quilts are so beautiful, and I especially love your flowers, this is one of my favorite patterns. I also watched the video of working with those templates (it was in one of your comments here. So I am really looking forward seeing your garden growing.
Greetings,
Suzi

Melanie

The more grandmother's flowers you make, the more I love them!

samantha

they look simply lovely, and your progress is far ahead of mine. I'm also finding green to be tricky, but I keep saying, if it was easy it wouldn't be a challenge, right? Green and blue together sound wonderful!

phlegmfatale

beautiful. absolutely gorgeous, all of it!

uhoava gnu

Oh wow! You hav done incredible handicrafts here! I'll start to visit you regularly now, you know what you are doing :)

molly!

Glad to see that I'm not the only curious reader! Where've you been? It's the 9th!!!

Passions & Distractions

Yay! I love seeing where everything is standing now!

Amelie

both are absolutely beautiful! I cannot wait to see the following projects, whether it's green and blue together or separately ;-)

kelli ann

incroyable!

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