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June 10, 2009

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lyanna

Hi I just wanted to let you know I love your blog and read it all the time - hope that doesn't creep you out but I love all your sewing/quilting ideas.

I really like the orange fabric -- i am a big fan of orange in quilts these days. I really want to make a quilt with orange, blue and brown... I just nee to find some awesome orange fabric!

Martha

I love the colors on this top. I'm horrible at sewing circles, but for some reason they seem to be everywhere right now. It almost makes we want to try sewing curves again.... Almost....

~Michelle~

I'm fairly new to your blog, so I just wanted to say hello. I'm intrigued by the denim with the pink & orange - that might be my favorite color combo right now! Looking forward to the giveaway :)

Carolyn

Shoot - I read everything but never comment! I just finished birthday crown #1 for my daughter and working to finish 2 more as "gifts" for her cousins who will attend the party. I love your aprons, your prom pictures, your daughter's Easter dress and the matching outfits you made in the fall...yes, I'm a fan. I once mistook you for Martha Stewart, but reading your blog makes me feel a little bit better about that.

Ashley

hey jess - love giveaways! I've been thinking about doing the same thing (well, giving away a quilt, anyway). I like your idea of giving it to someone who's a regular reader - that was the part I hadn't yet figured out for my giveaway (although, i've already missed my one year, so who knows if it will actually happen!)

anyway, love the fabrics - they are super fun and cheerful and will certainly make someone very happy!

Carolyn

I should also add that I don't quilt, but I am currently reading the Elm Creek Quilt series by Jennifer Chiaverini and I'm fascinated by them...does that count?

amanda

Hey, who designed that orange print (with the bean-shaped thingies) in the foreground of the 2nd photo? I dig.

I *so* want to do a circle quilt. But I'm scared. So I'm excited to have a gander at yours.

DianeY

You have some really nice fabrics picked out! Love the sugar snap! I only found your blog about a month or so ago, but always read your new postings-keep up the good work!

Courtney

I can't wait to see what you make with these fabrics. I love the combo. I am currently obsessed with pinks and oranges even though I haven't made anything with the combination yet.

Gina

confession:i'm a lurker of sorts. i subscribe through google reader and am often inspired by your creativity. i'm always impressed by quilters...not sure i have the patience or the stamina. what an art form!

Carrie

I love quilts with circles on it! I got the Sew it Seams book and it has one in it. I have been dying to try it! I can't wait to see yours. Oh, by the way, I made a felt crown for my girl last week. Check, check it out!! http://dixiemango.wordpress.com/2009/06/02/first-birthday/

Jeni

I love your blog! Your pictures of the crocheted flower pillow have almost convinced me to learn to crochet...almost. I should probably finish the 2 knitting projects I'm currently working on before tackling something else!

Peg

Pretty pretty fabric and I love circle quilts but it's not in my future. I don't do circles or arcs. Now get going!

Renee E

I am an avid reader your blog has been in my reader for quite some time. Sorry if I don't comment often, from a busy mommy.
Those colors are PRETTY!!!!

Renee E

I have that baby tutorial bookmarked an I am just waiting for a baby announcement to sew it!

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