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February 06, 2012

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Sujata Shah

Jessica,
It was so nice meeting you at the retreat.
Your quilt looks great! I am excited to see so many finished blocks. Looks like it is going to be a good size quilt!
Wish I had been there earlier to attend your color theory workshop.
Hope you feel better soon.

Denise in PA

Jessica - it was a great workshop - I really learned alot!

Lenna Green

Sometimes it is good to get out of the comfort zone and experiment, let the quilt evolve.

Munsell Color

It will never cease to amaze us just how important color theory is to almost absolutely every activity you can imagine. Everything looks beautiful and looks to compliment the other colors perfectly!

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