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July 02, 2009

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Colette Landolt

Beautiful quilt ... I'd love it for a picnic rug. It would be treasured all of it's days ... please, please, please let me win!!!

Faith

ARG. Well, it's after midnight, but I still wanted to tell you that I think the quilt looks fabulous! I've only designed one quilt in my lifetime, but, boy, was it fulfilling. I'd love to do it again sometime.

Amy

Phew! I just got back from vacation and found a few minutes to wade through the zillions of posts in my reader - glad I made it before midnight. All I really have to say is that I've enjoyed your blog this past year and I look forward to another one next year!

mauri

after the baby blanket tutorial...i became a fan! and I've concured the corners too!
thanks for your help, and thanks for the fun blog.

Jacquie Huang

Sooo cute. My husband has been bugging me to make a jean quilt from his many pairs of old jeans so I chose this pattern because it's not drab like other jean quilts I've seen/made in the past. Now I'm struggling to find the right insert fabrics so it will be manly enough for him but not boring.

edeenut

I LOVE that quilt. the colors you choose are such a neat contrast to the blue denim. I have to make one of these quilts.

Lauren

Love everything about the denim quilt - especially the pop of the bright fabrics! I'm adding it to my list of quilts to make!

sarah c

Do you by chance remember what size circle or squares you used? I am planning on using the same tutorial to make my SIL a quilt for her new home and I love the scale of yours.

THanks!!!

Kathy

Thanks for inspiring me!!

http://eskimomomma.blogspot.com/2011/12/memory-quilt.html

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