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August 19, 2011


Andrew J

Fantastic! I can't wait to see it! Do you know if it's going to be available as an eBook? As nice as the hard copies are, I've started thinking about going more electronic and some of the quilting books are looking really nice on my iPad!


Eeee! How exciting! :)I can't wait to see more.

Tabitha O.

The cover is very striking...congratulations, very excited stuff!


Wow, what awesome work!! The book looks fabulous!! Congratulations.


Looks incredible, Jessica!! Congratulations!!! That cover shot it stunning.


I'm so excited!! It is on my Amazon wishlist. I hope I get it for Christmas. Well, I hope I get it before!!!

I want to write a book. I just have no idea what it would be about. If it's true that you should write what you know, well...it'd have to have one of those magazine rack covers from the grocery store to keep kids from seeing cleavage on paper to cover all the swears I would use. lol

Jen B.

Looks wonderful! Thank you for the sneak peak at a few of the projects!

Natalie J

That is so exciting! I love everything I'm seeing in the pictures. Congrats. :)


I can't get your email address to come up but I was wondering if you could please tell me how you made the table runner for your son's Birthday party (the one that looks like a road) I love it! Also, how did you make your signs? Great job!!!

Torrie Sakalsky

Congrats on being a REAL AUTHOR!! The book looks great! I can't wait to get my hands on it. All the projects look very interesting!! How exciting for you!

karen thauer

Congratulations. What an accomplishment Jessica. You're one amazing young woman.


Awesome book - But what is the release date?

Lori Porten

This looks amazing! Congratulations! Can't wait to get a copy!

Torrie Sakalsky

Hey! I stopped at Pennington Quilt Works today and see you have a book signing there this weekend! That shop is an hour away from me, but we were on the way to my daughter's college soccer game, so my husband allowed me a BIG 10 minutes in there (10 minutes?! WHAT?! Can you imagine.... ugh!! ) Anyway, I took 15 minutes and we were late for the game. But I did pick up their newsletter and saw you would be there! Wish I were going to be going that way Saturday! Hope you have a great day!! That's such a wonderful shop. 10 minutes... *sigh*... men....


Congratulations!! How exciting!! Looks like a lot of work and love went into this. Thanks for the sneak peek.

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