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February 22, 2009


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it's beautiful. i'm curious, how big is it? i love the fabrics...you made great choices from that bag.

Cherri House

Oops - the quilt size is 30" x 36"


Wow! that's a nice set of scraps you have!


what a fun idea. My scraps all find their way into purses & bags lately! Used to be doll clothes.... I go in spurts! One year a friend & I made dozens of scrappy clowns to use up our stash. They were very popular at craft shows!


thanks! bigger than i thought.


yay! this is the first giveaway i have ever won. :) thank you so much.!

so what am i working on? probably the I DO quilt pretty soon.


I'm doing a series of log cabin quilts to try and beat back my leftover strips and strings this year. I've already finished two tops and I'll be starting on a 3rd set of blocks soon. I plan on lots of different variations to keep from being bored!


Love the improv block!


I made an improvisational quilt for my Grand daughter using Hannah Montana fabrics and some other coordinating fabrics.

I, too, never thought that I was anal and had control issues. I felt scared, at times, like I was walking on a tight rope with nothing to cushion my fall! I did have a few anxiety attacks while making the quilt. It was crazy! In the center of the blocks I appliqued photos of my grand daughter dressed as Hannah Montana. I gave it to her at Christmas and she loved it.

Your improv block is beautiful. I'm in Jacquie's "Project Improv" group. I think I've gotten over the initial fear of thinking way outside of the box. Once I realized that it didn't matter what I did in the block as long as it ended up being square, I was okay.


i really love the quilt! i faved it on flickr and have gone back to look at it several times. :) i just love it!

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