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March 20, 2009


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oh I really love this one - and I LOVED fruit stripe gum when I was little!


Love the bright colors!


I still remember the commercial--Yikes, Stripes! Fruit Stripe Gum! :) Cool quilt!


I love it! It totally reminds me of the gum! I think you chose a perfect name for the quilt.

Ann Ferguson

Being in Australia,I haven't seen Fruit Stripe Gum, but this is my favourite quilt from the mountain so far. Really love this one!

Jane Weston

Really cheery...I love the white between each strip...give the quilt a restful appeal.


I LOVE IT!! Beautiful work and so creative!

Keep em comin'!



All your quilts so far have been wonderful, but this one is right up my alley. Too cute!


I think that is the perfect name for that quilt. I remember fruit striped gum - do they still make it?

Paula in NH

Love it! The name is the right name for it.


oh this string quilt is so so so CUTE! I love the striped gum inspriation! I had nearly forgotten all about that fruit gum, but you reminded me of it! ;)

Will you be adding any boarders to it?

Love from Texas! ~bonnie


Tutti Fruiti!

Love your quilt.

Jenny L

This one is so cool! I really like it! Great job. All your mountain quilts have been fantastic so far!


I've really been looking forward to this one... it's absolutely wonderful!


I absolutely love this quilt! I am going to make me one now. Thanks for a grand idea to use up some scraps! :)


Maybe your quilt will inspire Wrigley's to bring back the fruit striped gum. I totally forgot about that gum until now. Too funny!

The Bead Dreamer

I had forgotten all about that gum until I saw this. It brings back childhood memories. I love where you are going with the quilt and the color choices.


absolutely gorgeous!
what a great idea!


What a cheery quilt, Cherri. I am not familiar with that gum so "Tutti Frutti" comes to mind as a title. Happy Easter to you.


oh, i love it! i'm going to try to make 10 quilts from my scraps based on your idea. i hope you don't mind!!! i really need to do some scrap stash busting.

Cheryl Arkison

That is wonderful!

Jennifer DeDonato

that is so awesome!

Kelly in Chicago

I love this quilt and have pinned it to my "Quilty Goodness" board on Pinterest (with proper credit, of course!). Feel free to follow me if you'd like: http://pinterest.com/lipglass/quilty-goodness/

Karen Thompson

Can you share the name of the non-fusible, non-woven interfacing? I've been looking for a product like that.
Love the quilt!

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