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March 27, 2009


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I've got to get my hands on some of that Peter Rabbit fabric! My nursery was Peter Rabbit and I have everything packed away for when I need it. Wouldn't hurt to stash away some fabric, too! I'm going to give your block method a good think and maybe even a try! I love your Mountain Quilts! Keep 'em coming!


Beautiful, of course!

Can't believe we're at #6 already. I'll be sad when it's done.

But can't wait to see numbers 7 thru 10!

Happy Weekend to you, too.


Paula in NH

Love the quilt! Have you thought about writing a book or article about your Mountain Quilts? I think it would be a great idea to do that.


I love to see these mountain quilts. It shows the journey you made through fabrics and quilts.

And about the binding... maybe green or blue?

Ann Ferguson

Aww, it's so cute. A red binding like that used in the left hand centre block background would be nice too. I nearly always go for red though.


This is gorgeous. How many blocks did you use? It seems like you spend a few months to finish it.


too many blocks! That was like the time that the Emperor's court dude told Mozart that his new symphony had too many notes. Too many Notes! why don't you lose a few, Mozart.

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