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June 28, 2010


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I've come over from Canton but have already bought one of your patterns. I'm looking for solids for the pattern so glad there is a draw in my favourite colours.

Mary Ann

I've come on my own but I do love Canton. Bought 17 yds of solids last Saturday and looking at these I need more!

Vickie E

I have been solids like crazy..one of these days I am making my own "city" quilt too! thanks for the inspiration.


I read your interview on CV Quilt Works blog. I love the look of your quilts.


wow! those do look awesome! would have loved to make the class...but the little kidlets would have had a hard time with that one ;)


Will you ever be coming to the Netherlands for lessons (O: I would love to learn more from you!


Hi - visiting from Jackie's blog. Glad you survived your photo shoot - sounds like something I would've done!!!
Love your grids!


You look like you had a fantastic time teaching the class, better yet your students did too!! Wow, they got tons done. Love all the versions! Isn't it wonderful to see your patterns come to life?


I have to google what Moda Grunge looks like.


It never ceases to amaze me what a change of colours does for a quilt. I too am going to find out what Moda Grunge looks like haha

Eunice Robertson

I did something similar a while ago, using cross-stitch on plastic canvas. I used 3 colourways for the three pieces, caled Morning, Noon and Night, evoking sunlight on a street during the day. It was an interesting exercise, and so I can really appreciate your work. thanks for the opportunity to win some of your products.


Great interview on Canton Village's blog! I love your book and will buy it if I don't win it - thank you for the giveaway!


it's so cool to see the quilt made up in all those different color combinations -- and thanks for the tip about "grunge" -- I had looked at it online but haven't seen it "in person" yet.


i always find it amazing how different a quilt looks using the same pattern but different colors.


Wow -- look at all those cool color combos. I think that would be the most fun about teaching -- seeing all the different projects!


the quilts are beautiful!
i wish i could go to one of your class


Beautiful quilts !
love the diversity...inspired !

Vicki   Quilternp

Hi I just clicked in from Jackie's Blog at Canton Village Quilt Works
I was looking at your book today in a shop and love the minimalist style I am hoping to win the book from Jackie

Maureen Hughes-Phillips

I learned about you from Jackie. I love the way you make solids come alive!


Thanks for posting the different versions of your quilt - it is so interesting to see how each quilter interprets your designs. Although I have been a long time follower of your blog I just popped over from Canton Village Quilt works where I enjoyed your interview.

Susan Snooks

Wow! More beautiful modern quilts! I'm inspired to make my own!


I love the saturated color in your quilts!


Its hard to pick a favorite, but I lean towards the red and orange.


I love your quilts. What an inspiration!


I love all of your designs!

Katie B

I'm here after reading Canton Village, and I'm following your blog now. Can't wait to have a look around!

Christy Whetten

This makes me want to try a quilt with solids!! Beautiful.


I really love your patterns and use of color :)


Wow Love the contemporary fabrics and designs! I look forward to trying some of your ideas


Just hopped over from your Canton interview. It was wonderful. And BTW: I'm so glad the quilt was okay in the incident. I LOVE that quilt. Purples are just my favorite and that is a lovely quilt.

Heather F

Beautiful work!

Cathy A

I enjoyed the interview and the pictures of the quilts!


What gorgeous quilts!


i love the orange blocks! beautiful!


Beautiful quilts! I can't wait to start my own city quilt soon.


Love City quilts - great insiration! Thanks Colleen

Patty Meyers

Love youe style

Sue Turner

Read your interview on CVQW - you're an inspiration

Debra G.

I would love to go to a quilt retreat someday!


Love seeing what you do with solids--your quilts are just beautiful!

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