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Wednesday, July 24, 2019

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Laura

Both quilts are simply wonderful! I do like the purple with the blue and how wonderful you already had the backing fabric that had the purple dinosaurs.
I have given away all the quilts I’ve made in the last 15 years. I think it puzzles my husband too but I enjoyed buying and “petting” the fabric and then immensely enjoyed the process of turning the pieces of fabric into a quilt. It’s not been hard to let them go when I gift them to the recipients because I usually am making them as a tangible way to show I love/care/appreciate them.

Margot

Straight Furrows (which is what I know that design as) is my favourite setting for Log Cabin. Yours looks lovely - lucky Gus! I love the pieced backings on both quilts and the story of making quilts for little people who may not know you (but will love the quilt anyway).

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