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March 03, 2011



Beautiful quilt! I love it! Shame you didn't get it, maybe you could make one?!


Hmmmm, now you've got me thinking Sally! I love the idea of making one for myself! Maybe I can try a cushion first, just to see how difficult the Dresden plate block is. Love your hexagon flower blocks by the way!


I agree, this was going to be my comment - why don't you make one. I made my first quilt last year and am about to start my second this weekend. Basic, nothing like your luna quilt. I hate to say...but its quite addictive - the design element, putting the colours together etc.


I've got the fabrics picked out for a cushion Jo! My completion rate for bigger projects is not great so I'll go with a cushion first. Would love to see pics of your quilt!!!!

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