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October 15, 2009


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Tina Cockburn

I love the quilt - orange and blue is one of my fave combos.

Your daughter is lovely. I'm an adoptive mama, too!


this quilt is amazing! I found your blog through Heather Ross' pool and just had to see more. Thanks for inspiring me as I make plans to quilt for my daughter!


Now some questions... how big are those quilt blocks and how wide is the sashing? I think I'm going to commit to Heather Ross' Far Far Away collection and use your design, which really showcases the fabric. Thanks!

Lauren Hawley

Hi Rachel,
I cut 12 inch blocks and 4 inch sashing. 1/4 inch seam allowance. Thanks for lovely comments! I really appreciate it and can't wait to see your quilt. The Far Far Away collection is great...and there's FFA 2 coming out soon, you know!

kelley brooks

this is beautiful! i came over from stitchedincolor.com and had to leave a comment to say- wow! gorgeous and so meaningful! :)


WOW. gorgeous quilt! gorgeous daughter! Wow!


That is so beautiful - I love the way Mira got to draw pictures and you embrodiered them so nicely so it is a quilt made by the two of you - way cool!

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