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April 13, 2010


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wishes, true and kind

Those are gorgeous blocks! Love all your fabric choices!



lots of useful information--and pretty blocks! thank you, Larissa.

wishes, true and kind

Wow -- thank you for the sweet, sweet comments on my blog! Have fun with your solids!


I always learn something from you. You fabrics are beautiful. It's going to be such a pretty quilt -- is it for your daughter?


Yay! A twin-size quilt top is sitting in my project basket with my seam ripper after it didn't come out like I wanted, and this may be the new direction I need. Just lovely. Thank you!

Meg Evans

Again, I just love all those fabrics! I'm going to keep this in mind as a new project (for my spare time!).


Great tutorial. Particularly helpful for a total newbie (that would be me).


your tutorials are the BEST! and I always take something away. as usual, I love your fabric choices!!


Your tutorials are always beautiful and make it seem so easy :)!

Mousy Brown

Thank you - for someone new to quilting that is a big, big help! :D


Great tutorial, Larissa. I usually hand piece but you make it look so easy. I might have the nerve to try it on the machine!

Adirondack Mama

You are a genius Larissa.



I am hoping that armed with your amazing tutorials I will be brave enough to make a quilt this summer. I have thought about it and I want to conquer my quilting fears. Thank you for sharing your great knowledge!!

Thank you for visiting my blog and for your kind words.



It's such a great pattern and makes for such a beautiful quilt! Thanks for sharing your know~how and someday I hope to be able to make a quilt of my own!


i just washed my boys fabric today.
hope to get started using this AMAZING tutorial this week/weekend!
thank you!!!


Awesome tutorial Larissa, as usual. I learned something really new today, and I am looking forward to putting it to use.

Kim D.

Thanks for the tutorial. It makes me want to start yet another project, but I'm trying to be good. will add this to the list of quilts to make.

Lisa Q

I always learn something from your tutorials...for example, I just learned that if I measure against the sewn seam I'll get a straighter cut than measuring against the edge...that may solve some of my wonky block issues. Thanks girl! Can't wait to see it all together.

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