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April 15, 2010


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All so gorgeous! I love that first picture of all those blocks sewn into rows! And those napkins are gorgeous!


Those are really pretty napkins; I like the border. Also, thanks for the quilting tips, as one of these days (maybe this summer when I've more time), I'm diving into quilting.

Meg Evans

The napkins are great! And I love to watch the piles of stuff build up behind my sewing machine as I stitch. You are giving me the quilting bug! I have one in the works for my brother and his fiancee (it's a wedding gift), but I dont' want to work on it until I have started and finished sewing the dresses I want to wear that weekend, so it will be a while before I get to a fun quilt just for us.


love the fabric for the napkins. thanks for all your sewing help too!


ahhh the quilt block puddle. So satisfying! Once when I was piecing half square triangles, my husband strung them up in the kitchen before I could get to snipping them apart, the ornery git. :D This week I have been un-sewing my daughter's big girl bed quilt top and hunting for new fabric to start again!


Actually, I am working on gardening and seed starting this week, but you keep reminding me that I have some sewing and quilting projects to get to. So thank you!


That border on the napkins is a fabulous idea -- it definitely steps it up a notch and makes it more elegant.


Beautiful napkins!

Lisa Q

I'm going to be checking into a 1/4 inch presser foot...maybe that will make my seams easier to stay consistent. I LOVE your napkins. I really like that you double stitched the edge...so classy and a great touch.


love your napkins, larissa. your choices of fabrics always inspires me to step out of my box and try something new. they will be loved.


Thank you for the tutorials on the quilt blocks. I have been wanting to make a 9-patch quilt but could get the piecing figured out in my pregnancy muddled mind. I can't wait to see the final product. You are inspiring!


cute napkins! I have some material waiting for just this project!


Wham bam thank you, ma'am, my questions are arnsweed!

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