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29 August 2010


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Oh golly your hope block is glorious - love them all but that one the best!


what fun Penny! ill fit right into the 2nd QAYG since Im working on quilt #2!!!


I have started my second quilt as you go quilt but this time I used the Roundabout tutorial. I get great circle quilting using this technique.


What gorgeous bee pieces! I loved the QAYG the first time round - so many fun things to be joining right now - yay!


I love the hexie blocks! Sew cute!!


Love your hexies!


Everytime I visit it makes me want to sew.. ( I've made 4 quilts since finding you!)


Eye-candy city! Love the fabrics you used for your hexies.


oh gosh, i just LOVE those hexies! so pretty and i love your fabric combos!


Beautiful block Penny. And so many hexies -- they're all just beautiful!


All these are great, but my fav is the Hope block.


I've been wanting to do the QAYG! Guess I'll have to start on the 8th!


woo hooo another quilt as you go along... oh wait a minute - I haven't finished the first one yet - DOH!! :)


looking forward to the quilt along

Glynis Cozza

The fabrics in the hexies are a kick! Who knew you had so many little quirky things - blenders,and robots, and wieniemobiles - O My! Remember the Oscar Mayer hotdog mobile? Do they still have that? Sharin the joy!


these are awesome penny. unbelievably awesome. you are awesome though. have a great day!


Love the HOPE block that you created! Marvelous!! I run a quilting non-profit called Margaret's HOPE Chest and so I have radar for that word :)

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