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31 January 2011


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I love love love the flowers!


Oh Penny! The tulip quilt is gorgeous, I am so inspired :) Your ladybug is darling too!


Such a pretty quilt top. I love it.


Lovely!!!! Really makes me feel like spring!


Wow! Your tulip quilt is gorgeous!!! Love the sashing, a perfect compliment. That ladybug is really cool too!

Rachel at Stitched in Color

Wow! Can you share with us your approach to making the tulip blocks?


Fun and bright. Just perfect for a week with a forecast of more winter weather.


That looks great! And, I love the ladybug detail. Perfect.


It turned out amazing! I love it!


VERY nice! I love those tulips!

Glynis Cozza

It was Spring in your sewing room and outdoors! And then, Today! Ahhh, Colorado! Travel safe!


These are just beautiful!


Very pretty and springy! What's with the weather anyway? I thought it rained in the Pacific Northwest all the time ~ we haven't had any for a while!


I LOVE THIS!! Was this a pattern, or your own design?


Oh I love that quilt!! I've been looking at the Material Obsessions flower for years now. :) Has it been years? Maybe months.....Love what you did with the setting.


WOW! z WOW!! That sure does put the wonderlust in ones heart. Oh spring in our hearts! You just rock, girl. What a wonderful scrappy creation. What a gift!


That is just so pretty!


This is beyond beautiful. So pretty, joyful and whimsy. Congratulations!

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I want one, too...


You definitely made the right choice as far as the sashing... it sets off the tulips perfectly!

krista - Poppyprint

Gosh, those are the scraptastiac tulips I've ever seen. LOVE the hit of black/white dots sprinkled about in your quilt. It's a beauty.


yay for getting your bee quilt pit together!! i spot my block!


Hi Rachel,
I got the pattern idea from the book "material obsession". There's a quilt in the book that uses a small tulip, and I just modified it to make it a little different and bigger. I asked the bee members to applique it by turning the raw edges under and using a machine to edge-stitch. The blocks are 18".


This is stunning Penny!


It's beautiful Penny -- and certainly screams spring!


Oh my--this is absolutely gorgeous. I'm looking at this, then out my window where we have a full lawn of snow (in Texas!), but wow.


I know I've already told you how wonderful this is...but I had to come back and stare at it a little longer! So pretty, I want one just like it ;)




I absolutely love love this.


Hey I made one of those! It looks so pretty all put together!

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