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28 July 2011


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It looks fabulous, Penny! Some projects are definitely worth the wait. :) (Actually, I usually think most projects are worth the wait, lol). As for me, it's been to hot to sew and quilt (or do much of anything) but I have gotten back into crochet!

Laura Jane

Oh yes it does look fabulous! Love the little apple, and the leaf before the "R" with the orange 60's kettle on. What is that fabric?
p.s. I haven't finished my dresden QAL either. I couldn't decide how to quilt it, so I just left it. Bad me!


Just amazing! I'm just blown away by the originality and the coolness factor. What a masterpiece!


wonderful! so so creative!


You are so talented with your paper piecing! I love this dresden! Wonderful!

krista - Poppyprint

Oh! I spy Amy's screen print in there! What a spectacular dresden you've created. And those tiny foundation pieced letters, WOW! This is so much fun to look at Penny!

nicke cutler

what a treasure that quilt is going to be to you. made with love by very special friends. can i buy my way into this group? ;)

nicke cutler

what a treasure that quilt is going to be to you. made with love by very special friends. can i buy my way into this bee? ;)

Jennifer at Ellison Lane Quilts

Penny, it looks wonderful. So colorful and fun. I need to pick up my starflower quilt but other things keep getting ahead in the line!


It is such a special dresden, it reallymakes me smile- especially the pieced apple with a background of seeds! You already know but I'll tell you again, I totally love this. I am picking up this months ringo pie block for Lynne- it is mid construction


It's so amazing Penny - what a great idea...can't wait to see these quilts come to life!

Chrissie Grace

All I can say is WOW!!!


Wow! Who cares how long one of your project languishes? You have such amazing attention to detail. It's worth the wait!


Incredible! Hopefully one day I will have a tiny smidge of the talent you have. Can't wait to see the finished project!


It turned out beautifully! It is so pretty, and I love all of those fabrics. I finally picked my abc quilt back up a couple of weeks ago, and I am chugging along making blocks for it; I am so excited about it when I see how it is taking shape.


I love all your unusual projects/quilts. I just started working in a real quilt shop, I feel like I'm in a candy store! Could you post a link on my Reap What You Sew Linky Party? http://the4rsramblings@blogspot.com
Thanks in advance! (You remember me? the older gal with the blogging bug,)you have been such an inspiration, and now, LOL I work full time in a quilt store! I can thank you for giving me the nudge...more soon!


Wow is that neat! Love it!


it's just gorgeous Penny!


Seeing all those fabrics together makes me happy.

flyer printing

Done a great job with that ringo pie, the colors were beautiful! The card for the coming halloween that I've made the other day was my favorite, because my kids just love them and they actually want the day to run fast. They got excited for the halloween party! (:


I'm your newest follower. I'm not sure how I linked over to your blog, but I'm so glad I did. I love it! It is so much fun. I have been going through it and am getting very inspired. I have to stop now because I have projects I'm working on for county fair, but I'll come back and visit again soon. Please come visit me at my new blog, Ric Rac and Polka Dots. I'm brand new, but have lots of fun things planned to share with everyone. I hope to see you there.

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