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04 July 2011


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Love the quilt and the block - what fun!


What a great idea for all those odd blocks!..it looks fabulous.


I don't recall seeing the start of this quilt but it was amazing to journey down your memory late. There is so much to see and absorb. This is wonderful.

Besides that, I saw the Ringo block and thought, that looks just like a box of chocolate. I love, love, love how you create depth with your paper pieced blocks.


Love your quilt Penny, it has such a nice feel about it.
And your Ringo block is fantastic! thanks so much for sharing your lovely projects.


Love, love, love the Ringo Pie block!


Your quilt creations are so sumptuous! Happy July 4th to you!


Oh Penny - I LOVE your quilt and I love your block! I'm so glad you persevered with the piecing!

krista - Poppyprint

I think your quilt is very special, Penny and I love the chocolate box for Ayumi, too. The piecing of the ribbon is amazing!


Lovely quilt top, and your chocolate box is perfect!!
I really want you Ringo Pie girls to write a book so I can learn to make cool blocks like yours too :-)


What a sweet, pretty design. I love that you created such a perfect home for your "orphans." Isn't it always the quilts with stories attached that become our faves?


Stop being so clever. It's making the rest of us look bad. :-)

Rachel at Stitched in Color

Haha, I agree with the above ;). Really, this is such a work of art. You pulled them together so very, very well. And it's nice to know that those of us who don't like working with lots of tiny pieces just may have a change of heart...


You make me laugh. Hard. I love love love this quilt top. It is amazing. As are you. I would love to steal this from you. I love the fabrics. You're words are so sweet. Thank you.


Penny, you always touch my heart and make me feel loved. The effort really paid off with beautiful results. Keep on making the rest of us look like beginners. Your work is awesome.


This quilt is amazing! So beautiful, random, cheerful, and fun to look at. I can't wait to see how you finish it.


you always make the most unique blocks Penny. I love the addition to the star.


Your quilt is fantastic! I really love it! And love the idea behind it. I bet it is a fun one to cuddle up in and walk down memory lane with. :)


love the quilt top, penny! i have been wanting to construct a quilt like you mentioned that you did here....but it kinda scares me! you did soooooooo great! i love your style. it will certainly be a special quilt for you!

Moncler Giacca

I recently came across your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I don't know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


The quilt is stunning. STUNNING. I love it. And I love the orphan block touch. I have a growing orphan block pile that I plan on doing something similar with. I love you Penny. You totally inspire me. Completely. I had to laugh at your "too many pieces comment" HA! Now if only I could handle YOUR pieces. I really need to take up paper piecing.

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