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06 October 2012


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Kerry is going to love this!


Fantastic! I love it!


I do totally love it and all the stitches that went into it, Thankyou Penny x


That is a beautiful gift, Penny! Love your mix of fabric.


Oh so sweet ~ love how this pillow turned out and such a nice gift! Thanks so much for all the info on how to do my own!

Linda Fieldhouse


Thanks so much for your tutorial on clam shells! I have to add this into my rotation of hand piecing projects. Have a great night.



Thanks so much for the tutorial!


Lovely pillow!! Definitely one I'll have to try :) Thanks for sharing!


A pillow is the perfect size for trying out a pattern like this. Thanks for the nice tute!


Thank you for pillow tutorial it is beautiful and simple, but I could not read anywereabout When the freezerpaper were removed . Is papir still innsiden, or

Elizabeth McDonald  (catskill quilter)

WOO HOO! Great tutorial -- thank you so much! Do you happen to know if school glue -- the white glue like Elmer's that dries clear - is water soluable? I am guessing that it must be, because it certainly washes off my hands when I run water on them...

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