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05/07/2010

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Very pretty. I will definitely put this one on my list to try.

What a cute pot-holder. I think I'll make one for my mom for Sunday. I love the fabrics you used...so fun and cheery. Happy Mother's Day!

Oh, my, this is way too pretty for me! I'm not very nice to my potholders. Usually I burn them up - complete with flames!

Such a cute project! I have some scraps of Kaffe Fassett that would make awesome potholders. I need to replace several of mine because they are getting a little funky. Thanks for the pattern!

Beautiful potholder and thank you for showing how to use #20 foot for applique.

Hi Erin,

A friend on our Facebook Fan Page listed your blog as her favorite quilting blog so we had to come back for another visit. You have great projects and a lovely blog, keep up the good work- we hope to see more from you in the future!

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Okay, I hate to post another comment, but what caught my attention with this one was the free motion stitching you did for the leaves. I have a question about that...I've been trying to make my daughter a calendar quilt. It's supposed to be a wall hanaging, but she wanted it made into a lap sized quilt. So I had to get the pattern blown up about 200% and now those small blocks for the wall hanging quilt are now 8.5"X11" blocks. This is my first attempt at paper piecing, and it was painful enough. But now I'm having problems trying to do the "embellishments". The snowman arms, the turkey legs, the veins in the leaves, the handle for the umbrella - I guess you get the picture. My problem is I'm new to all of this, and I am totally lost. I went to the local fabric and quilt shops and my daughter doesn't like anything they offered. I purchased some cording for the leave stems and some felt for the snowman nose, etc., but she's not liking any of it. The original design called for embroidery stitching, but I can't do that now that the block is so large. Any suggestions you can give me? How did you do the stems of the leave in this post from 5/7/2010? dmj53(at)hotmail(dot)com

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