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I love this BOM and I can't wait to get some time to stitch it! Thanks!

Erin, it looks awesome, you know what I'll be doing this weekend!! Hugs from Anita.

Hi Erin!! Your BOM is so beautiful - Thank you so much for sharing it with us. I've been trying to work up the courage to try applique and when I saw your design I just knew that I HAD TO DO THIS :) I hope I can do it justice.

The Block is beautiful.

Hi Erin,
Wonderful colours, spring is in the air!I have just printed all three blocks, so now there will be one more project on the go, why not? Thanks! And immidiately looking forward to the next block, of course!


I think this is my favorite so far...of course, your fabric choices enhance it so well!

Hi Erin♥
the block is beautiful.
This BOM, each block is more charming ... thank you for your kindness.

On block 2 I got started right away and then you posted a tutorial on how to do points. Will you be posting any tutorials on this block that we should wait for? It's beautiful, BTW.

It's just beautiful! You are soooo good. Thank you.

I agree with Loralynn, I think this is my favorite so far as well. Very nice and airy look this month. Anyway you can put up a pdf of the center piece as a whole? would make it easier than coping four time and taping? Thanks for a great series of BOM's, I'm having a ball with them.

Hi, Erin. I just discovered your blog. Your designs are beautiful. Your tutorials are excellent. I have never tried the starch method with plastic templates so I am going to try it out. It looks like a real time saver. Thanks for your generosity.


Another beauty!!

Hi Erin
Your blocks are way too cool, have some projects to finish before starting this one, but I will for sure.
As I have to get the background fabric, can you please tell me how much I need.
Thanks for your kindness
Lil from tiny Luxemburg in Europe

Spring is in the air!!Once again,gorgeous block and your tutorials are excellent.Thanks

GMTA just posted my block 3 on flickr, check out what I used for the tulips before I saw your alternate block with the brown background!!

OK ready for block 4....LOL

Hey mom, I think you should post a Rio picture of the day for me. And I to love the block.

I will try

This article, like so many we've seen recently in the trade press, is in my view another example of piling-on by journalists looking for material to feed their news machines. Journalists find isolated instances or events from which they extrapolate to conclusions not necessarily accurate.

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