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« The Great Summer Mystery Quilt #7 | Main | Our Sad week »

February 06, 2009

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Lynette Anderson

I havent started mine yet but just love the quilt. I will wait until some grandchildren start arriving and hope for a girl. Two of the boys have got married in the last couple of years so it may happen!

raspberrylady.blogspot.com

Hi Helen,
thanks for sharing your pattern and tips. Look at my quilt: http://raspberrylady.blogspot.com/2009/02/gshm-3.html. I hope you like it.

Carla Finley

Yes, I hope she likes mine. I do hope you are all ok Helen and hope those fires are under control very soon.

Noela

I have popped a card in the post so hope Matilda gets it this week. Thank-you Helen I have enjoyed doing this quilt and find your instructions very clear to follow. I have picked up lots of tips along the way which has been great.

Dylina

How cute! I'm glad Matilda liked her letters. Thanks so much for this tutorial Helen, i've proven to myself i can make a quilt. I think I'd also like to make this quilt again, it is so much fun!! Can't wait to see it finished.

Shelly

Helen I absolutely LOVE the way your summer mystery quilt has come along. I love both the fabrics that you chose and those that Vickie chose as well. The pictures have inspired me to give it a go—although I must say, I think I’ll get a few of my other pending projects out of the way before I try it. I’ll let you know when I get going on it! And I have absolutely fallen in love with the Fairy Kisses quilt that you showed. IT is BEAUTIFUL!!!! ~Shelly~

Vickie

wow looky there is my quilt..thankyou for running this mystery Helen it has been such fun,WOW to Verna what magnificent stichin she has done
cheers Vickie

Carla Finley

I love it when the little ones get excited. The quilts turned out so pretty!

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