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Sunday, January 29, 2012


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Hope you are healed yup and moving well now! Points are tricky but that tool is a good one and makes them much easier to do well. I love your blocks!

Angelia Batson

Blocks look beautiful! I am glad to know I am not the only one that can't stand bad points.

Liz in Missouri (with Lucy)

I'm not a quilter myself, but I LOVE pretty fabrics and I think this quilt you are making is going to be GORGEOUS!!!!
Hope you are healed yup and moving well now!


Thanks, Kim! This tool might be just what I am needing! I am also working on a piece in the same color arrangements that you show! There's something so magical about the blues and reds together.
I made some cavalier 'snoods' - you can see them modeled on my sister's dogs - her blog is Jayneonweedstreet (I think it's wordpress) Her girls will make you smile!


I have enough trouble with knitting and spinning! Your squares are beautiful, the fabrics fun. Can't wait to see the end product.

Kristi aka FiberFool

I'm loving your fabric choices and can't wait to see the final top. Points are one of the reasons I haven't clicked with quilting too much, that looks like a wonderfully handy tool!


I just bought an Angler 2 yesterday! And re: Aunt Marti's comment, I had an interesting conversation with a national quilt judge about the modern quilt movement. As a judge they are finding it hard to judge those quilts, what do they judge? It isn't that they (or I for sure) don't like them and they can see that the fabric matching can be fun, but it is hard to determine what is being done as art and what is an excuse for lazy quilting. That's how I feel when reading blogs and I think I can guess which is which. I love the look of some of them, though.

Your squares are GORGEOUS! Don't you love to have them all stacked up like that? I love that. I've got to finish some things, no more fabric buying for me....

For at least a day or two.


Points are tricky but that tool is a good one and makes them much easier to do well. I love your blocks!

Aunt Marti

Kim, I SO hear you about points -- the hardest thing for me about the "modern quilt movement" is the idea that "points don't matter." I don't mind a few lopped-off points in other people's quilts, but they drive me nuts in my own! Can't wait to see your completed top!

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