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February 09, 2009


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I have yet to find one thing that you have ever made and posted about on your blog that stinks. Your blocks that you make for the bee always are beautiful, well constructed and inspire me to do better.


I really like the red cross one. I've seen a bunch of these, but I think so far this one is my favorite.


ooooh, i love the one for sarah! nice job.


Well, if this is you stinking at something, I wish I could be so smelly too. ;) I'm in my first virtual swap, and this weekend I made my first ever wonky log cabin. I agree, harder than it looks. What appears to be not thought out and fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants is really not! But I can see how they could get addicting, now that I have tried.


And yet... your blocks turned out so beautiful and charming! Well done, Juliette, well done!


well, stink away, i say!
seriously...you are amazing. and you so do not smell bad.
my block rocks...i can't wait to see it in person!


I think these look great! It is always hard to make something that isn't quite our own style. In my opinion, your blocks are a success!


I love the pink one with the mermaids!


I love the orange in Sarah's block! Yes life really does point out new things to learn, doesn't it? The blocks turned out beautifully!


Um. They are all fabulous! And now that I see what everyone is sewing, I'm having palpitations about handing all your lovely work over to my brother in law. I WANT TO KEEP THEM!

Cheryl Arkison

My fear about the wonky log cabin is that it is getting overdone... but that may be because of the blogs I visit have big fans.


I really love these blocks, the orange and pink colours in sarah's block really sing. Your log cabin is super fabulous too.

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