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November 01, 2009

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Jen, I'm impressed with your quilting plans for the holidays! I've been away for awhile but it's nice to be back!--Cheryl (was Periwinkle Vintage, now Cheryl Miller Mosaics). Stop in and say hello!

Haha--i dig the OPRAH reference.
And although I have used lots of different patterns, I find that my favorite one is just a good ol' 5 inch block pattern. No dividers--just a bunch of different blocks :)

Lovely looking fabrics and what a fun idea to give them something earlier in the season to enjoy! No idea what to do with jelly rolls, sorry, do they all have great looking stockings? I could see piecing into panels and making stockings to hand by the chimney with care :)

I can totally hear Oprah in my head now!

Fab quilts--lucky kids!

Two suggestions for jelly roll patterns...Jelly & Jam by Fig Tree & Company...and the book Scrap Basket Surprises by Kim Brackett...all the quilts are jelly roll friendly! I'm making Christmas quilts for my kids too!

Unbelieveably good stash of Christmas fabrics. Can't recommend much in the way of patterns. I quite like strip quilts with them, but I'm a bit of a faker.

I have a Ankas Treasures on a roll pattern that I'm going to use after Christmas...

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