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  • I did one of those a few years ago! Love mine – love yours
    The magic is supposed to happen when you wash it!:)
    Cathy Byrd

  • I am going to be basting today as well. Looks like we will both have sore backs tomorrow 🙂

    • You are not kidding!–That is always the first thing to bother me. =)

  • Awwww. And does little girl have toe nail polish? 🙂 The quilt is lovely, by the way.

  • Cute toes there….your quilt is going to be fabulous!

  • Can’t wait to see how you quilt it….I am boring and just stitch in the ditch up and down the seams

  • I have three quilt tops ready for basting. I hope to join in the basting fun today too!

  • Ahhhh….my LEAST favorite part of quilting. I wish there was some magic machine. BUT, at least it would be more fun with a little helper in your lap! 🙂

  • oh the colors are just heavenly on this piece….and the sweet little feet!

  • This quilt is looking prettier each time I see it!

    I have the pattern, just need the time and the perfect fabrics! My grand-daughter will love it (surprise) in her new bedroom.

  • I love this quilt, my 7 year old daughter would love it! What fabric is it? Very fresh yet soft!

    • The fabric line is Secret Garden by Sandi Henderson for Michael Miller fabrics.

  • Basting day means the end is in sight … can’t wait to see your completed creation. I am a regular follower of your blog & just love it … thanks

  • A very Lovely quilt! I don’t use much white because you can see through it but yours is breathtaking!

    • Thanks! I cut out the back behind each applique piece so I didn’t have any problems using that much white–it’s no different then regular piecing–I only have a 1/4″ of overlap. It worked perfectly!

  • I can’t wait to see this one all done and washed…your first commenter was right…that’s when the magic will happen!

  • Thank you so much for that, I’m off to buy some – the colours would suit my daughter perfectly! Love your quilt every time I see it!

  • The french roses are adorable. And little painted toes too. Can’t wait to see how you quilt this. I have one basted but can’t decide how to quilt it.

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