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basting, quilting and binding......then its finished.
I will write the pattern very soon


Cathy H said…
Love the quilt is so bright and cheerful........
Oh NO Jenny - more circles!! Just finishing of the last 4 blocks of the game.

Are you going to do this one as a BOM?

Bibby and Pa said…
WOW - so that is what you have been doing in u.a.e. - fantastic..Bibby
Merran said…
absolutely beautiful
Celia said…
would love to buy the pattern. Simply stunning!
MJinMichigan said…
Love it! I would definitely like to buy that pattern but would like it as a BOM even more.
Susie said…
Ooooh love this!! BOM?/???
Loulou said…
I love it1 Will you be writing the pattern for hand or machine piecing?
Meg K said…
Just wonderful Mum. Who is it dedicated to (hint hint).

lil said…
this is wonderful, but that's normal
waiting patienly for the pattern

by the way, will you stay for a longer period in the emirates?

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