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It turned out beautifully, you added just the right touch.
I ordered your patterns and will start soon, hope I can catch up:)


I just found your blog! What a fun idea to make a state flower quilt. Can I add Rhode Island to the list?

REPLY: Thanks Candice, another lovely little violet has been added to the list as #26. ~Vicki


Congratulations on the 650th post!

Thank you for the quilt blocks! They're adding a bright spot of color to my days as we still await spring here in the northeast.

I just finished Texas....on to Oregona now.

murr brewster

Lovely to see my state flower--as humble as it is. Mahonia ain't no orchid. We shine up a bit more with the state bird and state animal. The state cheese is pretty nice, too, but it wouldn't make the snazziest quilt.


Oh that's a pretty one, too, with the yellows and blues. Glad that you talked yourself into doing it over to include both images. Your header...the lovely magnolia...is beautifully springy!

lea helmerich

just lovely!

my grandmother used to embroider
kitchen towels for me each Christmas.

thank you for leading me back to her.



Adorable!!! I love watching your progression on each state. I so have to do this pattern!! Sighhh add another one to the "TO BE DONE PILE"
Great job!!

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