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Teresa Kasner

I want to make one! I'll ask my sister to get me going, she's doing one. You should come to my blog and see the photos I took yesterday of Mt. Hood.. I don't see you visit often enough. ((hugs)), Teresa :-)

Jane S.

That's just lovely, cool and fluffy and crisp looking all at once!

Patricia Showe

That is beautiful! I really love everything about it. It looks so pretty outside, too. Very inspiring. Mimi

Carol

What a beautiful quilt. Colorful, but clean and crisp at the same time. Just beautiful.

Lorrie

So, so pretty.

Silvia

It's so nice!!! Love it! :)

katherine

Wow, so beautifully refreshing! Love the colors.

Annette

Beautiful!!! 😊

vicki haninger

Yes, you must make one! They are super fun.

Teresa, I visit your blog regularly but am unable to comment for some reason. Your blog and pictures are always lovely!

vicki haninger

Thanks Jane, I like a little white in a quilt, it makes it "breathe".

vicki haninger

Thanks Patricia, I'm pleased with it myself! We have had wonderful weather here, just amazing. All I want to do is lie under that tree and cat nap.

vicki haninger

Thank you so much!!

vicki haninger

Thank you Lorrie! I'll bet the gardens there are amazing right now. What a spring we are having, eh?

vicki haninger

Gracias Silvia!

vicki haninger

Thank you Katherine--it's always wonderful to hear from another Homeschooler!

vicki haninger

Thank you Annette!

ammal

Beautiful!

June

Dear Vicki,

Just love the finished quilt. What size did it end up?

Thank you kindly,

June

June

Hello, me again.

You said the hexagons were 4 inches. Is that across the middle of the hexagon?

June

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