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February 06, 2013


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LOVE IT!!!!!


Very pretty! love your Union Jacks :)

Kathy Gaines ( former Big Ben girl!)

Love it! Sherri, minky is super but a little tricky. As a longarmer I make sure the selvage runs along my bars. When I try it perpendicular to the bars I just get a rumpled mess.

Megan Ziegler

Hi Sherri, You quilt is super cute. I spent 3 weeks in England last year, mostly in Cambridge, and it was just amazing. A fabric company had an England-inspired line out last summer (can't remember the company) and I have it to make as a chevron (for all the chevrons they have along their roads) quilt as a "memory quilt" of the time I spent there. Love the idea for the Union Jack, though, too! Thanks for sharing!


I love how your quilt turned out and the colors you used.


Hi Sherri.
I have used Minke in a quilt, a comfort quilt for a dear friend going through chemo. We put it on the back and since we were quilting it ourselves, we did the "unthinkable". We put the minke between the binding and the front which kept the minke under control. This meant, of course, that the binding had to be stitched down on the front side but it made the minke so easy to work with, I'd do it that way again in a minute.
Lovely block, your Union Jack.

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