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Our "wacky" pal, Kath loves kits. She bought this one a few months ago at Common Threads in Waxahachie, Texas. The directions were easy to follow and the quilt went together like a dream. Of course the fabrics are ThimbleWar and CivilBerry. If you're confused with the fabric description........so am I.......LOL.......I can't tell them apart unless I read the side labels.
BTW, no, this is not Kath's sewing studio. This was taken on a recent retreat.

Comments

Quilting Cindy said…
What a beautiful quilt! I love Common Threads, although, I haven't been there in several years. :( I'm sure Kath wishes that was her studio.
lani said…
Wow impressive im going to the retreat if that is how good my work will look...love lani
Debbie said…
What a great looking quilt!

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