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June 25, 2008


Karen Beigh (Log Cabin Quilter)

I have been watching your posts with the lollypops with much interest. Anxious to see the finished project.


Those look great! I can't wait to see how it turns out!


Hi Lorre! It was nice to meet you at the Garden State show - its nice to put a face with the blog! I think you are giving the other lollipop ladies a run for their money! Your blocks look great!


These are beautiful. It is fun seeing everyone's different fabrics as they get their blocks done. Are you in the lead??

Off to Vt. with my partners in fabric this weekend. We will have you with us in spirit!

Thank you for posting all your fun projects.


This Lollypop Lady feels like she is falling by the wayside - Your blocks look wonderful - and see what could have been wasted time has turned in to ? What a memory of your travels! My progress is slow but I hope to get thru to block #6 over the Summer! Looking forward to seeing you next week!


Every time I see these blocks on one of your blogs I want more and more to make this quilt. I just can't get over how marvelous it looks! And it is so out of my normal quilting style - just like Kathie. I'm wondering - are you needleturning those circles, or are you using the heat resistant mylar circles? I love using those circles - makes round shapes almost perfect and so much easier than needleturn. Seems almost faster too - even though one must do the basting - because the applique goes so much faster.

I wondered why we'd not heard from you for awhile. I forgot you were continent hopping :-)


OH my everything look so wonderful! All the Dear Janes, the P9P blocks and especially these lovely Lollipop blocks! Oh so fabulous!


I love this lollypop quilt.
Is this pattern available?
Kind regards from Liz

May Britt

Those lollipops blocks are beautiful. I've to look up that pattern. Nice way to use scraps.

Rhonda/Doxies on My Quilt

Oh... I love the Lollypop quilt! Please, will you tell me where I can find the pattern?
I love your fabric choices... so colorful and vibrant!
Your Dear Jane blocks are wonderful too! :-)

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