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March 29, 2010


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A lovely blog I hadn't seen before, as you say a pity it has to stop. The quilt looks gorgeous, very inspiring. It's a filthy day here today so I might have a rootle in my own stash whilst wearing 3 jumpers as it doesn't seem worth putting the heating on for one. Yorkshire, me, as if.


Oh, thank you for this sweet post! I am really touched that you should like my blog so much as to make a post about it closing down. And I am pleased that you have been able to find inspiration from it. As you know by now, I did not have to close it after all, and the legal problem regarding my blogname has been sorted out in my favour. So you are welcome to come back and have a look again, if you please. And please, do have a go at making a ninepatch-quilt. They are my favourites and so much fun to make!

Ana Paula

I read Mias Blog often, and was surprised to find out today that now is for invited readers only.
Do you know if she will open her blog again?
The last post I saw was about the lavender quilt. I am so sad...I will miss her blog a lot!
You have a beautiful blog too.

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