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on other people's blogs today!  Thanks you guys!

Shannon (who quilted three of the quilts in the book) wrote a blog post on my book this morning and shares some details on how she helped with the project.  Read her post here.

And Jo at Sewing is for girls did up a real nice review of the book (full of photos and information) in a blog post last week.  (Oh, the things you find when you Google yourself..)  You can read it here.

I'm going to enter one of the book quilts in the Bloggers' Quilt Festival later this week, as soon as I can get some decent photos.  So pop back later for that, ok?

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  1. Funny, I was just thinking about you and your book yesterday!! Excited to see it out - let me know if you need a reviewer!!!

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  2. Hi Jessica, living in England i have been the proud owner of your book for a couple of weeks and I just love it...it is so refreshing and inspiring. I have had a long love of hexagons and patchwork (as we brits call EPP) but never been sure how to be more creative with it...your book has opened up a whole new world and now I have found your blog, I can see what i have been missing. keep up the good work.

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    1. I'm glad you like the book~ please let me know if you try any of the patterns, I'd love to see your progress.

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