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Cover Girl

Nicole sent me this photo earlier this week and gave me permission to share it.  This is the quilt Nicole is stitching on the cover of my book, and here it is all completed and it looks like it gets a lot of use too!  (I know, hard to focus on the quilt when there's such an adorable little girl sitting on it)

Is there anything better than seeing a picture of a quilt you made being used?  Actually becoming a part of someone else's daily life?  I once got a Christmas card with an entire family sitting on the couch and one of my quilts peaking out from beneath them at the corner.  Best. Card. Ever.

The Blog Tour continues over at Crazymomquilts today.  Hope you are enjoying all this talk about EPP, I know I am.


  1. beautiful picture
    I make quilts for all the baby showers I go to.. I always ask that they send me a photo of the baby on the quilt when they can. I have gotten the sweetest pictures.

  2. just beautiful learning how to EPP is on my list of things to do this year!
    love this quilt

  3. I'm so glad to have heard about your book. It's unlike anything I have. I have been searching for an on the go handwork project and this looks perfect! Can't wait to get my hands on it. Also, I agree about seeing our quilts in use. It's awesome. :)I that's always the best part.

  4. I am currently completely in love with hexies. Must get the book.

  5. It's lovely! My sister's birth announcement had my nephew in a hat I knit. I was thrilled!

  6. Lovely to see it in use!
    I have had a number of buyers for qotg, one has even blogged about it!!


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