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onlinelesley

Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh! I am sooo excited this is the project you will be teaching at Hetties Patch!!!! I'm going to be there and this project is SO beautiful! I'm so looking forward to meeting you and seeing more of your lucious designs in person x

Kellie

Lesley I am so thrilled & relieved that you are happy with the project! No long now! The time will fly!!!

Kellie

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Stacey

Hi Kellie,

I just bought the latest Homespun at my local quilt shop here in Ladner, B.C. Canada. I was so blown away by your quilt that I found this blog and have now ordered a couple more patterns (and downloaded some others off your blog).

Hope we can see you here teaching in Canada sometime.

Sandy in Buenos Aires

Hi Kellie!!!
I recently found your blog and went right to my sidebar list of favorites. I love it and LOVE all your work, it's just STUNNING!!! Congratulations on Willow, it's just a breath of fresh air, I love it, it has my favorite colors, well...what work of yours doesn't??? LOL
Thank you for sharing so much with all of us!!!
Hugs,
Sandy

Jenny McH

Wonderful designs, so love the different tree shapes. My suggestions are 'Joyful stitching' or why not use a design element such as a leaf, bird or flower next to your signature if you don't feel comfortable with a quip.

Jessica

Willow is beautiful. I have put my name down to see you at Patchwork Angel in March. I can't wait to see your work up close.
I don't suppose you have any boys stuff in the works!?! I have 2 boys!!

Kym

How about under the title of Don't Look Now, you write "but thanks for peeking! xKellie"

distantshores

waouuuuu !! these trees and cushions are so beautiful !!! I love them !!! I'm discovering your blog and I like it a lot !!!

WendyLou

My "Love Grows Free" Prize arrived in the mail today!! What a great start to a dreary, rainy weekend!! Thank you, thank you, thank you!! I'll be sure to post pics on Flickr when I have it all done ...

Kerry

You're patterns are beautiful! I'm in awe! If you are ever in the states...maybe Maine...I"ll be sure to show up for a class! Regards, Kerry

Wendy

Every once in awhile I run across quilting that makes me really think I need to learn how to do it. Everything you make is definitely in that category! I especially love the white Christmas tree on green fabric. But I have no experience what-so-ever with quilting. Not that that's ever stopped me, though.

Thanks so much for the inspiration! (PS- I came over from Whip Up.)

upstatelisa

I often slept with my hands under my pillow and after losing one of my first teeth, the tooth fairy paid a visit, depositing my reward under my pillow. My parents tell me that they almost fell over when i remarked that the tooth fairy had 'hairy' arms (coincidence really... so does my dad! LOL). Love all your handmade goodies, always!

Katie

I just found your blog through the post on whip up. Your quilts are beautiful!

Sally

Hi Kellie
signature or no signature Willow is just gorgeous! Hoping it will be released as a pattern some time soon?
Keep up the inspirational way you do everything that you do,
Sally. xxxx

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Patsy Dupre

Love those pillows! And your kids are such a cutie! My twins lost their teeth also. And then the next day, I took them to their dentist near Bloomington to check the condition of their teeth. We found out that they both have cavities (sigh!). Too bad for me, but they're still positive despite of those nasty cavities. And they made a promise that they will lessen their sugar intake and be good kids! And I was truly touched with that.

Cecania Tallmadge

Such a splendid quilted pillow you've done there, and it looks like you've spent quite a lot of time making it perfect as it is right now! By the way, Benjamin looks very happy as he lost his upper tooth and became $5 dollars richer, but it shows that he is growing up so fast.

Kathy Frederickson

Benjamin is such a cutie!!! I love his teeth, and I also love that 'Willow pillow'! BTW, are Benjamin's teeth okay now? I want to see how his teeth looks like now. Such an adorable boy!

Jerri Larimore

Children tend to enjoy when they lose their teeth. For Benj, it's more of a blessing, and he's five dollar richer! But don't be displeased, Jessie. You have a shining glory to be proud of, still. I hope adult's teeth will cost double than that. :)

Bianca Jackson

I miss being a child. The simplicity of things during childhood is a thing of beauty. Tooth Fairies, Santas Claus, and the Easter Bunny brings back so many warm memories that makes me wonder why we ever have to grow old. Anyway, the very concept that we adults are pretty much tickled by the idea of these simple things is pretty much fascinating. Lovely pillow, by the way.

Lou

Your quilts are just beautiful! My daughter is about to loose her first tooth; it's literally hanging by a thread but she wont let me touch it. Its all very exciting really!

Lawrence Gilstrap

She seems so proud of her lost teeth! It's such a funny picture! I'm laughing so hard right now!

Lawrence Gilstrap

She seems so proud of her lost teeth! It's such a funny picture! I'm laughing so hard right now!

Diana Dickert

Oh my, your Tooth Fairy is super resourceful! Ben must be very surprised and happy with the $5 bounty. Kids these days are real smart -- good thing the Tooth Fairy knows where it is hidden. :)

Mitzie Colon

Kids are getting curious about tooth fairies, and they are definitely coming up with their own ways to prove it, just like what they've done with Ben's tooth. Haha! It's natural for kids to be sleuthing as well. Anyhow, you’ve done a great job with this pillow. Its intricate design shows you've worked hard for this. And I commend you for that.

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