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    • Thanks so much for the kind comment. I miss Oz terribly and my husband and I talk about moving back, but we are not quite ready yet. For now we just look forward to our visits and playing tourist.

  1. Love these! What’s the average size of your quilts? The sizes you make are perfect for the designs you choose.

    Stephanie in Pennsylvania

    • Stephanie my sizes do vary but usually the are about 48″ x 60″ or smaller. I do mainly kids size quilts because most of them end up going to children’s charities. I am in the process of trying to get the quilt dimensions up on the site. In the end I go with what feels right with the pattern and am not too wedded to precise numbers (some of my blocks are strange sizes which does not help!). Hope that helps some.

  2. I love you quilts. The colors are inspiring and I need to back into my studio and start creating. Plan to come back often; your blog makes me smile.

  3. I’m looking for two “low volume” quilts made for my twin daughters’ toddler beds. Is that something I could commission you to do? Love your quilts…..just beautiful!

    • Hi. The batting I use is Warm and Natural – both the white and natural colour. I have been using it for years and using the same brand for years and really like the weight. My fave stores are my local quilt shop Modern Domestic and Fabric a Depot. There is nothing like seeing the fabric in person. I order on line from Fabric.com (love their sales and free shipping) and Hawthorn Threads (their scrap packs are fabulous and their range of modern fabric eye opening). I buy most of my whole fabric line purchases from Pink Castle (their preorder process is fabulous). And finally I buy a lot of fat quarter selections from Fabric Worm who curate great colour bundles which are perfect for building a stash. Hope that helps.

    • Chris. My Chopped Petals quilt is a 7 inch log cabin which I improv pieced. I am happy to talk you thru my process and upload the paper piecing pattern if that would help?

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  5. I see where you give many of your quilts to charity, do you by any chance ever sell them. Your low volume quilts are superb.

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