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January 24, 2008


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Very sweet! Can't wait to see the magazine article!

Mary Anne Drury

I just got the magazine in the mail today and spotted your quilt in it ----- VERY, VERY ADORABLE !!! I'm a HUGE fan of prairie points!! .... and the name banner is the cutest thing !!!!!


Holly, I got the magazine 2 days ago and love the quilt. I am using the charm squares that I won from you to make the quilt. I already bought the extra yardage of the other fabric at my local shop today, as they are carrying this line!! I can't wait, it is so sweet.


Thank you for the kind words.
The magazine photography is amazing. You can see Cheryl's cute details in the quilting.


Holly -- it's beautiful. Can't wait to see the magazine!


Hi Holly. I just received my April 2008 issue of McCalls Quilting. I love the Emma's Garden quilt. My husband and I quilt for charity - we try to make & donate as many quilts as we can during the year. Can you let me know what other fabrics/collections were used to make the Emma's Garden quilt. I was able to locate fabrics from the Cherry Baby collection but don't know what other collections were used. I love the hints of green in the quilt. We usually purchase enough fabric to make 2-3 of the same quilt & give them to different charities here in town. We appreciate your help. My email address is: ecmoos@mchsi.com. Thanks Holly.


First time on your blog. I love the pastels

cindy novick

Hi. I saw your entry on the Jolly Blogger. LOVE your designs! I have the cherry baby charms that my 10 yr old daughter is sewing together for a receiving/small lap quilt for her little brother due at the end of April. Cute-huh?! Your blog is beautiful and I am anxious to check out your website as well.
Best, Cindy

Hi, I just saw your entry on the Jolly Blogger too. Love the colours of this collection - I also have a daughter, and guess what, her room is a celery green, with white trim, some soft yellow gingham, and PINK of course!

Nancy Fanning

Found your blog while looking for the fabric for your Emma's Garden quilt. I saw the quilt in McCall's Quilting Magazine and I just have to make it-for me! The colors are just beautiful. I just hope mine turns out as beautiful as yours. Thank you - Nancy


I was at the Quilt show last weekend and bought panels for the grandchild quilt. I was wanting the directions for the quilt but was told it was not longer available for sale. They told me to go to your blog:Holly and I could find it there. I have been unsuccessful so far. Could you help me

thanks Sharon sharblanchard@charter.net

Linda from Wisconsin

Is this pattern available anywhere? I just checked Fat Quarter Shop and didn't find it.
"A Quilt For Emma". I just found out I am expecting my 4th granddaughter in 5 years! WOOOHOO!

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