1. I like that panto. I think I’ll have to put that one on my “to get” list. Meanwhile, I’m hoping to make some progress on my Happy Blocks this weekend.Hope you’re staying warm.

  2. I can see a child tracing the Bubbles with a tiny finger and creating a game or a story. The quilt is going to be a BIG hit. Congratulations.

  3. That turned out so pretty. I really like the Bubbles pattern. I’ve used it on a couple customer quilts lately. I like Bubbles and Deb’s Swirls as nice gender neutral patterns. They are pretty but not “girly” looking.

  4. Mary, You MUST have a long arm quilting machine? I love your bubles but don’t think I could duplicate on my home machine. What do you think?Kathy (friend of Gail’s knit-sew-run Gail)

  5. oh Mary! that is so cute the bubbles on the Happy quilt! I am SO JEALOUS!!! I foudn out Friday in Nora's note home from the teacher that I have another week.. they won't be on the letter Q until the first week of Feb.. but I still haven't started quilting Nora's Happy Quilt. *sigh* I'm just so scared b/c I've never quilted on my machine before.. I konw there is no way I can acopmplish anything as cute as your bubbles… agian.. I'm jealous. Happy Weekend & Love from Texas!

  6. Mary, I just love the Bubbles panto you used. Love the quilting! I have seen a lot of rounded pantos, but this one caught my eye. I think it will be perfect to add to my panto collection. Thank you so much for sharing!

  7. Hey, Mary, I think I recognized some of the blocks in that quilt with the Bubbles!! I’ll show the ladies from St Mary’s and see if they look familiar too. Great job, if it is….

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