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Thanks so much! I have 4 baby quilts to make at the moment and I love the fresh, bright look of Finn's quilt so I'll definitely be making at least one of these. And you recommend the Kona Snow rather than the white? I am about to order some Kona (I have to get everything off the internet!) and would love to know more about the difference between these two. Ta!!


Beautiful quilt! and generous of you. I just finished my very first quilt and this may be my second. Thanks for the recommendations on the fabrics.

Denise Felton

Wonderful pattern! And it's so generous of you to share. I've scheduled a link to this post to go live on my blog later today. I hope it brings you a few extra clicks.



Thank you so much for the pattern! I'm definitely bookmarking it for the future!


Thanks for the pattern. It looks like it will be fun. I've also twittered this post for you at

happy zombie

Darling quilt! Saw it posted on Craft:, and it really caught my eye. So simple, yet soooooooooooooo stunning! I love your quilt, and a great design for charms.

I'm a huge, huge, HUGE fan of Kona Snow. A staple in my studio is a bolt of it.


Great quilt! Did you use vintage feedsack charms to make it?



Such a pretty quilt. Thanks for posting the pattern!


I totally love this pattern. I have started one of my own and just lack the quilting and binding.

You should start a flickr group!!!


it's a gorgeous quilt! i LOVE it!!!

Michelle Troyer

I just finished the top of my own quilt from this tutorial and love it! The instructions were great. I am blogging this tutorial at Thanks so much.


thanks for the inspiration. i think I will make one tonight!!!!

Angi Busick

Making this my first quilt attempt for my first born! Thanks!

Juliette Lanvers

good luck! it will be great!

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