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The Tipping Point

Great book but an even better quilt.  The Tipping point Quilting kit by Roxanne of Quilters Alley in Ridgefield, CT. is available in her shop!!!! This is such an imaginative way to use Pretty Please. We will also have it available at our June show!!!  So give it a try and let us see the finished product!!!  Thanks for sending this in Roxanne we so appreciate it!!! It is so incredible!!!!  We love you guys!!
Tipping Point --Pretty Please

12 Responses to “The Tipping Point”

  1. erika says:

    One of the hardest things about a quilt (for me)is getting started; Trying to figure out my design and the fabric selection. This is a great example of how simplicity can be so beautiful.

  2. What a beautiful quilt….so colorful!
    xo Lidy

  3. Karin says:

    Now that is a beautiful quilt. :) Boy, do I love those colors.

  4. What a pretty quilt – and gorgeous fabrics!

  5. Terriaw says:

    I love this quilt! The way the fabrics are laid out in the center, the patchwork border and the quilting – all fabulous!

  6. Bobbie Lynn says:

    That is a really neat quilt and there are time I just do not want to use one or two fabrics from the line but the whole line.
    Yes, I have some rose info for you. First you need to find a sunny location that will get 4 to 6 hours of sun but try for 6. Need to trim off any dead or broken roots or stems. Depending on how large the rose bush is, you will need to make sure that the crown is 1″-2″ above ground level and about 2′ – 3′ wide. We use that as a rule of thumb. Fill the hole with a good soil mix. Over at my nursery center they acarry a brand that I like from E.B. Stone for Roses or any good brand they may recommend. Fill the hole and gently tamp down to eliminate air pockets and water well. Do not let it dry out completely. This is a new rose and the roots need to acclimate in to their new home. E.B. Stone also has great rose food also. But if you can get some garden compost that is the best. I have a compost bin and I used that to feed my roses when they started their new growth early this year and WOW! Also, depending on how cold your winters are you may need to take one more step then me. After you have trimmed your roses for the season (I usually trim mine down in January) you may need to protect them from the frost/snow. I’ve read covering them with burlap or mulch. This you may need to ask the people at the garden center about this. I can not wait to see some photos. What kind did you buy? Have a great weekend.

  7. sheri howard says:

    That is a brilliant way to use Pretty Please!! So darling!

  8. Amazing! The detailed stitching is stunning!

  9. This quilt is spectacular!!

  10. the quilt it is great! I am hoping to see if I can get to your show this time.. well see, unless my life gets crazy.

  11. Hi Jennifer…I know this has nothing to do w/ your post…Have yo ever thought of making wallpaper!!! I would love it!!!
    smiles, Joy~

  12. Stepherz says:

    So pretty!
    And ditto what the Vintage Rabbit said! I want some wallpaper!

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