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When I saw the   cover of your March/April 2009 magazine with the Kimono   Rose quilt on it, I knew I had to make it! It took   me a while to decide what fabrics I wanted, as I wasnt sure I wanted to go   with the formal Geisha and Oriental prints of the original. I finally chose   some light-hearted prints with whimsical flowers and designs. I usually make   quilts with traditional patterns, so this was a creative departure for me,   but Im thrilled with the way it turned out. It was a challenge putting   thousands of stitches in it to build texture in the different selections. I   really feel Ive developed further as a quilter through this project. Thanks   for the wondering patterns and projects in your Love of Quilting magazine!
Karen Borel-Kelley

When I saw the cover of your March/April 2009 magazine with the Kimono Rose quilt on it, I knew I had to make it! It took me a while to decide what fabrics I wanted, as I wasn’t sure I wanted to go with the formal Geisha and Oriental prints of the original. I finally chose some light-hearted prints with whimsical flowers and designs. I usually make quilts with traditional patterns, so this was a creative departure for me, but I’m thrilled with the way it turned out. It was a challenge putting thousands of stitches in it to build texture in the different selections. I really feel I’ve developed further as a quilter through this project. Thanks for the wondering patterns and projects in your Love of Quilting magazine!

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