Woo Hoo! Congratulations! You should be so happy and proud of yourself! It looks fantastic! So excited for you!
Yay! Congratulations - a weekend of excellent happenings. So pleased for you!
Awesome! Congratulations :-)
Absolutely positively exciting!!!
No wonder a happy face, congratulations!
I love love love your twisted hexagon quilt. Happiness-inducing. (Wish I had the patience to sew!)
Wonderful happenings....your work is lovely!
Awww and awesome!
Hooray! Congratulations, well deserved.
love the quilt and congrats. so close also to getting done with the english paper piecing queen quilt as well. =0)
Congratulations!!! That is so very very wonderful. I am smiling for you too!!! Excellent.
Oh congratulations! Well earned given all the work that went into that quilt. I guess you could say it was worth the wait.
So much hexy-loving goodness! And congratulations! The winner must have been amazingingly amazing, to beat yours!
Oh my goodness - it is stupendous seeing your quilt there. Big congratulations!
What a thrill for you. Congratulations - your quilt is gorgeous.
Youse was robbed! Robbed I say! ;) Well done! I'm so proud of you! (Too many exclamation marks?)Sam LOVES his hexies - I can't wait to get photos of him in them - thank you so much! They are wonderful!
Wow Michelle, this is all stunning! Love the quilting!The fabrics in your Twisted Hexagon quilt are the same as in my Dear Jane Quilt!
oh em gee! i love those little baby suits - i may just have to totally copy you on that one!The twisted hexies looked amazing hanging in the quilt exhibition - we are so proud of you! xo
Aw that's wonderful Michelle! This post has put a big smile on my face too. x
wow, what a quilt!
What a gorgeous quilt! I love the 30s fabric
Popping over from Festival of Hexagons, this is beautiful! Love the quilting!
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