That leads me into my second thought. There have been a whole lot of "No Reply" bloggers leaving comments lately. I try to respond to as many comments as possible so if you haven't heard anything from me you might be one of the No Reply Bloggers. I think that communication is one of the amazing things that the online community has to offer. That's why I try to respond to every comment. You never know when it's going to spark an interesting discussion or even lead to a friendship.
How do you fix it? Go to your Dashboard on your Blogger.com account page. Select "Edit Profile" and check the box that says "Show my email address" (and remember to save your changes). It's that simple.
No onto the WOW! I want to thank you all for the helpful input on how to quilt Nancy's Quilt. There was an overwhelming show of support for Option #3. Then my good friend, Natalie, of Threaded Mess, made an interesting suggestion. She thought about doing Option #3 and then also echo quilting around each of the stars...
I think she may be onto something, don't you? The only problem - I ran out of thread after my first star so a trip to the fabric store is in my future. Instead I got the binding prepped and ready to go.
All this quilting talk did spark some interesting debate. I had several comments suggesting that my lack of quilting might create a shorter quilt life. I had never thought about it. Does more dense quilting add a longer life span to a quilt? It makes sense. What do you think?