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    1 November 2012 BOM block picture's.

    Hello Everyone,

    Yes, it's November already & time to start making our November blocks for this year's calendar theme. I have just finished my block, so I will post the first picture. Let your imagination's go & see what you can come up with for you November Turkey block. I will be anxious to see how everyone's blocks will turn out. So lets have some FUN!!

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    Nice turkeys SulaBug
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    Just love your turkeys, Sulabug.

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    Great example, Sulabug. Thank you

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    Your turkeys came out very nice. I did not get mine completed yet. I enlarged my turkey and added an extra row of feathers. I will try and work on it so to get it completed during this month. My daughter is going to need another surgery and treatments after. Thank you Sulabug for posting the turkey for me this month.

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    Thank You everyone for the nice compliments on my Turkey block for November. I am still adding embroidery touches to it & will post another picture when I get it totally finished. What a fun block this has been to make.

    TOOMANYUFO'S..............I can hardly wait to see how your turkey block turns out. But please take your time getting it done, as we want you to take care of your daughter first. Give her a big HUG for me!!
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    As much as I like the turkey block, I made another block. We don't celebrate Thanksgiving like you so no turkey's for us! With the November weather in mind I made a block called Wind Blown Star with an applique star in the centre of the block.
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    Nice turkeys! and I like the Windblown Star block too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anael View Post
    As much as I like the turkey block, I made another block. We don't celebrate Thanksgiving like you so no turkey's for us! With the November weather in mind I made a block called Wind Blown Star with an applique star in the center of the block.
    Anael..........What a Beautiful Wind Blown Star block you have made for the November BOM of 2012!! The color's & fabrics you have used, look awesome together. I Love it!! I have the very same green & pink Batik fabric you used in your block in my stash too & I really like it a lot. What an inspiration you are. Thank you for sharing with all of us today.
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    OK, I blew it! I posted on the other thread. Here's my turkey block.
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