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    Quote Originally Posted by SulaBug View Post
    Hi everyone.............I hope this finds you well & working on your sewing projects. There a few more people that we need to hear from & see their October block pictures. Before we know it the November block will be ready to post. My how this year has just flown by. Fun, fun, fun!!
    I am hoping to work on mine tomorrow! The fabric has made it all the way to my cutting table, so that is progress! I will post a pic later this week, hopefully!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeanine View Post
    I finally finished my Oct Jar. It was difficult as I didn't have anything appropriate to go in it. So had to get creative. Decided against Oktoberfest beer and go with pumpkin. Wouldn't want to explain to a child about the beer!
    Great job on the jar Jeanine. Im still stumped. But I feel a tiny bit of inspiration now after seeing your block. Hm mmm
    Have an awesome day!

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    Sulabug...your jar of cherries look good enough to eat!

    I'm finally caught up...here's my Oct. block. I decided to make a label embroidered with "Time" on it...it's what I need most right now with everything I've got going on!
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    Quote Originally Posted by VickiM View Post
    Sulabug...your jar of cherries look good enough to eat!

    I'm finally caught up...here's my Oct. block. I decided to make a label embroidered with "Time" on it...it's what I need most right now with everything I've got going on!
    VickiM..........the Jar of those delicious looking cherries was JOMARIE'S block. She chose the Jar Block for this month & I agree with you they look good enough to eat!! My block was two jars of ladybugs, with a touch of Halloween added to it.

    I just love your Jar block of Time. It is so true that we could all use a lot more of that stuff in our lives!! Good thinking on this one & very nice work too. Thank you for sharing with all of us. Now you can take a break until November!!
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    VickiM, I could use your jar too Great block!
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    Well, my October blocks are finally done:

    Purple/green theme: The background is light green. The flash really washed it out.
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    For my second (Little Bit of Red), I did not do a jar. One, because I did not think this fabric would look good in a jar and second, because I wanted to do this block (previously done for the purple/green July block) to use in the quilt I plan to keep.
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    Hope you enjoy them!
    Boom Albums

    Never regret. If it's good, it's wonderful. If it's bad, it's experience.
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    How cute is that? And, those cherries still look good enough to eat!

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    I am greatly enjoying all the blocks. Each one so different from the next one. Thank you for this pattern.

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    Oct. Block

    Here is my October block. It doesn't show well in the pic, but the orange fabric has pumpkins, squash, acorns and leaves on it. So, I canned pumpkin,squash and Hmmm.... acorns and leaves. Hope no one tries to make a pie with it!
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    Linda
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    What a wonderful fabric for this!

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