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    Sulabug your block is very pretty. I like the fabrics. Also, I love seeing your smiling face in your avatar.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teddybear Lady View Post
    Sulabug your block is very pretty. I like the fabrics. Also, I love seeing your smiling face in your avatar.

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    Thank You Debbie. I enjoyed making this Maple leaf block & using some funky colors to border it with. My block makes me smile too!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anael View Post
    Here's mine. I'm not too happy with the fabric I used but I don't have fall colors so this is the best I could do. I found a design in EQ 5 and I thought I try this.
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    I really like this block. We live in the country and everywhere we look now the Sunflowers are out, they grow along our highway. I told dh today I want to go cut some for my porch. And I think your block looks like a tulip... So the mauve fabric is perfect for that block.
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    Here are my blocks for September.

    This fabric does have purple in it although it looks kind of pink in this picture:
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    For my second block, I did not do a maple leaf block. In central Ohio, fall means Ohio State Buckeyes' football. So I used buckeye & buckeye leaf fabric with a red block O for September. Might change my mind and so something else.
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    I am fond of maple leaves though. Here is a lap size quilt top I've made for myself that I call "Falling Leaves". Just needs quilted.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeanieG View Post
    Oh Jeanine - that is wonderful fabric for your block! I love it!
    Ditto!

    All the blocks so far are very nice!
    Helen T.

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    Thank you all for your lovely comments on my block. It made me feel a whole lot better about what I've made!

    Bibliostone, I love your September blocks! The fabrics are beautiful, specially the background fabric in the O block. Your Falling Leaves is gorgeous, the colors are so warm, you should take your time to finish it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bibliostone View Post
    Here are my blocks for September.

    This fabric does have purple in it although it looks kind of pink in this picture:
    Name:  2012 bom b09.JPG
Views: 395
Size:  30.6 KB

    For my second block, I did not do a maple leaf block. In central Ohio, fall means Ohio State Buckeyes' football. So I used buckeye & buckeye leaf fabric with a red block O for September. Might change my mind and so something else.
    Name:  2012 bom a09.JPG
Views: 670
Size:  36.0 KB

    I am fond of maple leaves though. Here is a lap size quilt top I've made for myself that I call "Falling Leaves". Just needs quilted.
    Name:  DSC01567.JPG
Views: 357
Size:  57.7 KB
    bibliostone..............Your blocks for September turned out really nice. Your Maple Leaf is very pretty & the fabric color's are so beautiful. I also love your Ohio block too. It looks like you did some thinking on this one & I am sure it will be loved in your quilt. Last, but not least, I just love your Falling Leave's lap quilt top. I can hardly wait to see it again after you get it quilted & finished. Please share pictures will all of us when you are done with it. Thank you for sharing today.
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    I love that block. Thank you for sharing your versions. I just had to show off again a part of the maple leaf quilt I made my grand niece for a wedding present.
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    bibliostone: that second one made me laugh because yesterday when I asked my hubby what represented autumn to him he, unhesitantly, said Football!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QM View Post
    I love that block. Thank you for sharing your versions. I just had to show off again a part of the maple leaf quilt I made my grand niece for a wedding present.
    I really like this quilt. I need to put this into my idea quilt file!
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