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Never thought of that..thanks Judy
I was prepping for my week 2 block this morning-and House of Blues came on- i decided to stay in sewing room and work on the block while i listened to this week's program- 4 hours later it is done! it was kind of...long for one block-
and my center is a tad off- which i don't get because the outer intersections went together correctly- the center was Way off at first (like over 1/4") so i took apart the center couple inches on each side of the center and tried again- the second time it came out better- still not right on but not as far off as the first time-so-i'm leaving it.
glad that one is over-and i'm 'ahead' of my game for this week
hiding away in my stash where i'm warm, safe and happy
Great blocks everyone!! Nice variety of fabrics makes them more fun to see!
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All these blocks are absolutely fabulous. Can't stop my sewing to comment on each one, but just had to put this in. Nice job everyone. I really look forward to the ones yet to come and the coming weeks.
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Wow ladies you have all come up with some beauties!
Klgreene - love the color on this - it looks amazing with the star done in a monochromatic scheme.
PokerD- I am in love with that jazzy fabric - it looks great with the purple!
Tomilu - the blue/yellow is a favorite color combo of mine, your is lovely!
monalisa- I like the high contrast - it is very striking!
Judy - I agree, the second block has some real zip to it. I love the fabrics you are working with!
Ckcowl - I am lovin' the fussy cut, your block is very pretty!
Great work ladies - I haven't even cut my Alaska yet but I hope to get it cut and started today. If I am really on my game, I may even get it posted before next weekend. haha!!
keep em coming ladies!
When Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, he tried over 2000 experiments before he got it to work. A young reporter asked him how it felt to fail so many times. He said, "I never failed once. I invented the light bulb. It just happened to be a 2000 step process."