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Thread: February 2010 Block of the Month - Cross My Heart - PICTURES

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    Super Member mrspete's Avatar
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    Absolutely nothing wrong with that picture, Martha, it is beautiful. Thanks for the patriotic effects.

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    Sunny, your block is gorgeous. So vibrant and pretty.

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    loving the bright happy colors!!!!

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    Oh I love how your block come out...Now I really have to try this one............

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    I've decided to make 12 different scrappy sunflower blocks (January's block) instead of doing each month's block. I will still collect the different blocks and wait with anticipation for everyone's blocks throughout the year. One reason I'm doing this is because I'm making a throw for my couch and I don't want to wait a year for it and the second one is that I love this block.

    I will post pictures later as I make these. I've already made five of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dani
    I've decided to make 12 different scrappy sunflower blocks (January's block) instead of doing each month's block. I will still collect the different blocks and wait with anticipation for everyone's blocks throughout the year. One reason I'm doing this is because I'm making a throw for my couch and I don't want to wait a year for it and the second one is that I love this block.

    I will post pictures later as I make these. I've already made five of them.
    WOW!! :D I am so glad to read that you plan to make 12 of these blocks, for your quilt. Please do share pictures when you can. I would love to see your blocks. Way to go, Girl!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dani
    I've decided to make 12 different scrappy sunflower blocks (January's block) instead of doing each month's block.
    I will post pictures later as I make these. I've already made five of them.
    Please we don't want to wait either:) to see your blocks, please post what you have done.

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    Dani - what a great idea. I love the January block too. Looking forward to seeing your quilt as it comes together.

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    Here's mine. Not one of my better jobs but that's what practice is for. I'll probably do a couple more so that I get comfortable with this pattern.
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    Your fabric is very fun. That will look pretty in a quilt.

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