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Thread: THE FWS PONY CLUB QUILT-ALONG Week 3 Blocks "At the Depot & Arizona" PHOTO Page

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    Leba I love the pink and brown and the fussy cut carousel (sp?) horse is too cute. Great blocks.
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    All of the blocks are so unique! Here are mine. The sides are a little wavy but I know the sashings will corral them without a problem.
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    OOh the pink/brown is so lovely.
    ggal970-great fussycut flower with the contrasts in the depot block.
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    WOW such beautiful blocks! I love every one of them (including mine )
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    ooooooh GGal ... them there blocks are oh so loverly!
    Great mix and match on the fabrics ... some that we'd normally never think of putting together and look at how well they do work!
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    I love the variety of all the fabric choices. Well done everybody. Sorry I can't make individual comments today but I am really pushed for time. I have been riding herd on my twin four year old grandsons so time is scarce.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JanieW View Post
    I love the variety of all the fabric choices. Well done everybody. Sorry I can't make individual comments today but I am really pushed for time. I have been riding herd on my twin four year old grandsons so time is scarce.

    And you were worried you didn't have fabric for this, JanieW? You're a sly one, as you've shown us some that are perfectly fitting for the blocks!! I really like your At The Dept ... colour choices, fabrics (especially those horses), and contrasts. Arizona is oh so cute with that red print and blue background!

    Have fun with those 2xDGS. Bet you're NOT doing outside activities with them today!! Thanks to The National I have been keeping an eye on The Big Chill, that you are so kindly sending to the Midlands!!!
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    Wow-I love coming to this thread (or corral as QE would say). I can't believe how beautiful everyone's blocks are--and a unique take on each one. Just love them all.

    GardnerGal I learned doing FWS not to square up my blocks until I was ready for sashing. The sashing "tames" all those waves and helps make them all the same size. (not that mine varied in size -HA!!)
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    These blocks just take my breath away!
    I've started my 'Arizona' but it's not finished yet. I wanted to do it first.
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