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Thread: THE FWS PONY CLUB Quilt-Along wk 26 Kansas & Lightening Photo Page

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    Super Member Anael's Avatar
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    Thanks so much QNSue and carriem! I agree, it would look great on a quilt top but I get bored making the same blocks over and over again!
    The Quilter's Cache is a great source of blocks and I love the site! I almost always find a block I like in the right size
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    Anael...what a beautiful block. I've investigated quilter's cache and found many 8 inch blocks that aren't pp or have y seams and have made a couple for this next week. A great site

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    Thanks GG! I love pp and don't mind y seams
    You can do this one without pp too, just make templates with the pp foundation pattern.
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    Thanks for the substitute block, Anael. It looks great as usual. White center stars draws you in and then the eyes follow the "rays".
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    Aneal - Such a beautiful block! I love the way it radiates out!
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    I am posting the blocks that I finished while we were one our trip. Here is the first set:
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    Jeanie--great blocks! You did a good job with contrasting fabrics.

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    You were very busy on your trip! Such lovey blocks!
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    Very nice Jeanie--the red shows up again.

    Just heard an interesting thing about lightning. We may be only seeing about 10% of the actual strike when it happens. Much like an iceberg; no wonder why it is so dangerous.
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    Good job on the y seams, Jeanie. Beautiful blocks.

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