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Thread: THE FWS PONY CLUB Quilt-Along wk 34 Old Indian Trail & Pansy Photo Page

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    Super Member Honchey's Avatar
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    THE FWS PONY CLUB Quilt-Along wk 34 Old Indian Trail & Pansy Photo Page

    I only have a little bit of eye candy this week...I have picked out the fabric for Pansy I just haven't gotten around to cutting it yet...Anyone else have a block for this week???
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    I have it; now to try get it to publish hereAttachment 358699 Old Indian trails.

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    Well Old Indian trails double posted, then listed the first as an attachment... don;t know what happened or how to fix it at this point...If you can, Honchey you have my permission or whomever can fix it online.

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    Anne--this seems like an unusual color combo for you, but very pretty fabric and as always precisely pieced.
    QNS--they came up just fine in one post. Of course, pansies in the pansy block! Lovely fall rendition to the Indian Trail.

    No blocks this week for me, yet.
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    here are mine for this week. I just couldn't envisage a Pansy block make with Rose fabric so substiuted the Maple Leaf block for this week.
    Hope you like them
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    Anne, I love the colors you chose--that background fabric is beautiful. Great block.

    QNS, you have the most appropriate fabrics; I always love your choices.

    Mirab, I just sigh when I see your blocks; they're so pretty and soft. I love them.
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    Another soft sigh going down under! Glad to see you make the maple leaf block. QE will love it for sure.

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    I'm trying to do the blocks scrappy & close to the book's colors when I can...although I have strayed from the path quite a bit.

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    Oh very pretty blocks already! Good job everyone! I finished my blocks for this week, but I have to get them scanned. Will post them tomorrow.
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    Wow such gorgeous blocks! I only have one to show you and I'm not going to finish the other one as I have too many projects right now!
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