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Thread: The FWS PONY CLUB Quilt-Along Wk 8 Clover Blossom & Colt's Corral Photo Page

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    OK...you are using those Kansas Troubles fabric to perfection. So nice when you have an entire group to coordinate. I might try that with my next class quilt.

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    Ggal--glad you are not twirling around in the awful Midwest weather! I have also used fabrics from Jo Morton, Thimbleberries, Henry Glass as they fit into the colors. Takes the matchy matchy out of using 1 fabric line.
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    Beautiful blocks, OK. I love how your fabrics are soft yet show so much contrast. Very very pretty.
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    Cookie LM, I love the color combo's in both your blocks, they look great!! Your quilt will be beautiful!! This is my first real quilt too. I've struggled but learned a lot, not just by doing the blocks but with the help of the great people on this trail ride!

    oksewglad, nice job on both your blocks and really lovely clover fabric!!! Wish I had some.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wendiq View Post
    Bev/Dublb.......Thank you for the block measurements. I just made one that will be a substitute for one I don't want to make...otherwise known as one with a "Y seam"....LOL! I did find a tutorial on the Anita Grossman site.....she did a quilt in that was featured in Quiltmakers http://makeitsimpler.blogspot.com/se...k%3A Arrowhead. I don't know if this will get you there, but I had just searched for Anita Grossman Soloman and then on the right side of her blog, I clicked on the Arrowhead block.....she shows how to make it with NO waste at all.....and it is easy to do.....
    Windi, I'm sorry, somehow I didn't see your post before. I'm so glad that we live in a time that we can find all of these different ways & methods to make our blocks. I think that we each have to find the best method for each of us.I'm looking forward to seeing your block.
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    OKSEWGLAD Your fabrics are perfect. And I love the way you and so many other's use the "rancher lingo" in your posts.....as you can tell, I'm just a city gal......on the outside, but not the inside....LOL!

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    Thanks wendi and Termi--one of the appealing qualities of KT fabrics is that you can select pieces (like the clover fabric) sold years ago and pair it with a piece bought last month (the dark green). I need to check a LQS, I think they have some of the clover fabric in their inventory yet. Next time I head south I will check it out. Are you really interested in it Termi? I could get some for you if they still have it. PM, ok?
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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    Thanks wendi and Termi--one of the appealing qualities of KT fabrics is that you can select pieces (like the clover fabric) sold years ago and pair it with a piece bought last month (the dark green). I need to check a LQS, I think they have some of the clover fabric in their inventory yet. Next time I head south I will check it out. Are you really interested in it Termi? I could get some for you if they still have it. PM, ok?
    oksewglad, I would love to have that fabric if it's not too much trouble. PM absolutely ok.

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    Better late than never!
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