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Thread: THE FWS PONY CLUB Quilt-Aong Wk 28 Miller's Daughter & Mountain Maze Photo Page

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    Super Member Honchey's Avatar
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    THE FWS PONY CLUB Quilt-Aong Wk 28 Miller's Daughter & Mountain Maze Photo Page

    Here it is!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Reminds me of the Texas Star..picked it up from the LQS scrap bin last week...H.
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    Gorgeous Honchey! Great fuzzy cutting too!
    I made the same one a few weeks ago, looks totally different
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    Both of your blocks look great . What a good way to start my Wednesday along with my morning coffee.

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    Beautiful blocks, ladies. Great fussy cutting in both. I love the different interpretations.

    Will post later---I'm going on a FART today YAY!!!!! My quilting friend's mother is also in a nursing home so it's great when we both get a "day off" together. Really don't need anything so I'll prob just look (yeah right LOL).
    I pray for peace today and hope I don't have to tomorrow.

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    Honchey and Anael: I agree you both did a great job with these blocks...especially with the fussy cutting.

    Can't wait to see what others have done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gardnergal970 View Post
    Both of your blocks look great . What a good way to start my Wednesday along with my morning coffee.
    Oh my yes, I agree totally!

    I'm still plodding along on these blocks. We are still visiting our friends, so don't get much done! I think we are heading home next Monday! So cold up here in WA, we will be glad to get back to sunny CA. I did not bring enough warm weather clothes.
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    Pretty blocks Honchey & Anael, really like your choice of fabrics.
    Here are mine for the week.
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    GrannyQ

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    OOOhhhhhhh PRETTY
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    so many babies.. sew little quilts

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    Perfect Sheriff's Star Honchey--and great placement in the block.
    Anael--Horses are so nicely centered in your block
    grannyQ-love the swirly fabric in your MDaughter block and some darker blues showing up to give great contrast to the quilt. Way to go ladies. Check the discussion thread to see what GD and I have been up to.
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    Here are mine for the week. I was having a stinky day when I made Miller's Daughter (just kidding) and I did not do Mountain Maze (no y-seams for this cowpoke). I substitued a block from QuiltersCache called Twisted Spools but it came out too small. I followed your suggestion and put a frame around it.Name:  Miller's Daughter & Substitute.jpg
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    I pray for peace today and hope I don't have to tomorrow.

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