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Thread: The fws pony club update photo - discussion - completed page

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    Super Member JeanieG's Avatar
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    QNS - They also make a marker called Expo Vis-a-Vis that is a wet erase marker. It marks great on the plastic tubs and stays on until you wipe with a wet rag. I have been marking all my tubs with this marker, that way when I want to reuse them I just wash the writing off.
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    Thanks, JeanieG, I will need to look for that product.

    Lost is found again; Triangular squares and Farmer's scraps are in separate tubs and marked. I have tubs left over and room to 'spare' for more FART trips! LOL. My part of the quilt room is in shape now and I am no longer bent out of shape!! Now to whip dh side into shape after tomorrow.

    Good news; Dh took his mower in for repair without my help,and it only cost half as much as they quoted him. They mowed the hay field behind us and we have a view again and wind blowing through better!! And GardenGal, I have found a number of blocks, it filled up the box and its ready to ship when I can. Probably when I ship the MB for July.

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    OK for those that asked, here is the finished 2nd Pony Club Quilt (no ponies on this one), with the border that I just am not fond of. It is really cute material, but does not go with this quilt, I think it is just too dark. I have added a close up of the top with border.

    Whoops, the photo ended up sideways, oh well, you get the idea!



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    My two cents worth says the border is 'too busy' and distracts from your wonderful blocks. Love the way you have put your blocks together, and moving on with a border...I have the border cut, but have not moved on with it like I do need too. So many things to sew, and not enough hours in the day...or I am being lazy may be.

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    Jeanie, I think you're right about the border being too dark. I would do a very small red border after the white and a broader blue one instead of your nice dark fabric.

    GG, my village has about 30.000 inhabitants. My DS is living in a town twice as big as where I'm living.

    QE, the LQS is too far away to go there by bike. I do have nice saddlebags but not for fabric I will take a picture of my new wheels Not now as it's getting dark here.

    QNS, congrats on finding your lost items again! Did you find things you didn't miss? I always come across things I didn't know I had

    DD, beautiful block! It goes very well with the others!

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    Anael hit the 500th post!! We party in the virtual RV; bring your favorite potluck and come on in!!

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    Jeanie--pretty quilt. I agree with Anael that a medium blue would be a good outer border (something like the 3rd one down in your close up picture). Did you go with blue on your horsey PC quilt? If so you could also use a medium green for something different on this one.

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    According to my screen carrie's post is # 4997 so we still didn't hit the 5000. I'm in the RV with an impossible pie
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    But hey, we can do it if we want
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    So this one should be # 5000........LOL LOL or maybe someone else beat me to it?
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