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

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    Here it is--hot off the machine. I just finished the binding, haven't even removed the chalk lines but wanted to show my finished MB quilt. Isn't it awesome?? Thank you all so much for the beautiful blocks. I added 3 of my own from The Box to get it to the size I wanted--perfect size for snuggling under. It's like a virtual visit & hug from all my PC friends. I hope you like what I did with your blocks. Thank you, my friends.Name:  MB Quilt.jpg
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    ooooooooh JanRN ....... that has turned out fantastic!
    It really is amazing how all the different blocks and colours have come together and look unified. And who couldn't love all that turquoise sashing!
    Great quilting job, my friend!








    *shock* ........ and even a bright yellow block ..... which I am thinking is from THE Box!!
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    Beautiful, JanRN...love how you have it all put together...nice snugly size. I am thinking about what some one said about putting the MB and BB together in a quilt...even though I have the BB together, I can still add the MBs around it and have a quilt for my bed. And thinking about Quilting as I go on the Syliva...still thinking, but all of you have shown wonderful work that way and it encourages me to try...some day.

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    I am here...just still not posting much.

    Jan--your MB quilt looks great! The blue sashing was a great choice.

    I was thinking about getting more creative with my quilting on my blocks, but just did some echoing....maybe the next one I'll try some curves! My MB quilt is ready for borders to be added. I will have time tomorrow, but the rest of the week is busy. I am working 2 days (it's a retreat week so Connie will be gone), plus we have 6-mon checks at the dentist one day and I have to take MIL to 2 appts another day. Oh and I also have dry needling this week one day before work!

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    OHHHHHHHHHHH Jan, beautiful ! ! ! ! ! And you opened the BOX I thought that box should never be opened?? Your box must have some gorgeous blocks!!
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    http://www.quiltfabriccloseouts.com/...x-wind-14-767/

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    Jan - that MB Quilt just turned out wonderful! I always like your quilting - just enough, and not overpowering. You want it comfortable and cuddly, not like a board! Great job!

    Lazy day here, watching women's basketball. Got my Sizzix out and am running some scraps through to add to my squares bins. I'm also working on my next 50 stars block. I am still behind, but finished another one last night. I got the binding on my Bonnie Hunter Orca Bay. I'll get a photo for show and tell soon. I need to get another of my flimsys sandwiched. I like have something to quilt, as well as blocks to make. You can tell I get bored easily, and switch from one to another.
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    Quilt in a Day Sale.... many fabrics for $4.50 a yard...see if any appeal to you. I did try to 'copy' site to here but it did not work for me. California Quilt in a Day has the sale...I have tooooooo much now!!

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    Me too QNS, I won't even go and look!
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    Here is my completed Bonnie Hunter Orca Bay. I pieced it two years ago, and just finished quilting it.
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