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Thread: THE FWS PONY CLUB WK 21 Blocks Gold Nuggets & Gretchen Photo Page

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    Super Member roseOfsharon's Avatar
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    I really like these blocks! Well wishes to your mom Jan.
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    roseOfsharon - Won't ya come along w/us on this he'a trail ride? We'd love for ya ta git the book & join us. Don't worry about bein' behind, 'cause most of us are.
    (I just remembered my Grandad sayin' he'a-now when he was mad. I was 12 or 13 before I realized that he meant "here now!" I just thought it was his "mad" word. I didn't even here it very often.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    We must have all succumbed to the disease known as Wippox! Yup WorksInProgress Pox.
    It wouldn't be so funny if it wasn't ssooooooo very true!
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    I finished a quilttop with scrapblocks I made a few weeks ago. I wasn't too sure about the border but now it's on I like it. The binding will be the same as the inner small red border. What do you think?Name:  Scrapquilt De Marke (570 x 760).jpg
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    When you look closely you can see a tiny house in one of the blocks
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    Anael--what a bright, cheerful quilt! The yellow border adds to the fun. Great job!!

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    Thank you carriem

    I forgot to mention this quilt is going to the day care centre as well.
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    Great job, love the bright colors. You did a very good job on the colors!!

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    Thank you QNS, I wasn't so sure myself.
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    Looks wonderful, Anael and the red binding will put a nice finish to it.

    This is what I got accomplished yesterday. Now to get them quilted and bound. OBTW first crumb squares are 1.5" finished. Second string blocks are 2" finished.
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    Thanks oksewglad! Great accomplishment those 2 quilts ! And such tiny pieces! My scrapblocks were 4.5" finished, sewed 4 of them together to make one large block.
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