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Thread: THE FWS PONY CLUB wk 44 Verna Belle's Favorite & Village School House Photo Page

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    Here I am, QNS and all!!! Nice to be missed. I didn't look for the thread until today so haven't gotten any updates.
    Jan--the subs are great and your quilting shows the blocks off.
    QNS--fabric usage is so unique. Lovely fabrics with the horse peeking through. I'm wondering--who let the dogs out?
    mirabelle--even when you are down to the last scraps you still have beautiful blocks--greens add a new color dimension to your quilt and a lovely tulip!
    carrie-nice balance of color in VernaB
    Ggal--equally balanced VernaB in the soft pinks. Do I detect lights on in the early morning at country school--teacher's getting the fire ready with the soft lights of kerosene lanterns? Lovely blue sky

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    Thank you Mirabelle for the lovely tulips!

    The schoolhouse block was one of the first blocks I made but forgot to post it here.So here it is
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    WOW Anael...great use of the fabrics...love the "shingles".

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    I love that Anael! You are so clever in choice of fabrics. Great block.
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    Thank you both
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    Oksewglad...so you recognized the sky? It just seemed to fit this block. Thanks.
    Anael...you really used brick and mortar to build your school house! Great job.

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    I think I shouldn't have quited school early. The bricks aren't lined up
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    Hey, Anael, its an old village school house with character...looks very real the way you did it...accidentally on purpose!! Perfect!!

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    It looks great Anael! I like the "off" bricks. They look like the schoolhouse had, had some renovations.
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    I've had the last two weeks finished for a couple of weeks now. Finally decided I needed to get them posted! Here are my Week 44 blocks.
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