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Thread: The FWS Quilt-Along Photo page for Blocks 65 & 66

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    Quilting Nonnie - Beautiful blocks, you did a great job.

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    Hello Ladies! Another enjoyable review of your blocks, as I get ready to post mine.

    Honchey ... I so agree with you! Thank goodness and special blessings for that dear person who created all the PP patterns for this quilt and then so willingly shared them with all of us.

    #65 ... Peaceful Hours
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    #66 ... Periwinkle
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    Oh a little robin shows up. Looking over everyones wonderful blocks, I couldn't help but think that wonder if Peaceful Hours was another block to show case a fabric like bflies, birds et al.The Periwinkle block looks so simple (sure there have been grrs-getting the odd shaped triangles to line up). QE yours looks so Christmasy--would make a lovely table runner for the season or even with some of the great pastels that have shown up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    Oh a little robin shows up. Looking over everyones wonderful blocks, I couldn't help but think that wonder if Peaceful Hours was another block to show case a fabric like bflies, birds et al.The Periwinkle block looks so simple (sure there have been grrs-getting the odd shaped triangles to line up). QE yours looks so Christmasy--would make a lovely table runner for the season or even with some of the great pastels that have shown up.
    OKSGlad .... psssssssssssst PP ... lines right up, with nary a blink!!
    The challenge I have is getting fussy cut pieces to end up where they should be in a block. Especially if it is not the first one put in place!

    I was really pleased with the Robin who brings us many Peaceful Hours.! I love working in the office in the spring when they are singing in full chorus right outside my office window. As for Christmasy?? .... well, yes the green and red but ........... (did you use your 200%?) *giggle*
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    Ah not a Christmas rose then, but a sweet Be mine Valentine. Great fussy cutting. I probably shouldn't admit it, but PP a couple of hearts for Emily's small quilt for school fundraiser. When I get all three finished will share. Now back to book work. Coming down the home stretch, but milk check came so have sovles to beat from the door as well, but must close out 2011 first.
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    *gasp* ...... what IS the world coming to? YOU PP'd? *gasp* *sputter* *choke*]

    Back to the number crunching and off to the bank! Your Ontario compadres start getting their milk cheque twice a month in February. It's quite a controversy! I'm crunching words today!!!
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    *gasp* ...... what IS the world coming to? YOU PP'd? *gasp* *sputter* *choke*]
    Whoa there, don't have a coronary!!!
    Always have gotten 2 milk checks a month; second one is the "advance" for the month, first the "settlement"of the previous month with bf/pr/scc adjustments added.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    *gasp* ...... what IS the world coming to? YOU PP'd? *gasp* *sputter* *choke*]
    Whoa there, don't have a coronary!!!
    Always have gotten 2 milk checks a month; second one is the "advance" for the month, first the "settlement"of the previous month with bf/pr/scc adjustments added.
    Meanwhile everyone else is wondering what on earth we are talking about!

    Just dairy-cow-talk, folks!
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