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Thread: The FWS Quilt-Along Week 11 Photo Page for Blocks 21 & 22

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    Super Member oksewglad's Avatar
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    ROL!! I'm going into a diabetic coma from all the pretty eye candy!!! Get me a chocolate bar! I'm really liking the green paisley in the second block--I've seen it before.
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    Here are my blocks.
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    Just another fine pair, Anael. Can't wait to see this done. Are you going to put them in one quilt or are you going divide them like you did the PC blocks? Have you thought about a sashing color? Just love the crispness of the white--it's a color I don't use very often and should.
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    Super Member Anael's Avatar
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    Thank you oksewglad! I'm going to put these in one quilt and keep it for myself
    No, I haven't thought about sashing color, that's something I always forget when I start. With all the different colors I'm using I guess I can think about sashing when I'm almost finished, lay out all the blocks and look what might be best.
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    Yeah one for yourself! I understand about the sashing. I bought mine for FWS a couple of weeks ago. A nice soft brown to go with the myriad of colors going on in my quilt.
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    I need at least one quilt for myself to show off, don't I?
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    I can see the answer to my earlier question. I like the white background and with the bright colors...this quilt will be one that you will treasure for yourself. Way to go.

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    I'm sorry ggal! I missed your question
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