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Thread: The FWS Quilt-Along Week 12 Photo Page for Blocks 23 & 24

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    After looking through the blocks I'm in awe of your piecing, folks. I'm trying to get back to these and catch up on the PC so here are blocks for me. I plan on scanning in my previous blocks so I can use them in EQ like I have the PC blocks. Name:  FWS 23 Country Farm.jpg
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    I like your colors. Looks rich and wonderful. Its one stitch at a time until you have them all!! Every journey begins with the first step!!! And then continues on at your own pace.... There are still some blocks I have not done, but will sub others for them.

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    It brings a smile to my face remembering doing most of these blocks....I'm still missing several of them...After working on the PC blocks I can't imagine going back to the intricate 6" blocks.. other than a few DJane blocks I never picked up pping until this quilt...now I can't imagine making any blocks without pping them.
    Oksewglad, your blocks are beautiful and pieced perfectly. H.

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    Thanks for the encouragement you two. I'm enjoying getting back at these and working with the CW repro fabrics. About half I will PP.

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    Oh oksewglad, those blocks are beautiful! I still have too many projects to work on the FWS and tomorrow I"m starting a new BOM. What am I thinking
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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    Thanks for the encouragement you two. I'm enjoying getting back at these and working with the CW repro fabrics. About half I will PP.
    Alas! I'm getting a look at these and they are grand, indeed.
    OKSGlad ... Your CW fabrics really are "selling" me on CW.
    So colourful, yet so muted at the same time.
    And talk about perfection in the piecing!!

    Like Honchey ... it was nice to return to this thread and re-view what we have all achieved together.
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    Here are my blocks. The colour placement of Country Path isn't right but it's ok with me
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    I love this one!
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    Okay, I just finished # 24--I was a little concerned about the contrast between 2 of the fabrics but after seeing it all put together I was relieved it looks fine. Anne

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    Oh but the colors are so pretty, Anael. Have you been working on these a lot here of late?
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    Thanks oksewglad I came across the FWS and made a few blocks. I still have a long way to go, 26 blocks finished
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