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Thread: The FWS Quilt-Along Week 51 Blocks 101 & 102 Photo Page

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    Senior Member Quilting Nonnie's Avatar
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    Your blocks are outstanding. You never fail to deliver a wonderful block. The double wedding ring is beautiful with jewel tones. I love that whirlpool block and the flowered materials you used.

    Eight to go-wowser! Congratulations!
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    Power Poster QuiltE's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    Well as you ladies get down to the home stretch, it takes less time to go through the picture thread! I'm so glad I've had a chance to catch glimpses of this wonderful project.
    QE the wedding ring looks like a stained glass window. I know I've said it often, but the presentation of your blocks with that green is stunning--never getting tired of it.

    Sadly, yes, the threads are longer, due to those that have gone MIA!

    And yes .. that fabric is stained glass! It's a neat fabric that I had wanted to use and never found the right place. I finally decided this might be the best chance going to use it.

    Thanks again re the fabric ... now if I could only find more of it!
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    Love those blocks, QE. That stained glass fabric is beautiful. Really like the movement in your whirlpool block. Great job!
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    Thanks JanRN ... You would have laughed at me doing that Whirlpool. I had such a small piece of the dark fabric, and thought I could get thru it. Talk about not wasting fabric when PPing! I was very very careful and ended up with two small pieces, so small if I had to do one more patch, I wouldn't have made it. I was coming down to the end, and was starting to think I'd either have to patch the scraps ... or start again with different fabrics. (BTW -- Your Potato Soup was top notch. Thanks!)
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