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Thread: The FWS Quilt-Along week 56 Block 111

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    These look great! Good job.
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    Here's my block # 111. I'm working from both sides from # 1 upwards andName:  Wrench (641 x 641).jpg
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Size:  70.7 KB working from the end backwards!
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    Another clean fresh look. This is a favorite block of mine. Soon the beginning blocks and ending blocks will meet in the middle and you will be done!
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    It won't be soon oksewglad! I do have some more projects to finish LOL
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    True words of the passion quilter; "I have more than one project to finish"....what you do, Anael, you do very well. My second cousin's triplets just turned four this year: two girls and one boy, one month younger than grandson.

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    Oh QNSue, I hope I can say that too in a couple of years! The triplets are ok, my DDIL has to go to another hospital for a check up on Wednesday and on Friday to the local hospital. If they're premature she can't deliver them here so that's why she also has check ups in another hospital.
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    Twins or triplets usually come early; with twins occurring on Father's side of the family, they x-rayed me at seven months on our first child in Alaska...if it had been twins they were going to send me straight to the hospital 60 air miles away until I gave birth. It was a single large female, so they let me remain at the small Air Force Base until I went into natural childbirth...then they rushed me to the bigger hospital. She weighed nine pounds, 10 ounces, and 21 inches long, had dimples in her knees, she was so fat!!

    I wish the best for your DDIL...and you need to share pictures back with all of us when they arrive. At least, through Carrie and maybe she will update all of us.

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    Thanks QNS, I will share pictures but you'll have to wait a while LOL They're due end of April (full term) but expected to arrive beginning of March. We'll see and hope for the best.
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    Hello Anael ... I'll echo QNSue's "what you do, you do very well". Yes, indeedy-do! And like OKSGlad, Churn Dash is one of my favourites, though I know #111 was called Monkey Wrench. Oh what fun, to do the FWS blocks and meet in the middle. Keep posting, and we'll keep cheering you on.

    I'm on the excitedly waiting list too. And whistling a happy tune for the beginning of March ... the 7th would be just dandy! Here's to good health for all, right thru to their safe arrival!
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    QuiltE...can I deduce that your birthday is March 7? Wouldn't that be a trip to have triplets arrive on that day...no pun intended.

    Anael...beautiful block.

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