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Thread: January 1, 2013 Whirling Start 2 - Photo's.

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    Senior Member frenchfryqueen's Avatar
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    5 pages in and it's only January 3rd! Can't wait to see what everyone else comes up with. I'm already looking forward to whatever block we're making in February.

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    That was a challenge but got it done after alot of pick outs.
    Mine is 30s fabric but used 4 prints not 8.
    Cant post a pic cause my camera decided not to have anything to do with my USB port, so cant download pics.

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    Junior Member germanquilter's Avatar
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    You guys are fast!! I have not even started yet. Still have company here until the weekend so this will have to wait until next week for me I think I might do 3 colors as well...I really like the more organized look. This will be a definite challenge for me...paper piecing is pretty new to me ( just started to learn that technique last year) and I have not attempted a y-seam. I am a bit of a perfectionist so I am preparing myself mentally for some ripping and re-sewing LOL

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    Looks like a challenging block.

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    The blocks are all so different and pretty! Yum! Here is what I did for my January block. I think I may just make myself a girlie lap quilt! Go figure! For me! LOL!

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    These are fantastic! And yes, you are all soooo fast!
    Avatar is a quilt made by my great grandmother that I inherited.

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    Senior Member MamaHen's Avatar
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    I decided to also join you all this year. Great practice in relearning how to do Y seams!!! So many different colors and they all look so good. Now we are all waiting for February to see what our next relearning curve may be. Name:  QB Jan BOM.jpg
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    Senior Member MamaHen's Avatar
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    Wow did that come out BIG-better relearn how to make them smaller. Sorry.

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    here is my January Blocks...I did find it challenging . Hardest part was sew the correct two colored Traps together with correct color combo. I printed the rotary cutting instructions from my Electric Quilt program and then followed the instructions given by Quilterscache. thank you SulaBug for the challenge
    Judy in Phx, AZ
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    Here I am Lord I am here to do your will.

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    Wow they are all looking so great have a couple of smaller things I need to finish up before I make mine
    ​Christine

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