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Thread: New York Beauty Quilt Along Begins Oct 1st

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    Super Member kristen0112's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by wendiq View Post
    Would you be giving us a different NYB block each time? In other words, will you provide us the patterns each month?

    I've made two of these type of quilts with great results......didn't do fancy, but learned that almost any combination using contrasting colors is dynamite! I have used batiks and blenders mostly.....
    Yes, the initial thread has the link to all 10 patterns. And each month I will post it again if people want me to. You are correct that just about any color combination looks fantastic.

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    Mariposa, Linynp, & Patticake Welcome!
    So glad you'll be quilting along with us. These patterns are great for stash busting and scrappy. But also look great in a classic two or three colors as shown in the video Beauty Secrets. I have pulled all my batiks (probably 15-20 different pieces) and a few blenders.

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    I might try this one.... I love the NY beauty block but PP any my brain just don't work! I think I am dyslexic (sp) when it comes to Paper piecing.
    Lisa B in NC
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    I will also be joining in love paper piecing and batiks can't wait. I got to hear and see Bill V @ my quilt quild meeting in Hillsboro ,OR a few months ago he brought some of his collection very interesting hearing how he got started collecting and how it has evolved for him.
    ​Christine

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    Welcome Christine and Quiltingcrazy! Christine so jealous you got to hear Bill V in person :-)
    Sometimes Quiltingcrazy that happens to me too with a piece :-)

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    SulaBug, your block is great! I just made a decision I'm going to finish my Sylvia blocks first before I start this project. I only (or still) have 33 blocks to go. So if you see a block here from me..........LOL kick me in the behind. I hope I can keep my hands off of the batiks I ordered last week so I can use them for the NYB!
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    Giving this a lot of thought !!!! I have an extra large box of batiks and just can't decide what to do with them. Maybe this is the quilt I should make.
    It also coincides with the Pony Club sew along finishing.
    If you see blocks from me you will know I am in...
    Karen

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    I'm trying to FINISH projects...not start them...but....maybe I'll jump in later. I'm bookmarking this.

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    I'm in! I have too many projects but love the New York beauty quilts.

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    I'm in too.
    Ohhhh noooooo. Doing a NYB has been on my bucket list. I have been collecting fabrics for a few years.
    I am also collecting reds to do a Double wedding ring.
    So there is only one thing to do, which is get started on that bucket list.
    Renea

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