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Thread: QB Block of the Month May 2013 Tenth Star Pictures

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    Beautiful blocks!!!!

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    my May block!
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    Marybeth, love your B/W May block!

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    Marybeth, lovely block and beautiful fabrics!
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    Anael that is gorgeous!
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    Sulabug yours is so pretty! I love how you managed to use a rose in some segments!
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    Mines done.seams are not right,not rippping. I PP the corners and I think it would make a nice quilt

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    So Roma Bauder, where's your picture?
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Size:  708.6 KBmy block,not perfect,but it is what it is. I think the corners ( PP) would be good put in a quilt.

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    May 2013 BOM

    Ok, after ripping out about 8 times, this is what I ended up with. The PP portion was a breeze, my favorite thing in quilting. But putting the PP with exact seams, and regular piecing with probably non exact seams, the center doesn't match up. But at this point I'm done. I love the block, and may have to try it again because I'm not happy with it. I feel like I'm going backwards instead of growing in my work. Maybe I need a month off from quilting. Nope can't do that, I have to much I want to do.

    After looking at the block on this post. I think the square in square should be a bit smaller and the prairie point a bit bigger, then maybe then the prairie points would match at the yellow and the ends of the points.
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