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Thread: Quilts for Rosie - Weekly Paper Pieced Sampler Quilt Along

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    Senior Member Patricia Faye's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by almond View Post
    Patricia: How did I miss this quilt along. Just ran across this thread. Ordered the book tonight and will be warming up my machine. I am thinking Kansas Troubles by Moda.
    Wonderful almond! So happy to have you here too!
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    Can someone answer another question? Thank you!
    When did this book come out?

    I'm thinking I saw it somewhere last year ... now to figure out which LQS, so I can track it down.
    I checked the book & it has a 2008 copyright. There is a note "To order copies, call StarInfo at (816) 234-4636 and say "Books"." It is available online at "PickleDishStore.com" for $25.95 or $26.95 which includes the add 1/4 inch ruler (not sure how much the postage is.)

    Hope this helps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    Oh you're way ahead of most of us!
    Besides, what's another PUP?
    I should know what a PUP is, I read it somewhere but I can't remember. My brain isn't working the way it used to So please tell me!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anael View Post
    I should know what a PUP is, I read it somewhere but I can't remember. My brain isn't working the way it used to So please tell me!
    PUP = Poor Unfinished (or Unforgotten) Project

    I like puppies ... I don't much care for outerspace.
    Thus PUPs and PUPpies make more sense to me!!!!!!

    I think you have afew PUPpies, Anael?




    Thanks PatriciaFaye, then I'm not totally nuts ... and probably did see it last year!
    Which means I hopefully can get it when I'm out and about at the Shop Hop this month!
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    Why do you think that QuiltE? LOL LOL Yes I have a few, unforgotten and unfinished. I guess this Rosie quilt will be another PUP.
    I didn't decide yet what size I will do, 4" or 10" blocks. Looking at all those tiny pieces I might do the 10" first and maybe later the 4".
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    I bought the book yesterday at the LQS but no ruler included
    A balanced quilter is one with a project on each finger
    Eat, quilt, sleep, repeat


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    Quote Originally Posted by Anael View Post
    Why do you think that QuiltE? LOL LOL Yes I have a few, unforgotten and unfinished. I guess this Rosie quilt will be another PUP.
    I didn't decide yet what size I will do, 4" or 10" blocks. Looking at all those tiny pieces I might do the 10" first and maybe later the 4".
    Anael ... I don't think you can be a quilter, unless you have some PUPpies ... part of our make up and definition!!
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    JanR I invited me to join so I'm looking it over. But I'm just about buried as it is and I want to start an appliqué quilt next week. I have one quilt ready to sandwich, two ready to put sashing on, three which includes the PC and FWS that I'm working on, a new mystery quilt in a couple of months at my LQS and a new project every month for MM. I'm wanting to do more of the quilting myself so I know that will slow everything else down. I'll be a lurker at least. It is a beautiful quilt.

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    Here is a link that shows Mona's choice block as well as a couple completed quilts. http://www.kansascitystarquilts.com/...SamplePgNP.pdf

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    My book arrived over the weekend. Will have to spend some time studying it. It's not marked like the other pp projects I work on. But never fear, I will read and conquer

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