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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 Anael View Post
    Will there be a separate picture thread? Or do we post our pics here?
    No separate thread. Please post your pictures here! Looking forward to seeing the blocks.
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    Oh well it looks like I'm the first to post my picture. So here it is Mother's Favorite Star.
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    Anael--your block looks great...very "pointy points".

    I have mine done so will post, but am definitely redoing it for more contrast! I won't get a chance to go shopping for another week though to get a better "background" fabric. Oh and the block is square I just took the picture at a funny angle for better lighting so it showed the orange/rust color a little better.
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    Anael, I love love love the flowers in your block; it's a beautiful block.

    Carriem, isn't it funny while we're working on something the contrast looks great, then you step back and oops-no contrast. I love the fabrics you used though and your pp is spot on.
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    Carriem, I understand what you mean redoing the block because of the contrast (or lack of it). The fabrics are gorgeous!
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    Anael & Carriem, your blocks are so pretty. Carriem, the batiks are beautiful.

    Here is my Mother's Favorite Star. I made it in both sizes.

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    Beautiful Patricia! The 10" block looks huge this way!
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    Anael, your block is so striking! Love it!
    Carriem, it appears that your work is spot on and your fabrics lovely...it's always the contrast, isn't it?
    Patricia Faye, I love how you posted both blocks together and it DOES make the 10 blocks look huge! Very pretty!

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    Ahhhh such beautiful blocks, Carrie, Patricia & Anael!
    Carrie & Anael - Are they easier than the 8" PC blocks?
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    Dublb, I don't think so. Looking at the foundations there are lots of pieces. I don't know about Y seams, didn't look as I don't mind doing them. But there are only 20 blocks
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