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

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    Purl, either your block is the small one or you have a HUGE Maggie! Either way your block is striking!
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    Purl, it looks like you need to make some more blocks to make Maggie feel comfortable It's a beautiful block!
    A balanced quilter is one with a project on each finger
    Eat, quilt, sleep, repeat


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    Hi everyone

    Jane- I like the Christmas block,
    Judith- your block is lovely I love the lilac and white
    Patti- well done on your first paper peiceing, your block is lovely. This was also my first time in trying paper piecing.
    Purl- Loved the way the dark blue made the light blue star stand out..

    It is very interesting how the different colours we put together make all the block look different.

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    Everyone's blocks look great.
    Lyn Hut - love your colors.
    jtquilts - love the purples hues & tell Patti - no visible boo-boos. No one would ever know this was her first time paper piecing!
    Purl - your colors really POP!
    Patricia Faye

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    First block

    Here is my 1st 4" block. I am using Moda Kansas Troubles

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    here's my version of Mother's Favorite Star and a picture of the other fabrics I'll be using.Name:  My Mother's Favorite Star Block.jpg
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    Anne, I was hoping "yinz" would help me decide on colors; I didn't know I'd cause you a dilemma LOL. Go for it--you can always make potholders!!
    Purl, I love your block and want to see more of Maggie LOL.

    almond, great job on the 4" block. Love the contrast in your block.

    Sandi, love your block and those fabrics are going to make a beautiful quilt.
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    Some more great blocks posted today! Keep up the good work.

    We have two dogs and I had to LOL at the block on Maggie's back.

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    Purl - Black is my new favorite neutral. I love how ya used it on your block. Lovely!
    Almond - Ya used Kansas troubles ta make such a beautiful block.
    Sandie - I love the contrast in your block!
    I did break down & ordered the book.
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    Yeah Bev, you rock

    Sandi and almond, great blocks! Maybe, just maybe, when I'm in the right mood and don't know what else to do I might give the 4" block a try
    A balanced quilter is one with a project on each finger
    Eat, quilt, sleep, repeat


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