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Thread: New-ish Quilter from Kentucky

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    Welcome from Madison, IN.

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    welcome from se TX
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    Hello, welcome from Oklahoma!

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    Welcome from NE Ohio.

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    Hello

    Hi and welcome from South Central Kentucky. I live just 20 miles east from Elizabethtown and 8 miles south of Hodgenville and a little one caution light town called Magnolia.
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    I'm a former Kentuckian (Louisville) transplanted to Florida - single quilt blocks can quickly become pillows! I'm not a sampler quilt fan for myself I like to look at others' sampler quilts but I don't want to make one so after
    I do individual blocks from a block of the month I make pillow covers out of them. It's an inexpensive way to Change up a room!
    Come to Me and I will give you rest--Jesus.

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    Welcome from the California desert.
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    Thanks for the great idea Cybrarian! This is the first quilt along that I have attempted and I must say I am learning a lot. I am trying to use the same hues and fabrics to help the unity. Sashing will help too. Of course - I can always gift it to someone at the end too! LOL.

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