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    Here are my March blocks. I used bright colors, because in March, I am always VERY anxious for spring, and the spring flowers popping up.
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    Not really crazy about January's BOM but like February and March's BOM's

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    Quote Originally Posted by 40MPHK9 View Post
    Here are my March blocks. I used bright colors, because in March, I am always VERY anxious for spring, and the spring flowers popping up.
    nice colorful blocks. are all of your blocks following the same colorway?
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    I am loving these classes as I am still fairly new to quilting and I am learning so many new techniques. The fabric I am using is left over from a couple of table topper classes I took as a beginning quilter. Hopefully I will attach a picture of the Jan-Mar blocks I have made.
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    Quote Originally Posted by solstice3 View Post
    Not really crazy about January's BOM but like February and March's BOM's
    No, not in the least. I am beginning to regret this, however, I am using scraps/stash, so it will be what it will be.

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    I've been doing two of each block each month so I can make my finished quilt a queen size or larger. I like all of the blocks individually, but somehow, when I put the all together for a photo I don't like them so much. Hoping that the sashing and future blocks do something to pull it all together.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cowpie2 View Post
    I've been doing two of each block each month so I can make my finished quilt a queen size or larger. I like all of the blocks individually, but somehow, when I put the all together for a photo I don't like them so much. Hoping that the sashing and future blocks do something to pull it all together.
    Your blocks are beauiful colors. I think the sashing will pull it all together and make it a wonderful quilt!!!
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    Craftsy BOM

    I have finished all my blocks....really like the March scrappy blocks...So far I haven't had any trouble...This is really a nice BOM., since it mainly for new quilters (me)...Each month she teached at least one new techique....I'll try and post my blocks in a few days...I have used a kinda' scarlet red fabric as my background with different black & whites for the other fabrics...

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