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    Carolyn,

    Started to sew but I think I missed a step. Are we suppose to cut 12 or 24 4.5 X1.5 of the C color??

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    Wondered where you were Carolyn. What a gorgeous cat! Is he really as big as he looks?

    Just wanted to attach a picture. I use my phone for photo so the quality is poor but really am happy with how it's going together.

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    try again

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    I am done my fellow Virtual Quilt Retreaters!!! I quilted the bath mat with a variagated green and purple thread (wasn't that a lucky find to have on hand!) I pulled everything from my stash and the towel from the hall closet. Toby Bean seems to like it too! Now off to make some beef stroganoff for supper and then I will get back to work on my paper pieced quilt!!! I'll keep checking back to see how the rest of you are progressing; can't wait to see all the different colors!!!
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    Emma, love your colors! Going to be very pretty.

    AuntPiggy, congrats on the finish! It is VERY pretty. Noticed that you and Emma have similar colors.

    Carolyn, hello! You have a mighty handsome cat! Thanks for putting on this 'retreat.' I'm trying to stay out of chat, you all distract me in there! I get to laughing and don't get any sewing done.

    Sewing my rows together now, while watching the first season of Downton Abbey.
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    "One who makes no mistakes -- never makes anything!" Author Unknown

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    Love how it turned out. Especially the way the grid just pops. Thinking I will probably make more than one. Next time the grid is going to be the darkest color.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dedemac View Post
    Carolyn,

    Started to sew but I think I missed a step. Are we suppose to cut 12 or 24 4.5 X1.5 of the C color??
    24......there are 12 blocks, 2 of those per block = 24.

    So sorry for the late reply, have had a migraine for a few days and laid down for a few to ease the pain.

    And yes auntP he is that big! about drives me nuts when he wants to sit on ya and snuggle......gets worse when the 70lb boxer boy joins us.......and even worse when the 2 boys start to fight over who gets momma's lap....

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    Well the sunshine finally came out so convinced DH to hike for 4 hours with me.... home again now....so just checking in, will get into that sewing chair now!

    Love how the projects are turning out, thanks so much for the photos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dedemac View Post
    Carolyn,

    Started to sew but I think I missed a step. Are we suppose to cut 12 or 24 4.5 X1.5 of the C color??
    I'm at this point now too Dedemac; for Fabric C the directions says cut 36 @ 1 x 2 AND cut 12 @ 4 x 1 ..... but really you mean I need to cut 12 more of the 4 x 1 pieces, right?

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    Thanks Caroline, I looked at your photos and counted the number needed. I figured you just listed the number for one of the colors. Sorry to hear you have a migraine, I have those and they are not fun. I have enjoyed the retreat today, DH did a retreat of his own in the garage. He was playing with his planner and a lot of wood. Here is what I have so far. Trying to decide If I want the extra border to tone it down a little. I think I will switch to Knitting tonight and get back to the sewing tomorrow.

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    Auntpiggylpn- I love the colors! I am jealous of how quickly you did this.

    Emma - Your colors are great also so nice and soft. I need to find some purples and get them in my stash.

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