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Thread: Batik Block Swap - Signups thru 2-15-13 - Due 2-28-13

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    Smile 2nd set of blocks!

    Here's my second set. The block is called Goshen Star - very fun to put together.
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    ooooh, I like that block, don't remember ever seeing it before. I'll have to find that one. Thanks for showing it.

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    KeQuilts, love your block! Actually that is the block I was going to make next. It's so pretty. What do you think? Is it okay to do the same block with different fabrics?

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    I am reasonably sure noone will throw a fit if we somehow recieve two beautiful blocks...

    Quote Originally Posted by Bbemerald View Post
    KeQuilts, love your block! Actually that is the block I was going to make next. It's so pretty. What do you think? Is it okay to do the same block with different fabrics?

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    Absolutely - sew away!! I like this block so much, I'd love to use it for a whole quilt. I think it's the kind of block that would alternate well with an Irish Chain or the like.

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    Hi Jaba - I found the block pattern here
    http://www.quilterscache.com/BlocksbySizeB.html

    The site is free, but you can opt to make a donation of any size if you print patterns, etc. This link is to the 7-11" blocks. I found the instructions to be very accurate, and there are also a fair amount of paper pieced blocks that have printable foundation sheets.

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    Here are the oh so pretty blocks from mom-6:Name:  mom-6 block 1.jpg
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    Tracibug - thanks so much for posting the pictures for me! Hope to get them headed your way in the next day or so. Have to get them labeled and to the post office.

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    Thanks kequilts, I really like that block. Nice blocks mom-6. Getting excited to get these back.

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    If blocks are paper pieced,do you leave the paper on? Most swaps do because it's easier to sew blocks together before removing paper.Sorry if this has been asked before.
    Pat C

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