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Thread: Boomerang Friendship Swap 9.0 - Signups are Now Closed

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    Super Member LovingIzabella's Avatar
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    I will be doing an update today of who I have and what size group they wanted to be in
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    Count me n again. Thanks for all the hard work you put in!..
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    boom 8

    I posted this on the rubies group for the last boom but thought I would post on here also so the new ones to our group can see the results you can get. I love these friendship quilts from all over the world. These most definately stay at my house. Mine is ready for the quilting table and binding but you can get the idea. I love the way it turned out.Name:  DSCF1054.JPG
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    that came out so well Jaba love your border print it really ties it all together. I didn't mind sending overseas last time. I think there was just a bit of time delay. It was fun you can pretty much put your f8 in a regular envelope and the returning of the blocks was also on most of them easy to get into a regular envelope. the more seams there are the heavier a block will be in mailing. I suggest you take one of your own ufo quilt blocks and weight it and then you will get an accurate cost of mailing.

    Almost there I think right??? yipppeee happy halloweenieeee!
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    Here's a couple from past booms too so you can see what wonderful blocks you can get:
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    Used the light green floral for sending out
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    Used the rainbow striped for the f8

    Dad can hardly wait for the next one to start
    Howdies from Possum Trot (yes it does exist)
    Boomerang 9 - Pacific blocks -- peek if you want to
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...ml#post5857779

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    Moon is that dad?? Love it!!! He is adorable
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    Oh Moon! Your "Vanna" brings a smile to my face.
    What lovely work too!
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    Moon..Thanks for posting your pic..gives me ideas for when I receive my f8.
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    I am so ahead of myself I just can't believe it I have my fabric washed, cut, wrapped, in envelopes, return address and stamp on, just waiting for a label to send out! I have never been this far ahead or this organized. A little scary!

    I have 54 ready, so if I'm in 1 large and 1 small OR 3 small, I'll still have a few left over for side swaps

    I love having international swappers, not really an extra exspense for me, just more fun!

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    Yep, that's my Dad...all 82 years young and a great helper by ironing all my seams.

    The 1st quilt we decided to set on point as the blocks just "screamed" for it. Dad loves to help show off the end result and gets a kick out of showing them off.

    With the 2nd quilt, I made 1/2 blocks so I could stagger the arrangement of the full blocks and made it a little funkier than normal given the brightest of it.

    Be sure to keep some of your fabric in case you have to make some "filler" blocks.
    Howdies from Possum Trot (yes it does exist)
    Boomerang 9 - Pacific blocks -- peek if you want to
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...ml#post5857779

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