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Thread: Civil War Block swap - One, Two Three

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    I have joined the civil war block swap...sounds like fun...

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    Yes - stichincat, now we are looking forward to your pictures of the blocks!!! And I won't say who has already asked for the address to send the blocks......talk about RogerRamJet.....

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    Well, slower than lots of people but the double T blocks are done. Here they are.

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    Well, my Double T blocks are done, but I gotta say they were not as much fun as I had anticipated. In fact, I wound up hating them! If I have a choice, I don't think I'll ever make these again!
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    I have attempted to cut my blocks not once, not twice, but now 3 times. And yet, when I go to sew them together, what do I find? I FORGOT to cut something! I feel like karma, or serendipity, or fate, or whatever, is trying to tell me something.

    Into a gigantic ziplock bag it all goes for a minimum of 30 days. That's right ladies, I put my blocks in time-out. Naughty blocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMamaHauser View Post
    I have attempted to cut my blocks not once, not twice, but now 3 times. And yet, when I go to sew them together, what do I find? I FORGOT to cut something! I feel like karma, or serendipity, or fate, or whatever, is trying to tell me something.

    Into a gigantic ziplock bag it all goes for a minimum of 30 days. That's right ladies, I put my blocks in time-out. Naughty blocks.
    LOL I really laughed at that..AND I'm going to give it a try. Time out for my naughty sewing projects!!!
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    And they deserve to be in time out. Baaaaad blocks!
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    Quote Originally Posted by TheMamaHauser View Post
    I have attempted to cut my blocks not once, not twice, but now 3 times. And yet, when I go to sew them together, what do I find? I FORGOT to cut something! I feel like karma, or serendipity, or fate, or whatever, is trying to tell me something.

    Into a gigantic ziplock bag it all goes for a minimum of 30 days. That's right ladies, I put my blocks in time-out. Naughty blocks.
    Too funny LOL!!! Usually I give up after 3 times and throw it away. But I will have to try time out next time also and see if it works.
    ​Christine

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisb View Post
    Well, slower than lots of people but the double T blocks are done. Here they are.

    Love your double T block! I am leaving it to last as it looks the hardest to me did the shoo-fly block first and have 2 out of 4 done for the Virginia star
    ​Christine

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