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Thread: Civil War Block swap - One, Two Three

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    They are challenging, or at least they were for me. Deb knows how to make us work. Oddly, I always do the things I think are the most difficult first--and then usually mess up on the easier stuff!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Krisb View Post
    They are challenging, or at least they were for me. Deb knows how to make us work. Oddly, I always do the things I think are the most difficult first--and then usually mess up on the easier stuff!
    I agree! I did mine first and then the Star of Virginia and lastly the easy Shoo Fly's. It was great! Your Double T blocks are great!

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    Ladies - I always try to challenge you - or at least get you out of your comfort zone. I think, though, that you will agree that when you get your blocks back....it was worth the effort.

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    Ladies, I am asking all of you to take a moment at some time and just be thankful for everything you have. Love those around you and never take things for granted. Just because........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deb watkins View Post
    Ladies, I am asking all of you to take a moment at some time and just be thankful for everything you have. Love those around you and never take things for granted. Just because........
    Deb, I do this almost every day! Just the other day I had a reminder, unfortunately because of a friend's misfortune, of how lucky I am. And yes, I am forever thankful. For me, life is good!
    "I keep my end tables full of needlework and quilting so I don't have to dust them." ~ Author Unknown but I agree!

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    Thank you Deb!
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    I love civil war fabrics. Tomorrow I am going to see what I can find in my stash abd get busy. Love all the pretty blocks I have seen here.
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    Let me know what you find, and if I should add you to my roster! I love what I am seeing as well! These girls do such a nice job.

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    I have been practicing my scant 1/4 inch. Going good. Will let you know for sure tomorrow,
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    Well I don't have a huge stash. My Civil War prints are in a box labeled "Dear Jane". Luckily we took Princess to college this weekend and on the way home Hubby let me "run" into the coolest QS. The Nimble Thimble in Tyler, Texas. As a result, TAADAAAAaaaa, my plums and cheddars for my squares. I think I have enough to do two sets of each. Maybe after I mix and match I can do more. We shall see. I'm finely happy about this swap!
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