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    Super Member Annaquilts's Avatar
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    I understood it to be same pattern but different fabrics are ok.

    OK Here you go-

    sets must be same design, but fabrics may vary.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Belfrybat View Post
    Anna - really nice -- I love the vegetable signs in the center. Please bear with me as I'm new to swaps on this forum, but aren't we supposed to make all the blocks in one set alike? If not, that really opens up what I can do as a piece of fabric I have can be fussy cut into many different animals and scenes.
    Go for it. I can't wait to see what you are making. Yes, please fussy cut. In a previous swap I got a wonderful block but there were only chicken rears in it because the center block was not fussy cut.
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    Sorry haven't been on for a while. I threw my shoulder out and my arm has been going numb. It is much better and I go back to the doctors tomorrow. Today I didn't do absolutely nothing. So hopefully in the next few days can start on my blocks and also my finish up my side swaps.

    The block sets need to be somewhat the same. Like all the blocks that are shown in the all had to with veggies. I think that is cool. I don't feel they have to be same colors just the general idea. (Like if doing tractors they all don't have to be one color). But need to be 6 of the same in one set. I hope you all understand.
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    OK - thanks for the clarification. That helps a lot as I would have wasted so much fabric if the fussy cuts all had to be identical. I should have something to show by Saturday.

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    I found my hoop. I think I will play today on the embroidery machine.
    Dreaming of New England while being stuck in So. Calif.(the asphalt jungle of the world.) But hey the Happiest Place on Earth is here.

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    Glad you found your hoop. Now go play and have tons of fun.
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    Hello, well we all had a a wonderful christmas, and i have got a few of my want to things done, , my major thing was doing some cleaning and organizing in my sewing room that has accumulater lots of other stuff, i have some wonderful farm fabric, as i have done kids quits adn adults for the farm, my mother has a farm and we are all farm oriented, and some are cute, and funny, nad i am so glad the blocks can have different fabric, the same design is fine, but love teh fact that different blocks can be used, well fabric on teh blocks i mean, I see the pic of the ones completed so far so i will post mine when done, i have commited to one set for sure but if i get a few more made i will commit to 2, but have a few other ones to do also, adn still have those everyday chores that need to be done, and like laundry, supper, cleaning, and we are going to have a snowsotrm in a few days , and its cold so im a hermit, so looking forward to this swap and seeing the blocks in progress are finished, toodles for now

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    ok i have my 6 done mine are 10 in blocks finished, and i have not posted pics on this iste before except for pm so will try to get it on here, here goes
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    Cute! I want the hind end of the horse one! My mother's favourite cuss word was "horse's rear end". I'm behind but the first set is cut out and hopefully will be sewed this afternoon.

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    yea i used the heads on a picture christmas tree ornament, and thought the rear ends would be cool, glad u think so also, i have another pattern i want to try but not sure if i will get er done, so not commiting to another yet, but seriously thinking about it, i have a few more days to work on it, so much fun, its the solids that are in short supply here, but might have a but on a stash i have not looked in yet, will look there today, still doing organizing on my sewing room, love the ones i see so far looking for more,

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