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Thread: MONTHLY QUILTING BEE BLOCK SWAP - Version II

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    Super Member Annaquilts's Avatar
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    These blocks are stunning and make my eyes tear up too. My mother lost her battle 7 yrs ago this month but it is wonderful to see others are winning.

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    Beth,,
    Here are the first 3 BC Pink blocks. Hopw you like them.They have not been ironed or trimed yet. LOL
    R
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    My 2 blocks from luv2sew2011 thanks so much!
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    Just passing through!

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    These blocks have too much cuteness! :-)

    best,
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    Quote Originally Posted by abdconsultant View Post
    My 2 blocks from luv2sew2011 thanks so much!
    My best is the least I can do.
    Mug Rug #2 Swap
    Monthly Quilting Bee Block Swap VIII- My theme is any block of kiwi greens, tangerine oranges, and a smidge of deep turquoise and dark chocolate browns.
    2012-2013 Row by Row-Groups 6 & 7 ... 2011-2012 Quilt for Quilters Swap

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    You're very welcome, if I could post pictures, I would post yours, fits nicely in my flower quilt to be! to missgillywhigs
    Last edited by coconuts; 10-28-2012 at 08:33 AM.

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    You got that right. they are Fantastic and fabulouso......
    Great job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whigrose View Post
    These blocks have too much cuteness! :-)

    best,
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    Here is my beautiful block I got from sustraley, I love it!! Thank you so much!!

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    Here is the block I did for Sustraley, I hope she likes it!! It is yellow and grey not sure why it looks orange in the picture...but I promise it is very much yellow and grey! Hope you like it. I am so nervous to mail it since I am such a newbie, It will be in the mail in the morning!
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    Robert, the Sinter block reminds me of my father-in-law. He would get an orange from Sint as a child In Amsletveen, and we got Drost chocolate oranges every year as long as he was alive.
    I arise in the morning torn between a desire to improve the world and a desire to enjoy the world. This makes it hard to plan the day.

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    Robert, I've finished your Christmas Star block and will try to get it out tomorrow. Can't wait to see what Santa you pair with it.

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    This block is beautiful! Love the fabrics.
    Should be a great compliment to the Santa blocks.

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    QUOTE=bibliostone;5622521]Robert, I've finished your Christmas Star block and will try to get it out tomorrow. Can't wait to see what Santa you pair with it.

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    My best is the least I can do.
    Mug Rug #2 Swap
    Monthly Quilting Bee Block Swap VIII- My theme is any block of kiwi greens, tangerine oranges, and a smidge of deep turquoise and dark chocolate browns.
    2012-2013 Row by Row-Groups 6 & 7 ... 2011-2012 Quilt for Quilters Swap

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    That is awesome. Isn't funny that the things we see, smell, sounds remind us of the fondest memories.
    Thanks for the note
    R

    Quote Originally Posted by Krisb View Post
    Robert, the Sinter block reminds me of my father-in-law. He would get an orange from Sint as a child In Amsletveen, and we got Drost chocolate oranges every year as long as he was alive.

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