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Thread: MONTHLY QUILTING BEE BLOCK SWAP - Version II

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    [QUOTE=Whigrose;5881129]Hi all,
    My February swap partner SarahF requested windmills. This may have been my biggest challenge since joining this swap last January.

    These are fantastic blocks! Kudos to you!
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    Whigrose, your blocks came out fantastic.
    10-2-12, the lucky day I became a granny!

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    Great job whigrose! I might have opted for the alternative.
    That looks hard but you sure made two beautiful windmills.


    Quote Originally Posted by Whigrose View Post
    Hi all,
    My February swap partner SarahF requested windmills. This may have been my biggest challenge since joining this swap last January.

    I persevered-found my inspiration this morning, cut, fused and appliqued them this evening. Yea me! Now onto my other QB quilting commitments.

    best,
    d
    Anna Quilts

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    I can not even begin to thank Robert enough for the amazing blocks I just received. They brought tears to my eyes. They are for a quilt for my son who was in the Air Force, later worked at Cape Canaveral and is now home in Illinois woking for the railroad. I promised him a quilt. He wanted military and space for the main blocks. I have several blocks from a panel I bought once in Florida depicting Cape Canaveral. Robert was kind enough to swap with me this month. I am so excited. It is probably a good thing that I am not closer to where Robert lives. I would have to give him the biggest hug ever. You are an awesome person. Thank you, Thank you!!!!!!!
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    sustraley, my blocks seem totally inadequate when I see what Robert does.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssnare View Post
    sustraley, my blocks seem totally inadequate when I see what Robert does.
    I feel the same way Sherry!
    Teresa
    "I collect wind chimes."

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    I love ALL blocks. Everyone has their own personality. I wouldn't trade ANY of them that I have received. ssnare--yours are great that I have received. Don't forget that!!!

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    Those are FABULOUSO.....just awesome.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Whigrose View Post
    Hi all,
    My February swap partner SarahF requested windmills. This may have been my biggest challenge since joining this swap last January.

    I persevered-found my inspiration this morning, cut, fused and appliqued them this evening. Yea me! Now onto my other QB quilting commitments.

    best,
    d

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    Teresa,
    The blocks you made for me are exquisite and I love them.
    To tell you the truth I am a awful piecer on blocks. But I keep trying.
    respect all of you.
    R
    Quote Originally Posted by mscupid804 View Post
    I feel the same way Sherry!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rfbrazell View Post
    Teresa,
    The blocks you made for me are exquisite and I love them.
    To tell you the truth I am a awful piecer on blocks. But I keep trying.
    respect all of you.
    R
    Thx Robert, what are you requesting now for blocks? What do you do with all the blocks, make quilts for yourself or what??
    Teresa
    "I collect wind chimes."

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