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Thread: MONTHLY QUILTING BEE BLOCK SWAP - Version II

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    Super Member jacquie's Avatar
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    here is my july block for 'JanetWall'
    i hope you like it, it went into the post today! 'sew' look out for it!!
    love Jacquie xxxx

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    I'll make you 2 more brown & gold blocks. No swap, just for the kids!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dotcomdtcm
    I'll make you 2 more brown & gold blocks. No swap, just for the kids!
    THANK YOU!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ljdugas31
    Quote Originally Posted by rfbrazell
    Quote Originally Posted by ljdugas31
    That snowglobe pattern has become very popular.I think i need one :-)
    Want to do one more oriental block.
    What do you want in your snowglobe. It is a really easy block to do.
    R
    Surprise me,i love them all. Yes I will make you 3....
    Christmas or Floral?
    LOL

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    I didn't get a July partner is anyone else missing one? I got a notice but it only had May and June. I guess I could swap with anyone. I did a lot of extra ones in June so it's not like I'm lacking anything. It's just so addictive. I spent 3 hours in my flower garden this morning and my body is screaming at me.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mainewoods Mammie
    Robert - you are the King of Snowglobes !
    Gorgeous creations!
    Its a real fun block to do. and it goes really fast. Thank you for the compliment.
    R

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    Quote Originally Posted by jacquie
    here is my july block for 'JanetWall'
    i hope you like it, it went into the post today! 'sew' look out for it!!
    love Jacquie xxxx
    Oh my gosh I love it. Thank you I will be watching for it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dotcomdtcm
    Where is the snowglobe pattern? Have to do some NYC ones.
    Great for Christmas!
    I don't have a pattern. I took my inspiration from Abdona. I just get my blocked preped ( ironed and startched a little) I mark the center with a dot. Next I trace around a 8 inch circle on the fusible web and then press it on the light blue (the lighter the better) fabric that has smaller or varigated sizes of snowflakes and I really like the fabric that has silver glitter flakes on them. The a piece of med to dark brown with some kind of printed texture on it and I took my inspiration from an actual snowglobe for the base, sketched out base on plain paper until I got it the way I wanted. I then put the fusible web on top of it plain paper and trace the base on to the fusible web and press it down. Last but not least is the content the focal point. Look thru your christmas fabric and find a piece that has a design, like a snowman, an angel, just one that grabs your creative neck and says THIS IS THE ONE. Just fuse the web to the back side and cut it out. It is best to remove as much background around the object you chose as possible.
    So here is the order I lay them out on the block
    Base first
    Globe next just barely covering the top of the base
    then the object and press them all onto the block and stitch down in your prefered method.
    Phwe!
    Sorry for being so winded.
    Lol
    R

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    Okay!
    I thought yours was from Fat Cat.

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    great blocks, maybe one day I can afford to do extra swaps.

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