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Thread: MONTHLY QUILTING BEE BLOCK SWAP - Version II

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    Super Member PokerDiva's Avatar
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    Love your quilt too Judy. How did you do that border. Are those partial blocks? Good idea if they are.


    Quote Originally Posted by paintmejudy
    I vote for a deep burnt orange and dark brown, not sure which should be sash and which to be border. I think i personally would go with burnt orange border. Gorgeous fall quilt, Florence.
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    Onward.......Here are the blocks for my fall theme. Question....What color sashing and border do you think I should use. There is lots of oranges in them but would more orange be too much? Any suggestions?

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    i love the snow globs. wanted to start a swap with them, putting an item from where you are in the globe. ie. i'm from long island, so a light house or a beach scene.

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    Here is the block I sent Carsey for a July extra swap.
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    I think a nice orangy brownish like burnt umber color would look great.
    Quote Originally Posted by PokerDiva
    Onward.......Here are the blocks for my fall theme. Question....What color sashing and border do you think I should use. There is lots of oranges in them but would more orange be too much? Any suggestions?

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    Thanks Andrea. All good ideas.


    Quote Originally Posted by abonda
    I think a nice orangy brownish like burnt umber color would look great.
    Quote Originally Posted by PokerDiva
    Onward.......Here are the blocks for my fall theme. Question....What color sashing and border do you think I should use. There is lots of oranges in them but would more orange be too much? Any suggestions?

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    Judy I love your quilt and the way you did the corners!! great idea!!!

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    8-)

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    nice idea
    Quote Originally Posted by lynnie
    i love the snow globs. wanted to start a swap with them, putting an item from where you are in the globe. ie. i'm from long island, so a light house or a beach scene.

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    good idea about snow glob exchange love to do that

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    Robert, ever since you wrote this I've been getting ideas. Your wife has a pink Paris quilt right? If not, I have some ideas....and I bet others could come up with a lot more. I am also praying for her recovery. Prayer got me through a serious illness also.

    Quote Originally Posted by rfbrazell
    Hey Girlfriend. Her name is Cathy, but everyone around here calls her the "Queen of Pink" Every thing she wears is pink and black. She is the queen of paris. She just loves it even there we have never been. Our Pastor is 40 and he and his wife Karla have been 4 times. It is her favorite place also. She always brings Cathy something back. Any way. Thanks for the prayers. It is what will make us stay on the journey all the way.
    All the best
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    Robert I'm so sorry to hear about your wife. What is her name I will say a prayer for her and the both of you!

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