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Thread: "Once Upon a Time In My Garden" PP Block Swap with a "Twist"

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    Neat wooden irons!
    Be a blessing to others, as you may entertain angels unaware!

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    I really like the one on Esty, tried to purchase it and needed to create an account? I already have a paypal account so what account are they asking me to create? So I did not purchase it

    Back to subject at hand, I found a beautiful red fabric for my cardinals, just need to get it washed. Sunday is an all day get together at a local hall to quilts, hope to work on my blocks there.
    After 2 years with the same signature I have been requested to remove it. Bye

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    Brush and thimble that wooden iron is cute. DH made my wooden iron but I purchase a pattern recently to make a dress for my little girls. It was also off Etsy and I ran into the same thing. There should be some where you can click and go on. It asks you just incase you have no paypal. I know it is confusing.Instead of the register page can you click on the tab on top and go to sign in?
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    A really inexpensive way to make one is to take a clothes pin, the type with the spring holding the two pieces together, and take it apart. Wala, now you have two wooden irons.

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    It's been a busy couple of days! I think today I will work on my swap blocks! Have been trying to design a cool watermellon...hmmm...designing for PPing isn't for the faint of heart!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwquilts View Post
    Have been trying to design a cool watermellon...hmmm...designing for PPing isn't for the faint of heart!
    Thanks for the early morning chuckle Ronda. I started the day with a renewed attitude and hope to work on my blocks later on today. Could you use part of the kitty watermelon to design a block?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Annaquilts View Post
    Thanks for the early morning chuckle Ronda. I started the day with a renewed attitude and hope to work on my blocks later on today. Could you use part of the kitty watermelon to design a block?
    Yes, I could Anna, but I have this bee in my bonnet that says..."how hard can this be? You can do this...quit being a woosie"! LOL! I may down the road do just that, but am not ready to give up just yet. Now, remember to ENJOY your sewing today! LOL! That's an order...


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    Quote Originally Posted by rwquilts View Post
    ...designing for PPing isn't for the faint of heart!
    You said it! A little time, patience, trial and error. Know when to say when, put it away and come back to it refreshed and renewed.

    Have a great quilty day!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwquilts View Post
    Have been trying to design a cool watermellon...hmmm...designing for PPing isn't for the faint of heart!
    No, but it could be for the wild and crazy! I have been thinking along the lines of designing my pp blocks also.

    Can I blame that on you Ronda? Are you the influenceR?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SewExtremeSeams View Post
    No, but it could be for the wild and crazy! I have been thinking along the lines of designing my pp blocks also.

    Can I blame that on you Ronda? Are you the influenceR?
    I know...we'll blame it on the air we breathe here in Washington! Makes us think we can do anything!

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