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Thread: Spring 2013 PS squares- 1.5"- Swap- Sign ups close April 15, 2013

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    **judy- you are on the list~~
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    Whacha makin'?

    I have been swapping with Mariposa for at least a year now. I am finally doing something with my beautiful squares. I am making Bonnie Hunter's Crabapples and just finished the tree parts. I have used 975 squares so far and haven't made the slightest dent in my collection that is bursting out of the container! So...whatcha makin'?
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    I am looking forward to getting our newestgoodies!

    Fraew, I have been working on my postage stamp blocks for about three years,using these little gems as leaders/enders, or putting them together when I'm ina "mindless sewing" mood.
    referrelative="t" o:spt="75" coordsize="21600,21600"> ath o:connecttype="rect" gradientshapeok="t" o:extrusionok="f"> ath> So far I have some 90 or so blocks done. Here is apicture of 40 of them (2590 stamps!) in a blue-red-pink setting. I am still trying to decide howI'm actually going to set these blocks together.

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    Fraew-- looking good!! Which book is that Crabapples pattern in-?

    Evie- love your blocks so far!
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    Ooh Evie. Lovin' it. @Mariposa: It's in Adventures with Leaders and Enders
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    Thanks Fraew!!
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    Oh I want cute jars for my stamps! How do you have yours sorted? Size only? I think I'll get a jar for my neutrals too...a cute jar.
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    @SheriR: My "cute" jar is recycled from a Costco snack purchase. In fact, I dumped the snacks in a plastic bag so I could snag the jar. I have 1.5" squares in the jar. The only sorting that I have done is to put the batiks in a plastic baggy which is also in the jar. I dream of an all batik stamp quilt one day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraew View Post
    @SheriR: My "cute" jar is recycled from a Costco snack purchase. In fact, I dumped the snacks in a plastic bag so I could snag the jar. I have 1.5" squares in the jar. The only sorting that I have done is to put the batiks in a plastic baggy which is also in the jar. I dream of an all batik stamp quilt one day.
    So....what you're saying....is.... I need to go buy a few jars of snacks?
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    @SheriR: Yes, more snacks! What else is the family supposed to live off of while we put our squares together?
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