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Thread: Bountiful blessings------last six blocks

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    Senior Member antylu's Avatar
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    Bountiful blessings------last six blocks

    Here are the last six blocks for the Bountiful Blessings quilt; there is one that is dated today but I had actually finished it quite some time ago and found I had forgotten to take a picture. The last block is actually from a pot that was made by my son-in-laws grandmother many many years ago, the pot was given to me by his parents and I took a pic of it, made pattern and substitued it for the Acoma block pattern that came with pattern (he is half Acoma and half Isleta) the Isleta block is the Wedding Vase in white, turquoise and coral.) I hope Betty won't mind the substitution but I felt it would truly make the quilt my daughter and her husbands "very own".

    Thank you all for your kind comments on the previous blocks posted and the encouragement. I am now on to the many little log cabin squares that make up the border and sashings etc. I have to take a step at a time as don't know much of what I am doing. Sincerely, AntyluName:  IMG_1084.jpg
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Size:  68.0 KBP.S. The last pic looks smaller but it is in scale with the rest of them, also it is a bit brighter than the picture shows.
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    These are amazing... I do admire your work.... keep it up!

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    Wow, what incredible details.
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    Gorgeous! I love Native American Pottery and have collected a few pieces through the years. A few is all I could afford
    May your stitches always be straight, your seams always lie flat, and your grain never be biased against you.

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    They are all beautiful can't wait to see the assembled quilt

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    yes very creative... nice

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    That is wonderful work!!
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    Wow, it looks to me like you know exactly what you're doing. Beauriful work.

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    Where did you get this pattern. I love southwest stuff and would be interested in the pattern if I could find out where to get it.

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    Great job! I to will look forward to seeing the finished quilt

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