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Thread: My BOM block and paper pieced block

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    community benefactor Renee110's Avatar
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    I had to make the BOM block twice. Thank goodness there was enough fabric to do that. I should take a pic of the first one I made so you can laugh. I'm going to make a pillow out of that one. The second pic is just a paper pieced star I made tonight.
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    Very Nice!!!!

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    Very nicely done.

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    Both great, but really love the paper-pieced.

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    great job i just started paper pcing and i love it.. so much fun

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    Both are beautiful, but the paper pieced one is my favorite.

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    Beautiful blocks, if this is an indication, the quilt will be fabulous!

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    love the blocks

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    Very nice. Just a hint about paper piecing: leave the paper in until you have sewn the blocks together. That way they don't stretch out of shape. Youhave excellent taste in fabric!

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    These are GREAT and a lot of work. The colors are beautiful. Nice workmanship. Thank you for sharing.

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