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Thread: Not a block I would do for an entire quilt!

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    Power Poster blueangel's Avatar
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    Very pretty..

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    i know what you are saying i made one in class turned mine into a pillow
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    wow I love your block, oh I must go get that pattern and give it a try. I'd love to do it also in scrappy, thank you for sharing your beautiful block. Denise

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    That sure is pretty!
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    That is a beautiful block. I love it.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I made a queen sized quilt with that block for my bff. I made it scrappy.

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    Great job on the block! COuld be a bit time consuming, but would make a great scrappy!
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    I like it! I think I'd sew strips of the different fabrics together, then cut to width and then sew those together, mixing them up.
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    I love this pattern and the block you've made. I am with you, though, I think I would spread out making these blocks and keep them in a box until I got enough done.

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    It's really pretty. I hope the person you made it for loves it. I like yours enough, I'd try it at least once!
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