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Thread: Running with an miniature idea, thanks n2scraplvr

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    Oh My gosh!! That is so cute. and, small. I have lots of little pieces from other projects. I might have to do one of these. You did a fabulous job.
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    Sweet! I love scrappy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan View Post
    great job. i prefer it not on point. on point, it looses the stars
    Totally agree. I had to turn my head to make sure they were still there! ha ha. Is this regularly-pieced or paper pieced? You did a great job.
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    Thanks so much for the kind remarks. This is not PP, I struggle with liking PP'ing.Putting blocks on point always brings in a new perspective, and a different look. If you notice in the 4P all the dark squares are running at the same diagonal; they are vertical in the on point pic. I rotated the pic so the darks are horizontal; do you notice a difference? are the stars more noticeable?
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    Amazing!! love your work & I love minis
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    That is so cool, love to see what others do when they get an idea from another member & add their take on it! Wish I had the time to be so creative, regrettably work gets in my way!
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    Exceptional. I like the darker border too.
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    I personally like #2 better than #3 - it just seems to show your work better!

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    Love it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lynnie25 View Post
    I loved this pattern too but haven't had time to experiment as yet. I actually like the 3rd one best but all layouts are great.
    I'm laughing here, I just realized that I pinned my "block" onto a leftover DQ pineapple block to which I added the navy triangles. (To make it larger and finish for a fund raiser.) Underneath my "block" is one to match your DQ, Lynn!"
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