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Thread: sew cornie's blocks made for Boom 5.0 EAST swap

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    Super Member sew cornie's Avatar
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    Here are the blocks I've made for the Boom 5.0 EAST group. I'm planning to use only patterns I've never tried before and have given myself the extra challenge of tackling Y-seams, which I've always been scared of. The first Y-seam block (The Disk) came together beautifully and was even FUN! Thanks for looking! :D

    for Poker Diva
    Name:  Attachment-200339.jpe
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    W.C.T. Union for pgaines
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    The Disk for shaysmema
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    Love your blocks - you always do such nice work. Really looking forward to meeting you in 2 weeks. :-D :-D :-D

    Thanks,
    Sherryl
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    Very nice!!

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    Two more:

    Primitive Tulip for carsey
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    Double Squares for QuilterMomma
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    love the care that you put into blocks for others

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    I so LOVE the first one - all the beautiful bright colors!!! The tulip is great too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carolynbb
    I so LOVE the first one - all the beautiful bright colors!!! The tulip is great too.

    I have to laugh at this because both of these are happy accidents. The bright one for Poker Diva was going to be Ocean Waves, except I didn't do my math right and figured out way too late that an F8 isn't large enough to provide for all the pieces I'd need. So I crossed my fingers and hoped to salvage without too much embarrassment.

    The Primitive Tulip was a plan B block. I'd intended to do another Y-seam block but after it was partially assembled, I figured out I'd cut the pieces for a 15" block, not a 12".

    Lesson learned: don't cut someone else's fabric after midnight! :lol:

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    Oo.. yeah, love that tulip block.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lilrain
    love the care that you put into blocks for others
    Thank you for the kind compliment Lorraine. I hope the receivers enjoy them.

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    Your work is beautiful and looks so precise. Nice job.

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