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Thread: Using One Block, various fabrics on hand, different looks

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    Using One Block, various fabrics on hand, different looks

    Now let's see if this system is going to allow me to upload these this morning...only 5th try!
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    adding more photo's of this block

    Here are two more in white and reds. Have another that won't upload for some reason and the one I like the best. Will keep trying to upload it.
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    Last one...figured out why it would not upload

    Finally got them uploaded. :-)
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    My pick is #1. Beautiful fabric choices.
    The one who dies with the most fabric wins.

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    Really beautiful!!!!!

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    I pick number 3, the red binding really sets the quilt off.

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    You sure are good at EQ. I have EQ5 and 6 but have never used it. Peggy
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    I like the 3rd one too!! EQ is great isn't it?

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    Wow! that is really so nice to see them instead of just in one's head. thanks for all your efforts to get them posted.
    She who dies with the most fabric, didn't sew fast enough!

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    What a neat program you have. Which one will you make?
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