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Thread: Rhonda's 4 x 4 Quilt blocks

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    Senior Member cassiemae's Avatar
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    Rhonda:

    As usual you do amazing work. You squares and the colors you used are beautiful. You are AMAZING.

    eunice
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    Awesome, thanks for sharing!!!!

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    Thanks Rhonda for all the great ideas and tutorials...
    I may be over the hill but I'm not under it LOL

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    Rhonda, thanks that was fun but best of all is the baby picture she is beautiful
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    what a beautiful quilt these would make! WOW you knocked yourself out for this. you are so generous. thank you! they are beautiful!
    A rolling stone gathers no moss

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    Thank you toodie and terri! Yes I think Serenity is a pretty little girl! And terri I love love designing and coming up with ways of using traditional quilt blocks

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    Rhonda love your blocks. I have learned a lot from you. Thanks Juanita

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    Rhonda
    Would you suggest ironing the seams open since there are so mny to match up. Wouldn't it be bulky in places if ironed to one side?
    Roz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joselake View Post
    Rhonda
    Would you suggest ironing the seams open since there are so mny to match up. Wouldn't it be bulky in places if ironed to one side?
    I always iron open because I don't like the feeling of having one side thicker than the other. Plus I think it is easier to handle when you match the seams. I like my pieces to be as flat as possible so I always iron never just press.

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