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Thread: Rhonda's Boston Blocks Tutorial

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    I love your work! I started clicking on the links and printing out the pages...just ran out of ink! I'm on my way to the store to buy more.

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    Thank you gals! I am so glad you can use the tutorials and my shortcuts. I love sharing what I have learned.

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    Marked for remembering!!! What an easy way to do this!

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    That is AWESOME! that is so simplified I LOVE IT!!! now i only wish i wasn't looking while at work...i need to get to my sewing room and make some of these quick!
    (well, in about 8 hours anyway)
    thanks!

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    For anyone who hasn't seen it yet we are starting a Rhonda's Sampler Quilt along. Here is the link

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-56442-1.htm

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    Bought your e book and was wondering if you could help me I have machine embroidered 9 six inch blocks and want to make a babby quilt using the boston block method my question is what size should my blocks be if I Used the embroidered square in the center?

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    Quote Originally Posted by retta97
    Bought your e book and was wondering if you could help me I have machine embroidered 9 six inch blocks and want to make a babby quilt using the boston block method my question is what size should my blocks be if I Used the embroidered square in the center?
    I would think you could use the 6 1/2" quilt block size for the Bostons too. Without seeing how you plan to lay it out this is the best I can do. If this doesn't help you could post a pic of what you plan to do with the embroidered block then maybe I can give you a better answer. Hope this helps!

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    Thanks,Iwill give it a try will not be able to do piecing untill tuesday as have 2 more blocks to embroider and have to work for next three days but will post results thanks.

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    Thank you, you are an angel. God bless. Penny

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    Dear Rhonda,
    I tried to email you privately and it didn"t work so I"m replying this way. I would like to make a 12in.block so whatever templete makes that block I"ll take.Your tutes are great, I hope to get busey soon.Thanks!

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