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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenniky View Post
    Oh Wow great blocks and quilt sharing everybody.. I love them all. Here is my Sept Maple Leaf block I also used the pattern for 12" from Quilters Cache.

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    Jenniky..............Your September Maple Leaf block turned out gorgeous too!! I also like the twelve inch Q.C. block pattern. I have noticed that you aren't posting on this thread as much. Where have you been? I happen to know that you are involved with several other projects, as well. We have missed your bright & shining little face. Hope you are keeping up with all of your projects!!
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    Hi Sulabug, All of my projects plus regular life events have kept me extremely busy and I have had less computer time as a result, I have been reading but not replying much. The up side is I have learned so much about quilting, the down side obviously I have not had as much time to interact with all my friends on the Quilting Board. Hopefully the end of October most of my current projects will be complete and as I am not planning on taking on any new projects until next year I will have more time in the following months. It's nice to know Im missed. Warm Hugs Everyone
    Have an awesome day!

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    Kensington, Where did you get the patterns for Oct., Nov, & Dec? I love them & wouldn't mind adding them to at least 1 of the 4 I'm doing.
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    Kensington - I Love your quilt. Those last 3 blocks are amazing! Can't wait to see the quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimiknoxtaylor View Post
    Kensington, Where did you get the patterns for Oct., Nov, & Dec? I love them & wouldn't mind adding them to at least 1 of the 4 I'm doing.
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    Well, I did not use a pattern for Oct. I had seen several versions of the Witchy Sue and thought it was cute. And someone had mentioned there being a pumkin block for Oct.. and my mind got going and I drew that up myself and made my own pattern with velum. I enlarged it. I appliqued that one on. The November block is called "Autumn Leaves" and I found it a couple of places on line. "Quilt in a day" has it and in video talks about adding the turkey to it as you go. But, it's a leaf block. It comes out set on the point after piecing, but I wanted mine square for this, I got out my wonder cut ruler and added triangles to give me a square. Also, Quilt in a day, gives PDF pattern you can copy, but I enlarged mine by 1/2 inch. So my turkey went from top to bottom. I found the Santa Face on Quilters Cache, it's a 12 inch.
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    Any ideas on sashing? Can't decide, do I want black, a dark or light solid, a check, or print... probably not flowers. But, what? Something light and bright or more subdued?
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    I think dark so you blocks will pop. Or maybe you want to do an attics windows. I did my DGS Lego quilt and it really gives depth.

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    Attics window is an idea. I'll have to think about that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kensington View Post
    Well, I did not use a pattern for Oct. I had seen several versions of the Witchy Sue and thought it was cute. And someone had mentioned there being a pumkin block for Oct.. and my mind got going and I drew that up myself and made my own pattern with velum. I enlarged it. I appliqued that one on. The November block is called "Autumn Leaves" and I found it a couple of places on line. "Quilt in a day" has it and in video talks about adding the turkey to it as you go. But, it's a leaf block. It comes out set on the point after piecing, but I wanted mine square for this, I got out my wonder cut ruler and added triangles to give me a square. Also, Quilt in a day, gives PDF pattern you can copy, but I enlarged mine by 1/2 inch. So my turkey went from top to bottom. I found the Santa Face on Quilters Cache, it's a 12 inch.
    thanks, Kensington. found the turkey @ www.quiltinaday.com and the santa @ quilters cache.
    Still haven't come across the pumpkin but probably can come up with one
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    Here is my September Maple Leaf Block.
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    Very, very pretty...love the batiks..Great job Jeanie..

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    Quote Originally Posted by mimiknoxtaylor View Post
    thanks, Kensington. found the turkey @ www.quiltinaday.com and the santa @ quilters cache.
    Still haven't come across the pumpkin but probably can come up with one
    I drew my own pumpkin. I have a sketch pad and I draw on it all the time, I drew my own Hot Air Balloon and the Heart Block for February.

    I drew the pumpkin, and then when I cut it out, I cut one of the sections a different fabric, darker orange. HTH. That block is applique.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JeanieG View Post
    Here is my September Maple Leaf Block.
    JeanieG...............Your September Maple Leaf block turned out just perfectly!! The batik fabric you used for the leaf part is gorgeous. It just make your leaf look perfect!! I also love your background fabric, it goes so well with the batik leaf fabric. Thank you so much for sharing with all of us today. Now you can rest until the October block is posted!!
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    Jeanie, Great color for your leaf. Really looks like fall.
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    My September block. Though I love a good challenge, it was nice to make this nice simple, easy block
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    I love your leaf fabric Carol! So pretty!
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    Rich color, makes a good block.
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    JeanieG and Rural, great blocks. I so do love fall colors. I am already wondering what fun square is planned for October.
    Have an awesome day!

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    Oh dear, I haven't been here for a while and look how many beautiful blocks there are! Thanks for showing!
    Kensington, you're way ahead of us all. Great blocks, can't wait to see the finished quilt!

    I wonder what next month will bring us Any clues SulaBug?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rural01 View Post
    My September block. Though I love a good challenge, it was nice to make this nice simple, easy block
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    Carol............your Maple Leaf quilt block for September 2012 has turned out beautiful. What pretty leaf fabric you have used for the leaf part of your pattern. It couldn't have turned out any nicer. Thank you for sharing with all of us. Good Job!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anael View Post
    Oh dear, I haven't been here for a while and look how many beautiful blocks there are! Thanks for showing!
    Kensington, you're way ahead of us all. Great blocks, can't wait to see the finished quilt!

    I wonder what next month will bring us Any clues SulaBug?
    Anael............I was beginning to think no one was going to ask for a clue yet!! Now, let me see I could give a little hint or two!! The October block has two parts to it. Does that help out for now?
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    Oh well SulaBug, not really I can't even imagine one part, let alone two LOL LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by SulaBug View Post
    Anael............I was beginning to think no one was going to ask for a clue yet!! Now, let me see I could give a little hint or two!! The October block has two parts to it. Does that help out for now?
    Come on, Sulabug - give us more!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by lovelyl View Post
    Come on, Sulabug - give us more!!!!
    Give us more, you say!! This is a hard one without giving it away, but here goes. The two parts or half's are pieced blocks & they have two different size objects in them. One half of the block has a large object in it & the second half of the block has a smaller object in it. Now this should almost give it away!! Let's see what you can come up with this time. Have FUN!!
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    September BOM

    Here is walk-n-roll's September block. Isn't it pretty? The colors aren't as bright in the picture as they are in person.
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