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Thread: The Farmer's Wife Quilt-Along Photo Page for Blocks 19 & 20

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    Quote Originally Posted by roxannebcb
    Quote Originally Posted by Nanjun
    I've got 8 more of my blocks made.
    Nanjun - your quilts (I assume you are making more than one quilt) are going to be gorgeous!
    I am making only one quilt from my blocks. I have slowed down the last week or so. I had Christmas things to do and now going out of town for a few days.
    Hope to catch up soon. Thanks for your comment.

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    Back from our RV trip. I finished these before I left.

    Block 19
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    Block 20
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    Adorable Jeanie!

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    Blocks 19 & 20
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    I have finally managed to squeeze in blocks 19 and 20, actually there are 2 of 20, one I didn't like so well. The 4" will be catching soon.

    #20 3"paperpieced Churn dash
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    #20 3" Paper pieced Churndash
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    3" #19 paperpieced Checkerboard
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    Wow-these are all great. You have all picked such nice colors and are doing such a great job.

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    My sewing marathon continues...I finished 19 and 20 and 21.

    I liked doing both of these, but I see that corn and beans lurking ahead! :-(

    Checkerboard
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    Great blocks Nonnie!

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    Here are my 4" # 19 and #20. I got to looking and had somehow managed to skip over them. So now they are here.
    Also, when I printed out these two I printed them from a copy of the pattern I had printed out instead of my normal print from the companion cd and they were both about a 1/4" too big. So I'm wondering if maybe this is what is happening to others when thiers are turning out a touch big or small. I redid one of these printing directly from the cd and it is perfect. Just wanted to let everyone know what might be happening if they are coming out big.( I have four that I just did that are big because of this)

    Block #20 Churn Dash- 4" Scrappy
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    Here are my 4" new and now the right size blocks # 19 and #20. almost the same colors as the first bunch that were "too" big.

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    Block#19 -4" Churndash-Scrappy
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    Blocks 19 & 20
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    very pretty!

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    Thanks!

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    Hi QWC, You have really been busy!!! Your blocks have a really nice variety of fabrics and color.

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    Thanks! I figured that I'd pull anything & everything from the stash for this one. Planning on some 30s & batiks, too. After all, farmer's wives have been here through it all, too.

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    Vary pretty blocks everyone.

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    Here are my Blocks
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    Very pretty--you're moving right along! I thought these blocks were addicting; I couldn't make just one a day-usually did 2 or 3. Of course, I love making blocks; hate the quilting part! Keep going and showing us your progress.

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    Wow peppermint 31 - I really like your unusual color scheme on these blocks. It's really cool. I had a total slow down for a few months but getting started again.
    Roxanne

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    I am also just getting back to it. Got 4 done this week!!!

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    Your blocks are so lovely. You did a wonderful job of piecing and they look so soft and cool.

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    I just love these two blocks! I just looked through all the pictures and WOW these blocks are pretty.

    I couldn't resist adding a picture of our foster kitten who is trying very hard (and failing miserably) at learning how to be a quilting kitty. I can't imagine quilting without at least one cat in the room.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fryguymoore
    I just love these two blocks! I just looked through all the pictures and WOW these blocks are pretty.

    I couldn't resist adding a picture of our foster kitten who is trying very hard (and failing miserably) at learning how to be a quilting kitty. I can't imagine quilting without at least one cat in the room.
    Hi Fry, Both blocks are great but the second one is an EYE Popper... love, love, love it. I also love the orange kitty. Anne

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    Hi Again, the fabric on your cutting mat would look great in the Pony club quilt. Just think the purple is the dusky sky with stars and cacti all over as your looking up sitting around the campfire.

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    Love your purples! Churn dash is my favorite block and you did it proud. Your selection of purples is awesome!

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