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

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    Thank you! Now I best get back to the next block. I forget what it is called something like Tiny Block Wih A Million Pieces or something like that :)

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    I really like the bright colors you're using-you're going to have a very vibrant quilt! Great job.

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    #19 Checkerboard
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    #20 Churn Dash -- the kitten is sitting by ready to lick up any drips from the buttermaking!
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    Very pretty blocks QuiltE. Love the little fussy cut kitten. Keep those pics coming-love looking at them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by janRN View Post
    Very pretty blocks QuiltE. Love the little fussy cut kitten. Keep those pics coming-love looking at them.
    Unfortunately, she's not too clear .... I thought it was cute fabric, though once you start looking at it at little more, the kittens on it are kind of foggy!! Three sets are up now, JanRN .... two more to come for sure, and I have another set that I haven't photo'd yet.
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    Another great pair Quilt E. This is taking me a while to look at because I'm going through the whole thread before. Fabric variations and placement are just wonderful on all of them!
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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    Another great pair Quilt E. This is taking me a while to look at because I'm going through the whole thread before. Fabric variations and placement are just wonderful on all of them!

    I know what you mean about how long it takes. It always takes me a long time when I put the new pics up, too, as I also take time to enjoy viewing all the others too!
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    These were fun to do weren't they?
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    Those are great blocks, OK. I like the way you did the postage stamp, that's the right name isn't it? Those pinks are so sweet. Don't know the name of the other block, short of getting up to look for it, is so soft and pretty. You did a great job combining colors and light/dark. Good job!

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    QNonnie ... pssssst ...... names of the blocks are at the top of this page, with my posted blocks!!


    OKSGlad ... your blocks have such a fresh look to them. Remember what I "used" to think about CW! Yes, they were fun ... and oh so nice to have a couple of simple ones, once in awhile! Of course, you particularly liked the HITBD aka CD block! What? no cow in the barn door?
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    Thanks, ladies! Not sure if there's a cow on any CW fabric LOL!
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    I just couldn't resist the suggestion!
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    **Gasp** I think you're churn dash ( or whatever it's called here) is gorgeous. Churn dash is one of my favorite blocks. Wasn't the postage stamp fun? I really liked that block.
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    Thanks, QNonnie.

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    Like the bit of green you put in. And yes lovely Churn Dash, a favorite of mine as well.
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    Oh so nice ... we've all got our likes about this pair ... and I like how the sashing/cornerstones are blending with it. Who would have thought that rusts and pinks would look so wonderful together? Certainly not I ... just goes to show that everything does and can go together!
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    It's funny how a picture brings out a different color. What looks pink in the background of the first block is more of a taupe, not so pink. I'm very happy with how the sashing is working out. When I had the blocks in my design wall last year, it made such a pretty frame.

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    GGal ... You are not alone, as I've had a hard time with my photos showing colours somewhat near to the right thing too. I think I found a spot where it's working, though when I get back on the PC trail, and now that it's summer, I just might start taking them outside for their photo ops ... as usually the outside pics give pretty true to the real thing for colours.
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    Here are mine
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    These look so crisp and clean, Anael! Delightful.
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    Thank you
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    I like your blocks Anael. Are you using white for background for the entire quilt? It sets off the design of the block.

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    So pretty with such a fresh look, Anael!
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    Thanks all!

    @ggal: yes I plan to do all background in WOW. For some of the blocks I use another background like with Bizzard's Roost and Butterfly at the Crossroads because WOW can't be used there IMHO but that's ok.
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