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Thread: The FWS 30's Quiltalong Week 19 Block 37 Georgia & Block 38 Golda

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    The FWS 30's Quiltalong Week 19 Block 37 Georgia & Block 38 Golda

    So Sorry I'm late in Posting this thread..I've been baking Christmas cookies with my sister in Delaware...
    and also sorry to say I haven't don't these blocks... You can show me yours

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    Mmmm.... I guess everyone is busy and have to make them yet, so its quite all right to be busy with the season, Honchey. Have fun with your sister making cookies!

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    I don't have any cookies but here are my blocks for this week:Name:  37 & 38.jpg
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    Imagine all the people living life in peace...(John Lennon 1940-1980)

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    Beautiful, JanRN. Breathe taking beautiful!

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    My sister and I are planning to bake cookies together on Friday. :-) Here's Georgia. I have Golda 2/3rd's cut...
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    Great blocks Jan and Givio! Love all the fussy cutting!
    "You have enough quilts made when your soul is filled, your creativity satisfied and your fingers just won't work anymore."

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    Here's Golda for your viewing pleasure! :-)
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    Oh wow Givio, that is gorgeous!
    "You have enough quilts made when your soul is filled, your creativity satisfied and your fingers just won't work anymore."

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    Lovely blue Golda, Givio!. Every block of yours look fresh, lovely and perfect!

    Mine is still on the cutting board. No excuses. That is where it is.

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    I didn't think I'd get to these before Christmas, but I'm at that point where I usually am at about this time every year when I have no idea what I'm getting for the last couple of people on my list and I refuse to go wandering aimlessly around stores, so I sat at my sewing machine instead!
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    I am not showing my two blocks until I redo or substitute them. Did something very WRONG with Golda....she does not look like any above that is done so well..... Love yours Katybob. Hopefully, after the break I can do Golda or leave her in the box never to see light!

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    Great job Katy, at least you are caught up.....not like me, but I'm getting there.
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    Katy, that peach, pink, and blue looks delicious. Reminds me of sherbet.

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    Thanks, everyone. I didn't notice some of the points in Golda didn't line up til I looked at the picture. They've since been corrected. I seem to be moving away from 30's fabric and going into the 40's or 50's, but a lot of the fabric used in the book don't look like 30's fabric either.

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    Katybob, I did not notice anything was amiss in your block; looked great to me. Sigh, I cut out the Golda block today... well, I traced the templates to try pp again...and hope it does not go whobby on me. Dh said pp did not do that, but he never saw my block. I printed out our page one to 'look' at for a guide.

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    You all have inspired me to try again. So here are mine after the re-make of Golda: Name:  1-DSCN0317.JPG
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Size:  73.9 KBMay I wish each of you a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. May Good Tidings come your way; and all your family members safe over the holidays.

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    Perfect Golda, QNS, and I love the fussy cutting on Georgia. Such cute little snowman angels!

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    Gorgeous blocks. Thanks for showing them.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Thanks everyone, for the kind comments. I have enjoyed using my Christmas stash; still have one missing tote of the holiday fabric, so I am starting a new tote for Holiday Fabrics!

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    I really like these in Christmas fabrics. Great job on your blocks.
    Imagine all the people living life in peace...(John Lennon 1940-1980)

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    Great Blocks everyone! I love the snowflakes QNS. I will be catching up after Christmas, I fear I am getting quite behind! But I will catch up, I have some time off work coming up soon and I NEED it. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year everyone!

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    QNS, those are soooo cute! Nice job.

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    I'm wishing all of you a very Peaceful Merry Christmas & a Healthy, Prosperous New Year!

    Stay well and enjoy the Spirit of the Season, Anne

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    Georgia and Golda

    I have no idea what week this is since we missed some over Christmas. But here are my Georgia and Golda. Katie
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    Another set of blocks well done, Klgreene!

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