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Thread: The FWS Pony Club Quilt-Along wk 24 Indian on Horseback & Jewel Photo Page

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    The FWS Pony Club Quilt-Along wk 24 Indian on Horseback & Jewel Photo Page

    Hi, I am working on Jewel right now soooo it's up to you guys to show off! H.

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    Oops No Indian on Horseback

    Here are my blocks for this week, I did another blocks for the Indian on Horseback, a rose horse just seemed too too silly to me
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    Lovely. I am working in roses doing the Chain of love; timeline of my own says finish this week or next at the latest on it...queen size. Its the wedding ring done in the square...done in memory of father-in-law for his sister-in-law.

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    I love your blocks Mirab. I really like your substitute block and your Jewel came out perfect!
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    mirabelle, Your blocks are beautiful!! Great job on them. I like your substitution block. I don't blame you for not doing the Indian on Horseback. I have mine done but it's a weird lookin' thing. Not my favorite block or my best work. I was hoping to see how others did theirs. Will post later.

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    Hooray! I finished Jewel....not perfect ....I'm 1/4" short on one side....I may have to change 2 corners...still thinking about it. Mirabelle, your blocks turned out beautiful...H.
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    Beautiful block Hochey. Love the colors!!

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    I love your Jewel block, Anne. Great choice in colors and I don't see any obvious goofs.

    Here are mine; I think both of these will end up in The Box That Will Never Be Opened.Name:  Indian on Horseback & Jewel.jpg
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    Hi Jan, I think the Indian on Horseback doesn't do any justice to Horse or Indian....I think I like QNS's idea of a hatchet better...although I like my Primitive Horse better than the Indian on Horseback ....who is going to come up with a hatchet block....Nina???? I like your Jewel block Jan, pretty fabric! uhhh......you can send me that box Jan....How many potholders or mugrugs can I make with castaways???

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    http://www.quilterscache.com/I/IndianStarBlock.html is eight inch block. Also almost the same as FWSQ squash block is another choice that looks the same....yes, all some 1600 block patterns are free. I visit & wish every once in a while.

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    JanRN, I really like your Jewel block, it's beautiful!! Great fabric choices on your indian.

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    I haven't got Jewel done yet. It's too hot and we don't have the ac on yet. But, here's my funny looking indian.
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    Nice job, Termi, of piecing the block. Love the background in the block.

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    Termi, you did a really good job piecing your block. I agree with QNS-love the background fabric; it's perfect for Pony Quilt.
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    JanRN, I love your jeweltone block! The fabric is awesome! Very appropriate.

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    I love your Jewel block, Anne. Great choice in colors and I don't see any obvious goofs.

    Here are mine; I think both of these will end up in The Box That Will Never Be Opened.Name:  Indian on Horseback & Jewel.jpg
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    Here are mine for the week...

    presenting... Snake in a Box, and Jewel
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    Thank you, Kathy. Please stop by any time-we show lots of "eye candy".

    OMG Deranged--I love your snake block!! How clever to work in the fabric you're using but to create something personal for your quilt. Great job and great imagination--love it.
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    Sorry, I looked real fast at the s_ _ _ e block....I loathe them... but the block is very creative and cute......I can't even touch a page in a book if I know there's a picture of one on the other side.... I'm going to the quilt shop today to look at some sashing fabric....

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    deranged_damsel, great looking snake block, what a neat pattern. Nice job on both of them.

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    Great snake-in-the-box and jewel block. I would prefer to 'miss' all the snakes, thank you. Seen my share, like them best in the zoo, not in the wild. Always wanted to go to Ireland, where there are no snakes or to Hawaii where there are no snakes. Chances are that I never will go to either one. Love all the blocks shown, maybe I can work on mine next week and catch up again.
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    Everyone has done a great job with their blocks...I especially like the Jewel ones. I won't be making the Indian/Horse one either. I will be substituting with an "Iowa Star" block.

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    Here are my two for this week. I forgot to mirror image when I printed, so my Indian is also facing the wrong way.
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    "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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    Love the 'pale-face' indian; and jewel block is beautiful. Good job on both block.

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    JeanieG, your indian came out really good. At least it looks like a person. And......... your Jewel block looks like a big beautiful jewel. it is gorgeous, love those batiks!!

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    Oops, forgot I have my jewel to post.
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