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Thread: The FWS Pony Club Quilt-Along Wk 32 New Jersey & Norway Pine Photo Page

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    What fabric line are you using? I love it!

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    GG - They are lovely! Just the right amount o' movement & contrast.
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    Great blocks, Ggal. I love the fabrics you chose--lots of movement in both blocks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peggy Jeanne View Post
    What fabric line are you using? I love it!
    I do mostly scrappy quilts and the fabric is from a fat quarter and the selvage is already cut off so I've no way to track down the company.

    Thanks to the rest if your for your kind compliments. OkSewGlad, you give such good feedback with the details you include. I usually can tell when things work together but I can't analyze it the way you do.

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    Aw shucks, you make me blush!
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    New Jersey...this one took some thinking to get in the right order....and to sew on the right line!! Really like the color combo.
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    Carriem & GGal, Great blocks, NJ looks simple enough to do until you turn one section around and sew the wrong piece of fabric ....GGal your block reminds me of the ocean waves at the NJ beach which is only 16 miles from my home ...

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    Your time was well spent, Carrie. You tamed the floral with a piece that reads solid and showed off the pretty flowers in the brown. Thanks for sharing all your pretty blocks today.
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    Oh very pretty block Carrie, and I agree, it was harder than it looks!
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    It came out beautiful!
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    WOW! .... as always so many different looks, with each choice of fabrics.

    Especially love Honchey's exploding chickens .... and I'm not kidding, I really do like the look it gives!!!
    Great job on the directions of each on-point side.

    All are great ... as I said, such different looks and all winners!
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    Norway Pine...I decided to go with a brown trunk instead of making it all one color like in the book.
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    Now that's durn near perfect.
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    Another winner Carrie. I've got fabrics selected and went with a brown trunk too. I think it gives the block more definition rather than just a block with green triangles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carriem View Post
    Norway Pine...I decided to go with a brown trunk instead of making it all one color like in the book.
    CarrieM .... Totally agree on your decision ... and that of OKSGlad.
    After all, a tree has a brown trunk!
    Perfectly Pointy ... and look at that dark blue night sky surrounding it ... works great!

    Looks like you had a very productive retreat!
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    Very pretty blocks ladies. Here are mine.

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    The tree just look right in blue but it goes with the rest of the blocks.

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    Oh I love those blue and tan/beige fabrics, GrannyQ!
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    Great blocks, grannyQ.

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    Love your blues, GrannyQ. Are you in on our extended PC block exchange?? Haven't heard CarrieM mention you yet. If you have not, please do.

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    Who cares if trees aren't blue? Who's going to know the name of the block when they see this beautiful quilt in it's full glory?
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    GQ--hey tress may not be blue, but you found some blue "leaf" fabric so it is great!

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    Oh, oh how purdy. I just love it!
    Carrie has info about the bonus block swap. Please, please, please join us.
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    New Jersey took on a life of it's own.
    The Norway Pine had an identity crisis, and became a Maple Tree!
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    Ohhh love the fabric you used in New Jersey QuiltE. Is that boysenberries? Yummmm! No one will know that is suppose to be a Norway Pine, I like your variation!
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    Beautiful blocks, QE. Love the bright cheery colors. You have been one busy lady! Have you taken time to eat, sleep, or go to the bathroom LOL??
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