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Thread: The FWS Quilt-Along Week 18 Block 35 & 36 PHOTO Page

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    Senior Member Robinlee's Avatar
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    I don't either have these done...........I am officially in our new "fixer upper" house. I haven't been to work on these since, I did #23. So hopefully will get back on track soon. Still need to unpack sewing room, thanks to "our help" I am having to replace the shelf holders for the bookshelves, so I can't put anything out..........sorry just venting.

    they are look great.......hope to get started soon.

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    Evie,
    I love your colors!

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    Jeanie G
    Awesome blocks!

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    Not so happy with these in particular, but not unhappy enough to redo them. I figure w/the quilting the imperfections won't show nearly as much - and with all hundred+ blocks being scrappy, all the color groups will blend Ok in the end.... Seems like I hand stitched my handle on the other flower basket down from the bottom side first, then it pulled a bit when I stitched the top so this time I stitched from the top first, and the fabric didn't lay flat at all. I'm also not real thrilled w/the colors in the flower garden path, but the template was off for the basket bottom & after I trimmed it down lost some of the print was going for.

    It was a productive Thanksgiving break & I was happier w/the results from the next two tho. Will post those after I get back from the g'kids this weekend. And by then we'll be into finals week & all the grading will be done.... Yeehaw!!

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    Very pretty-I love the aqua fabric. Everyone's blocks look so nice. I don't think I've seen any duplicate fabric??? Love them all.

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    Beautiful blocks everyone.

    I love your colors JeanG, especially on 36!

    Evie and Aunt Jo, your 36 blocks are especially nice.

    I'm enjoying all the different ways the blocks are made.

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    Replacing 36 with an Army block in 30's fabrics (this is just an example of the block). Also replacing the basket with the 4H block. Playing fast and loose with the rules, baby.

    My blocks are better next week but whoever came up with block #38 should stay off the morphine.
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    You're a rebel Pookie!! Love the changes you made. I've never seen a 4H block-now I've learned something new today. Very nice blocks and it personalizes your quilt, too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pookie ookie
    Replacing 36 with an Army block in 30's fabrics (this is just an example of the block). Also replacing the basket with the 4H block. Playing fast and loose with the rules, baby.

    My blocks are better next week but whoever came up with block #38 should stay off the morphine.
    Hi Pookie, I could also use the 4H block as my signature block couldn't I? I'm back from my trip. Anne (honchey)

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    You rebel you Pookie! LOL! Great blocks!

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    Love them!

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    Honchey, Honchey, Honchey, Honchey! Yep, your signature.

    4H and the Army block are two of my all time fave paper pieced blocks. Simple yet interesting en masse. This particular Army block is unlike the one all over the net. From Blockbase, it creates an X in the design when used as the only repeated block. Wish my name started with an H.

    "4H Quilt Club" is in Blockbase. Didn't see its exact match for free while searching the net. Easy peasy paper piecing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pookie ookie
    Honchey, Honchey, Honchey, Honchey! Yep, your signature.

    4H and the Army block are two of my all time fave paper pieced blocks. Simple yet interesting en masse. This particular Army block is unlike the one all over the net. From Blockbase, it creates an X in the design when used as the only repeated block. Wish my name started with an H.

    "4H Quilt Club" is in Blockbase. Didn't see its exact match for free while searching the net. Easy peasy paper piecing.
    I have a 6" paperpieced 4-H block that I received the pattern for from another block of the week that I am doing(Wisc. Barn Blocks). But I think she originally put it on EQ when she made it for the weekly thing. If you are interested in it let me know and will send the blog.

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    Is it like this one?
    http://www.quiltblocklibrary.com/quilt/4H/351/

    Those are the only two I've seen.

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    Here's my Army block as replacement. Sorry about the double posting but I clean forgot why I came to the thread in the first place. :0D
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    Such nice blocks. Oh to work on mine.
    Finals are almost over, two more days, then work on choir robe stole's (collars) then quilt. Oh yea, have to decorate sometime for Christmas. I yah yah! I need two of me.

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    I need two of you, too. My to do list is two years long.

    I found the block, Jag!
    http://cre8tivequilter.blogspot.com/...th-county.html
    Look at how cute it is on that building.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pookie ookie
    Is it like this one?
    http://www.quiltblocklibrary.com/quilt/4H/351/

    Those are the only two I've seen.
    No it looks like the one you posted here with the h's but in green and white fabrics
    I really like your army block!
    OOPS!! I didn't read the rest of the post before responding that you found it, if my thinker would of been working I halso have a thing(gadget) on my blog that you could of clicked on to get there.Sorry
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    The gadget on your blog might have been how I got there. I don't remember! lol Love your block.

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    Pookie Ookie I really like your Army block!

    Chug, chug....... I worked on these two off and on all day or should I say # 36 . Two more to go.......Yeah!!!I can I can I think I can.......
    Here are my 4" # 35 and # 36 Blocks in Scrappy Fabrics. I had a harder time on # 36 on this set for some reason, the 3" was was much easier! I think I will do another because I don't like how the points and all came out on it, very Wonky.

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    4" Block #36- Flower Garden Path- Scrappy
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    Very pretty, Judy-all your blocks are. I especially like the aqua fabric in #35.

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    Thank you JanRN,
    That was a fabric I fell in love with at a "lowering my stash sale" a gal had at a motel this past summer that I just couldn't pass up.

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    I guess I missed one set!
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    Pretty, Pretty!

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    Here are my 35 & 36.

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