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Thread: Quilts for Rosie - Weekly Paper Pieced Sampler Quilt Along

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    Ha ha ha, I love your sense of humor Jan, I have to give you alot of credit...You get your blocks done on time...Ihave been very busy cutting Postage stamps for an exchange and I can't see straight anymore....

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    Anna's Choice, 1940 Nine Patch, Sunshine and Shadow, Shepherd's Crossing

    I did these four blocks today to get ahead because stuff might happen and I like to be caught up, just in case. When I did the Shepherd's crossing, I wanted the cross to show and also the patches of earth (flowers), well, that's how I saw the block.
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    Beautiful blocks, Rosyf. You have such nice contrast in all your blocks.
    Imagine all the people living life in peace...(John Lennon 1940-1980)

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    Rosie your blocks are gonna go tagether great! What a beautiful quilt it will be!
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    My initials are BB, so dublb is double B.

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    Love everyones blocks. Had a great long weekend & am trying to catch up on things. Have a great week!
    Patricia Faye

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    Everyone is doing well on keeping up with the blocks and getting ahead too! I will hopefully have my re-do of block #1 and my 2nd one early next week....and then #3 by the end of the week so I can be all caught up.

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    Rosyfh, your blocks are great! By the way, in the top picture to the left, there's an interesting little block...is that part of a turtle or something like it? I just have to know! LOL!
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    Great blocks Rosy!
    Eat, quilt, sleep, repeat



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    Your blocks look great, Rosyhf! You certainly are working ahead! I love the idea of having something to look forward to each week.

    Our friend, Patti, heard from her sister some unhappy medical news. If you are praying folks, please remember them. Thanks, Judith
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    Good Morning-

    I love looking at all of the blocks-you all inspire me to look at different fabric combinations.

    The christmas block did not look "frenzied" to me-I love holly-so I loved it-and how the red popped. I think it is going to be a beautiful quilt.

    I'm still trying to get my second Colorado block done-I've been trying to work a bit ahead as well since the semester will get busier and busier......

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    Quote Originally Posted by rwquilts View Post
    Rosyfh, your blocks are great! By the way, in the top picture to the left, there's an interesting little block...is that part of a turtle or something like it? I just have to know! LOL!
    Thanks Ronda,yes, it is a turtle block out of Block Base. I had something in mind but haven't gotten back to it lol....Here is a link to the tut that I did....

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/tutoria...ut-t92368.html

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    here's block #2....42 pieces of fabric...wow! This is getting interesting. I stayed up all night Sunday night when I couldn't sleep and cut the pieces for almost all the rest of the quilt blocks. I'm enjoying seeing the blocks done in so many different types of fabric!

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    here's block # 2...just posted without it...hope my delete worked. I love seeing everyone's squares.Name:  Mona's choice.jpg
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    Here's Colorado Quilt Square. Sections big enough to show off the bandana print I have in this color selection.Name:  Block 3_Colorado Quilt.jpg
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    Sandiquilts, lovely blocks. I also love seeing all the different fabrics. Today I spent the day printing out all the rest of my blocks and some of them I am using templates and some I am just cutting the patches because they seem easier that way, plus I really like to practice my set in's.

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    Sandi, great blocks. Love the fabrics you used.
    Imagine all the people living life in peace...(John Lennon 1940-1980)

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    All the blocks are looking so fantastic. It is really fun to see the blocks done in so many different fabric variations.
    Have an awesome day!

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    Nice job Sandi! You gals are super early...and I thought I was doing good just keeping up? LOL!
    Ronda





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    2nd Block done

    Finally I got the 2nd block done after several tries and still isn't good. Wow those 4" can be tough.



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    Sorry but can't get picture to enlarge, which could be a good thing that way you quilt police can't see the corners.
    Mary

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    Mary, there are no quilt police here...just us piecers, sewers & quilters encouraging & supporting each other....

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    I thought your block looked great . . . . . then I read where it is a 4" and I looked again and it is fantastic! I still say we are all looking to close when we are working on the blocks-then when we put the blocks together and we look at the whole they are gorgeous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jtquilts View Post
    I thought your block looked great...
    I still say we are all looking too close when we are working on the blocks-then when we put the blocks together and we look at the whole they are gorgeous!
    I completely agree with you, Judith.
    Patricia Faye

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    Name:  Block 3_Colorado Quilt.jpg
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Size:  33.4 KB My Colorado Quilt Block and my Anna's Choice block. Had lots of trouble with Anna's Choice. Seemed to keep mixing up my two fabrics...lots of ripping seams and doing again! Both of these patterns give me the opportunity to use my two larger scale prints

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    Here's my 1941 9 patch. The fabric is a fairly large scale print--medallions--but I think it worked with fairly careful placementName:  1941 Nine Patch Block.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwquilts View Post
    Nice job Sandi! You gals are super early...and I thought I was doing good just keeping up? LOL!
    can't imagine doing 42 pieces in a 4 inch block! Wow! I'm impressed!

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