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

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    Such nice bright colors, Judith. You and Patti are going to have great quilts. It must be so much fun to have a ''quilting buddy".
    Imagine all the people living life in peace...(John Lennon 1940-1980)

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    Judith--both your and Patti's blocks look great!

    Here is my block for the week....
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    Just beautiful Judith, Patti and carriem! I love those bright colors
    Eat, quilt, sleep, repeat



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    Carriem, your block is great-bright & cheery.
    My friend "forced" me to go fabric shopping with her last week and some Christmas fabric followed me home so I'm going to keep making both colorways a while longer. Here are my week 6:Name:  Rosie6.jpg
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    Imagine all the people living life in peace...(John Lennon 1940-1980)

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    Jan--like your blocks. I think I was using that green batik this morning (working on a table runner for my mom).

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    Lovely Jan! When you're running out of Christmas fabric again you can ask your friend to force you to go shopping again
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    Thank you ladies, I am working on the last four and then I will just put those blocks together without the plain ones inbetween, I will do sashing, so this will be a nice little comfy quilt.....

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    Block on left is OTL, right is mine. What they share is that pattern that looks like coral.

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    Hi All

    All the block are looking great, Here is my week 6 block
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    Such eye candy! I'm startin' ta anticipate Mon.s for these blocks as much as I lookforward ta Tues.s for the PC blocks.
    Darlin' blocks all around.
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    I loooove the blocks posted today!

    Carriem, I agree with JanRN about your block being bright and cheery!

    JanRN, I really do think you are destined to make the two quilts in the two colorways! Try as you might to narrow it down to the batiks, Christmas keeps calling out to you!

    Rosyhf, I have been watching how you are getting your blocks completed . . . . . how inspiring!

    Marne, I especially like the purple with the yellow. I need to go back and look for them in your other posts.

    Lyn Hut, I really like the contrast your block shows. I am using scrappy charm squares for my blocks (which presents another dimension of challenge) and I sometimes feel I don't have the proper contrast. Then I laugh and take my own advise and quit looking so close. When they get put together in a quilt I hope they 'play well' together!
    Judith

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rosyhf View Post
    Thanks Pat, I am using up what I have in that line of fabric and have to get really creative lol....I am bound and determined to stick to just what's left.

    Rosie, I have some of the green little flower fabric is you run short. Would be glad to share with you.

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    Block #6

    Isn't it amazing how different this block looks with the fabric choices we have e made? Way cool! Love them all.
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    Purl--that is a pretty block. I like the black background in all your blocks...it makes the colors pop.

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    Oh my, all the lovely, lovely blocks......

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    Everyone's blocks are beautiful.
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    Everyone's blocks are so very pretty! They all look so different with using different fabrics. I love seeing all the variety!
    I am confused however...if we're on week #6, then aren't we supposed to be posting the one after 1941 Patch, which is Shepherd's Crossing? Did I miss something? My poor brain is hurting over here...so I'm posting my #6, Shepherd's Crossing.

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    Beautiful blocks

    According to the list on page one this weeks block (week 6) is Sunlight and Shadow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anael View Post
    Beautiful blocks

    According to the list on page one this weeks block (week 6) is Sunlight and Shadow.
    Thanks Anael for clearing that up for me. I see that the list on page one follows the 10 inch blocks, but not the 4" blocks, which is what I'm making...my #6 in order in the book is Shepherd's Crossing for the 4" size. Whew! Now it makes some sense to me. It's all good...I'm not sure why the book doesn't show them in the same order for both sizes?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rwquilts View Post
    Thanks Anael for clearing that up for me. I see that the list on page one follows the 10 inch blocks, but not the 4" blocks, which is what I'm making...my #6 in order in the book is Shepherd's Crossing for the 4" size. Whew! Now it makes some sense to me. It's all good...I'm not sure why the book doesn't show them in the same order for both sizes?
    I know, Ronda - isn't it strange? I have been going by the 10" block size list and it is keeping me out of trouble so far. Can't wait to see the finished quilts!
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    Smile All my blocks so far!

    Attachment 369416Attachment 369417Attachment 369418Attachment 369419Attachment 369420Attachment 369421 Finally managed to work out how to upload photos. Am stitching these along with my mum. We haven't had so much fun in ages - each sewing sessions usually results in unpicking, bad language and our laughing so much we are crying. The quilts we make will hold such great memories for us both. Will try and keep posting on a more regular basis - if I can still remember how to upload by next week!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kirsty View Post
    Attachment 369416Attachment 369417Attachment 369418Attachment 369419Attachment 369420Attachment 369421 Finally managed to work out how to upload photos. Am stitching these along with my mum. We haven't had so much fun in ages - each sewing sessions usually results in unpicking, bad language and our laughing so much we are crying. The quilts we make will hold such great memories for us both. Will try and keep posting on a more regular basis - if I can still remember how to upload by next week!!
    That's what it's all about. Wish I could quilt with my mom.

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    Kirsty! I can't open your attachments! I get an "invalid" response. Doggone.
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    I'm not sure why they came up as attachments and not photos like everyone else's - I will have to spend a bit more time playing around with this I think - computers!!!!

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    Kirsty, I was wanting to see your blocks! I loved hearing about you working with your mom. Mom and I used to quilt together, too. Mom gave up quilting a couple of years ago so she doesn't work on them now, but she loves to look and remember our projects together. I will keep looking for your blocks . . . . .
    Judith

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