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Thread: Brick Road Sew Along

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    Brick Road Sew Along

    I've been working on a Brick Road Sew Along with Jamie Mueller. I tried to get some of the ladies in my quilt to join but no luck. I don't know why I didn't post it here earlier but here is the blog:

    http://www.jamiemueller.blogspot.com/

    It wouldn't take much to catch up. She just posted the sewing directions on Monday (4-22-13) and I've sewn all 45 blocks in about 4 1/2 hours.

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    Hi Mamaskeeto, I will take a look and see if I can hop on. How are you doing?

    Linda

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    I like that quilt, I may try it.

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    It looks like a fairly easy hilt, and very nice!

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    Looks like a nice way to use up some scraps. Thanks for the link.
    Carol

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    Earlier today I was looking at a pile of my scraps and wondering what to do with them. This pattern would be a good idea for them. Thank You.
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    seems quite easy to do. great design.
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    Love this pattern...going to follow along but not make one.
    Linda

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    Looks like a fun way to use up a lot of different fabrics. I wish she didn't use fancy script on her site as it is hard to read.

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    thanks for sharing

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    That would go fast with a layer cake cut in half. Saving this for future project. Thank You! Dee
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    This is a great fat quarter quilt. Thanks for the invite!

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