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    And what design wall would that be? My design wall is the floor in my den, which tells you that nothing stays there very long. froggyintexas

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    Quote Originally Posted by JENNR8R View Post
    I'm working on a challenge quilt. It will have 42 applique blocks about summertime.
    Awesome challenge

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1screech View Post
    Thank you for posting this topic. I love seeing what others have on there wall. Maybe this should be a new category. Moderators.
    I AGREE!!!

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    I have the parts to a BOM designed by Pat Sloan which is presented at the LQS. My is black, white, and lime green. I have a great design wall that mt DH put up for me using ceiling tile panels then covered with flannel.

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    Here's another one on my design wall. It's Star String block from Wombat quilts. I'm really having fun with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jclinganrey View Post
    Here's another one on my design wall. It's Star String block from Wombat quilts. I'm really having fun with it.

    Jane
    I love that block.

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    Jane, it looks like a fun quilt for scraps! Love the secondary design that is emerging.
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    I can't make up my mind what order to put these blocks, lol. Between that and deciding what fabrics to put together for the blocks in the first place, it feels like I've spent as much time deciding as making, lol!

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    Well this layout looks good. Are those actual handkerchiefs? Did you machine stitch or hand stitch them to the base square? Lovely color combinations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad View Post
    Well this layout looks good. Are those actual handkerchiefs? Did you machine stitch or hand stitch them to the base square? Lovely color combinations.
    The hankies are a panel - the pattern for the blocks is free here.
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    Thanks, Knitette.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jclinganrey View Post
    Here's another one on my design wall. It's Star String block from Wombat quilts. I'm really having fun with it. Jane
    Looks like those center strips were cut from a panel of squares sewn together. Would love to see the directions for this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maviskw View Post
    Looks like those center strips were cut from a panel of squares sewn together. Would love to see the directions for this.
    I goggled "Star String Block" and got nothing. Then I goggled Wombat quilts "Star String Block" and found the one in your post. It is paper pieced. This is where I found it: Images for Wombat Quilts "Star String Block"
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    Quote Originally Posted by jclinganrey View Post
    What fun! I truly admire quilters who do applique.

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    Are those your own design? Love them and the colors you're using too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lots2do View Post
    Are those your own design? Love them and the colors you're using too!
    I'm using clip art from the internet. We were given 42 summertime words and a square of fabric. I picked the colors from the fabric I was given. It's a lot of fun!

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    Just checking back in to see more wonderful quilts. Wow to everyone, awesome work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by maviskw View Post
    Looks like those center strips were cut from a panel of squares sewn together. Would love to see the directions for this.
    Actually, the blocks are paper pieced. It's giving me a great opportunity to work on my PPing skills which have been really lacking. The block is numbered, so you sew in numerical order.

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