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    This was one of Moonrise’s medallions. I hope this works for you. I put the scraps in the pkg but maybe a chapstick holder or pen is about all that’s left!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GramE View Post
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    This was one of Moonrise’s medallions. I hope this works for you. I put the scraps in the pkg but maybe a chapstick holder or pen is about all that’s left!
    Beautiful block, GramE.
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    Gorgeous block GramE

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    Good morning. My cold disappeared (hay fever?) so today is looking better. Hav, I didn't notice it originally, but your center of the star is mostly the lighter purple and the rest darker. If you planned it that way, great fussy cutting! If not, it was serendipity. Love this one!
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    I am now finished. Thank you Moonrise and Janice. Here is Jaba's last block.Attachment 617481
    GramE, this is gorgeous. Love the colors with Moon's medallion F8. Beautiful.
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    This was one of Moonrise’s medallions. I hope this works for you. I put the scraps in the pkg but maybe a chapstick holder or pen is about all that’s left!
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    Wowsier going to try and delete picture to see if I can make it smaller

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    Trying again. This was a bug a boo. For Macybaby
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    Wow, Terri, gorgeous! You are one brave lady. I would not even attempt all those curved seams!
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    take time to build memories with the kids

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    Terriamn, your Drunkard's Path is gorgeous! Wonderful piecing. Woo hoo!
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    Great block, Terri. I love the color you have chosen!

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    Awesome Terriamn! All those seams match up to make a Perfect block.

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    One for Queenbarbiej.

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    Great block Gram E, lots of movement.

    Sitting by a small campfire enjoying an adult beverage

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    Quote Originally Posted by terriamn View Post
    Great block Gram E, lots of movement.

    Sitting by a small campfire enjoying an adult beverage
    Thanks. Too hot here today for me to be outside. Going back to make another block after supper.

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    Beautiful blocks being made, ladies! Terri, great piecing on that drunkard's path. Those curves are hard. Worth it, tho!

    Waiting for the heat to break here, so we can have some Fall.
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    Thank you GramE. Wonderful block and color.

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    That's my plan for a couple of nights from now...under a gorgeous CO sky.
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    Great block Gram E, lots of movement.

    Sitting by a small campfire enjoying an adult beverage
    GramE, you made the most of QBJ's f8 with your fabric. I love the mottled look with her fabric.
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    One for Queenbarbiej.
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    This is for Queenbarbiej. I hope the blue is the proper shade. I couldn’t find what you sent so I used the reverse side of one I had that was a shade closer to your sample. It is called the windmill from 100 blocks book 10. My picture looks a bit askew, maybe i’ll Try again tomorrow.

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    One for Hav4boys, finally. I think I’m the only one not done yet. I’m plodding along as fast as life will let me. I’ll be done before the deadline.

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    I love that pattern Grame.
    I still have a few left to go also.

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    Thank you Mona. I was feeling pretty lonely.

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    This is a beautiful block, GramE. I’m not done yet either and won’t be until at least a week from now. No worries! Take every day of the swap period. We had a last minute vakay opportunity so we took it. We’re in Denver tonight and just finished walking miles and grabbing bread, cheese, olives, prosciutto, wine and some other little goodies for dinner. Kind of an in hotel room tapas picnic. De-lish! I’d better be walking miles tomorrow to undo the damage of tonight. Hope you all enjoy your evening.
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    One for Hav4boys, finally. I think I’m the only one not done yet. I’m plodding along as fast as life will let me. I’ll be done before the deadline.
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    GramE, great block.

    Janice sounds like a fun time, how was your Tappas dinner.

    Very strange day here, first it poured with lots of thunder and lightening. Storms cleared up and we were able to pull all the rest of the docks and boat lifts out. We all gathered for a soup festival and started poring agin. Rain didn’t last long and the sun came out followed by massive winds. Pretty strange that the weather kept changing throughout the day

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    Our dinner was wonderful, like the “old” days where we’d grab a loaf of bread, a little cheese and a cheap wine and call it dinner, a fancy one at that. Unfortunately, as a True early bird, I’m wide awake at 3:00 am so I’m reading emails, posts, and checking Pinterest. We had heavy turbulence on part of our flight yesterday. Weather was quite varied between home and Denver. Not, thank goodness, like you had. Glad you were able to have your soup festival (love that idea - is is a soup pot luck?) and pull those docks.
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    GramE, great block.

    Janice sounds like a fun time, how was your Tappas dinner.

    Very strange day here, first it poured with lots of thunder and lightening. Storms cleared up and we were able to pull all the rest of the docks and boat lifts out. We all gathered for a soup festival and started poring agin. Rain didn’t last long and the sun came out followed by massive winds. Pretty strange that the weather kept changing throughout the day
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    Terri, your soup festival sounds like the perfect meal when the weather is being finicky. I've got our Soup Supper scheduled at church for October 23rd, hoping it's going to be a whole lot cooler here by then. I always look forward to that one.
    Janice, your tappas sounds like the perfect picnic for a hotel room! Now that's what I call "relaxing and enjoying" ! Way to unwind.
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    Yes our soup festival was a pot luck of soups, breads and deserts. One bread was more of a sandwich the gal made that she saw on Pinterest. Hawaiian buns split, inside ham and cheese. Top had melted butter, garlic and sautéed onion. Had a sample and it was very tasty. My favorite soups were home made chicken dumpling, potato-sausage- kale and my very favorite tortellini sausage. Some of the others were chili, sauerkraut, wild rice and vegetable. One of the deserts was a fruit cobbler made in a cast iron skillet on an open fire. Great time with friends

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