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Thread: Bonnet Girl - 3rd of Series - School Mom

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    Bonnet Girl - 3rd of Series - School Mom

    Hello, Just finished the 3rd block of many in the Bonnet Girl Patterns.
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    Wow! Incredibly detailed! How big is the block?

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    The Bonnet Girl patterns are by Helen Scott. They may still be ordered. There are two books, and tons of individual patterns. Giving this information, because I have had several people ask about the patterns. If you google Bonnet Girls by Helen Scott, it will give you the website.

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    The block is 12 1/2".

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    Another wonderful block!!
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    that is beautiful )
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    Those are so pictorial - sort of a Norman Rockwell feel - to them. Very nice.

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    thank you for the info.

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    It says there are 158 patterns available. I just looked on the bonnet girl site.

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    WOW! Awesome work! Thanks for sharing.
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    This Bonnet Girl speaks to me because I am a retired school teacher. Your work is lovely.

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    Absolutely stunning!!! Love that block, the detail is beautiful. Well done!
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    Wow this is very impressive. You done an excellent job on the details. How long did it take you to make this block?

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    Very nice!
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    fantastic job on your block
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    You really do awesome work!!!!

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    That is very nice.
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    I'm loving seeing each of your Bonnet Girl blocks. Please continue to post your new additions so we can all enjoy. I also think your choice of fabric and colors are what makes each block so unique. I love the almost/sepia look to them. And I absolutely LOVE the little boys hanging sock! Thanks for sharing and inspiring.
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    Awesome. Great detail.

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    Wow, love it.
    learn each and every day,memories or play.

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    Very Very nice I love it

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    Wow I am enjoying all of your posts!

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    You've got me hooked, I can't wait to see the next block. These are great!!
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    Wow love this block and you did a awesome job

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    That is awesome! I love all the detail!

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