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Thread: Bonnet Girls - 12th in Series - The Foundry - only part of the pattern!

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    Bonnet Girls - 12th in Series - The Foundry - only part of the pattern!

    Just finished this block. This particular pattern has more ladies and stuff in it, but I chose to keep it simple, so I didn't do everything that is on the pattern. Hope you like it.
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    AWWW!! so adorable. Great work girl!!
    will quilt 4EVER

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    I love this one.
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    You are amazing!!!
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    I agree... this is just the right amount on this block. And I love it (just like I've loved all the other ones)! You are so talented! I'm impressed!
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    boy these are amazing, you do such good work i love looking at them.

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    wow, very nice!! Please show us more blocks.

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    Great job on your quilt block.
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    very nice..

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    You are making them so fast! This one is great ...

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    Awesome work!!!

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    I like how each of these has a great flow to the clothing, etc. Nice!
    Being skinny isn't easy, so I gave up and opted for being sexy instead. (aunty acid)

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    You are right - there is 'just enough' on that block -

    Lovely work - and you are getting them down so fast! WOW!

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    I love it! Great work!

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    Wow, that is wonderful! You do great work!

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    I sooooo want to do one of these. Was it regular applique? Did you needle turn or machine edges?

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    I love your blocks! Can't believe how fast you're turning them out. Can't wait to see the finished quilt. How many blocks are there in all?

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    Hello, These blocks have been machine appliqued. I can do needleturn applique, but would take forever on some of these tiny details, so am doing them by machine.

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    It may seem that I'm making the blocks fast, but my poor shoulders and neck don't feel like they are going very fast at all..lol

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    I love it. I had a doll carriage like that. Boy, I'm really old!

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    They just keep getting better and better. Thanks for sharing.

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    can i ask you the color of your background fabric,?
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    It has plenty of subject in it. Very sweet. I love the flow of the dress.

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    It's called an antique muslin...I really like it, it gives it an old look.

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    Just Charming...made me smile... lovely block...

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