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Thread: Green and white squares

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    Green and white squares

    Made with scraps from other blocks

    Conventional piecing

    No starch was used in the process

    Have been washed since they were made

    I don't remember if I trimmed the HSTs at the time or not. I sure do now, though.
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    I always see a coin on photos , can someone tell me what that means? Pretty block, too, by the way..

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    Very nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by aneternalpoet View Post
    I always see a coin on photos , can someone tell me what that means? Pretty block, too, by the way..
    It's put there so you get an idea of the size of the block.
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    Nice job, sharp points
    Have a Blessed night
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    Nice!!! As a new quilter, I appreciate seeing how the back looks too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by liking quilting View Post
    Nice!!! As a new quilter, I appreciate seeing how the back looks too.
    Sometimes I learn as much or more from the back than I do the front.

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    Very pretty block. What are you going to make with it?

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    I like it, I love it, I want to see more of it!! Can't wait to see where you to with this. Very nice colors.

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    Very pretty.
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    Double WOW !!!

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    I think the coin is there for perspective so you can see the size. That is beautiful
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    Beautiful block! Thank you for showing us the back side too
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