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Thread: I tried PP for the first time!

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    Thanks to amma's help! :wink: :D

    Tha first block was my practice block, then I did the duck and the dog. I was always scared to try this but it's so easy and such fun! Thanks for looking. :D
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    Those are adorable

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    Very precious! Love them both so much.

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    You did a great job!

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    those are so adorable!!

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    Great job K! The first pp I tried, I ended up reversing colors and not having large enough pieces of fabric. You did good!

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    You did an awesome job! amma is such a great teacher! I tried it too, so much fun! I love the duckie and the puppy!!

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    thanks everyone :D

    Bear - amma showed me a way of printing an extra block to cut up and use as templates - works really well, wastes less fabric and ensures that your scraps are always big enough. :wink: :D

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    Those are so cute. You did a great job for your first time. Your sure it was your first? My first never looked that good.

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    Great job Kathryn!!

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    Cute Cute Cute!!! And its fun too isn't it?? Congrats on taking the plunge!

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    Thanks everyone! Yes Quilt4U they really are the first - there're none hiding at the bottom of the bin that I didn't show you! BUT I had a GREAT teacher! Amma rocks! :D

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    Oh Good for you, k! Your oui oui's are just peerfect! I love the pooch!
    See, I told ya so! (It's sew much fun to say that!)

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    Fantastic job, K, the puppy is just as good as the duck. (which I have already seen) There will be no holding you now. You will be PPing all over the place!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lacelady
    Fantastic job, K, the puppy is just as good as the duck. (which I have already seen) There will be no holding you now. You will be PPing all over the place!

    I hope someone has a bunch of newspaper and a mop! :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :shock:

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    I think I have a new addiction - I've just done a cat as well! :shock: But the battery has died in my camera so I'll post a pic later. :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n
    I think I have a new addiction -


    hahahahahhahahahhahahahahahahhahahahahahhahahahaha hhaha :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    So, do you want the pattern for the September Doll Quilt? ROFLMBO

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    K...all those bits of paper will make great nests for your chickies!!!! So you are into recycling aren't you??

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    Great jog K, way to go!!

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    Great job. PP is relaxing isn't it? :) love your little animals :) :) so cute.

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    They're so cute! You're hooked now! Make more!

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    Very cute and you did a really great job on them!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearpaw
    Great job K! The first pp I tried, I ended up reversing colors and not having large enough pieces of fabric. You did good!

    Finally! Someone else who had trouble! I was begining to think there was something very wrong with me.

    I absolutely love the dog! He just screams to become a block in a little boy's quilt.

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    I love the duckie! :!:

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