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Thread: My first ever Paper Pieced project.

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    Great job. I've not done FPP yet. I've got many blocks I could try too. Just been too intimidated. Thanks for showing me what I'm missing out on...'cause that block is beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old man- New quilter
    Thanks all, ... it really is my first attempt --- found out that I really LIKE PP. Not bad for an old man that started quilting about 10 months ago, huh??
    That is a beautiful job. By the way, I lived in Kirkland, Washington. We may have been neighbors.

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    I just started pp also...you did a great job.

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    What a beautiful block and done so well. I plan on doing paper pieced someday.

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    WOW! That is beautiful. :-D :-D :-D

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    You did fantastic for your first time!! I started PP before I had ever heard about it or read about it or became popular. I began on typing paper and graduated to clothes dryer sheets as now I just leave it in; no paper to remove plus it smells great and gives stability! It's definitely not hard for all you who are reading this. Give it a try! You will like it and you will succeed like him! Great job, btw!! :D :D

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    Great job. Love the colors.

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    Oh, WOW~~ this is lovely!!

    Keep up the good work, and be sure to share
    it with us.

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    Your block is beautiful !!! I hope you make a quilt with it, it would be awesome looking. Good for you !!!

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    it looks great

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    beautiful

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    It's beautiful. I love the color combination. ea

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    I agree 100% with n2scraplvr, the more you do it the easier it is to do!

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    Very nice!

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    Very pretty; I love the way the black print fades into the background!

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    You did a marvelous job on it! I love your fabrics and how you put the colors together. Bravo!

    I've only done a few things with paper piecing. After a little bit of a rocky start, I've learned to really enjoy it.

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    beauitful well done

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    Boy are you a brave person!!! I have done a little bit of PP and I love it, but I've not done anything that looks as complicated as what you did. That is very cool!!! I love it!!! Keep up the good work!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Old man- New quilter
    Thanks all, ... it really is my first attempt --- found out that I really LIKE PP. Not bad for an old man that started quilting about 10 months ago, huh??

    "Not bad" is really putting it mildly!!! It's awesome!

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    Very Nice! Glad to see work from another newbie man quilter, I am doing my first PP project now. Hope it comes out as good.

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    Wow, that is a stunning pp block. You did an AWESOME job for a new quilter.

    debra

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