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Thread: Rooster blocks finally put together.

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    Senior Member such a sew and sew's Avatar
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    I really messed up on these. Roosters should be sitting on the bottom of shadow box, but it was too late to change it. Sad about it but life goes on.
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    Those are beautiful!! I have those patterns too, but am afraid to start them - you have given me hope!!!

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    Simply put a short line or two under the feet of the roosters and that will help ground them. It sure is cute. No one will probably notice but you

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    The roosters are wonderful! No one will know that it might have been different, unless you tell them.

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    I love your "mess" - they look exactly right to me!

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    Looks beautiful to me!!

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    Looks great to me. I would have never thought anything was wrong.

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    Wow! Beautiful.

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    I dont think you messed up. I think they look great. Post pic when all finished.

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    I like them how you have them. Chickens are not my thing but I really like these. Lots of details on them:)

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    what a great job you did, I would like to be able to make that pattern,maybe someday...

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    those are some handsom fellas you got

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    Looks great to me. Roosters are gorgeous!

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    I wouldn't have notice had you not mentioned it! Cute quilt!

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    They are beautiful! I want to make some, someday...

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    Quote Originally Posted by debcavan
    Simply put a short line or two under the feet of the roosters and that will help ground them. It sure is cute. No one will probably notice but you
    I agree. You could get creative about what they each would stand on. Rocks? Soapboxes? 8-)

    The roosters are awesome.

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    Looks great to me :thumbup:

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    beautiful.
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    They look terriffic. They are much more "centered" on the blocks this way. Don't point it out to anybody and I'll bet you get great compliments from everybody that sees it. REALLY, it is a fantastic quilt.

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    My!My! I just can't say enough of how colorful and gorgeous those roosters are. What a nice job.

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    Those roosters look a little sassy to me!

    I love all things chicken or rooster, great job.

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    I wouldn't have thought anything of them if you hadn't said. As someone suggested...a line or two under them to ground them. I think they're gorgeous :)

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    Those are pretty spiffy roosters, I like your background fabric also.

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    I think they look wonderful... and I don't think they should have been on the bottom...looks like you are looking out the window in the chicken pen...
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    Judy

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    They are lovly in any setting ( setting ) get it?

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