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Thread: Three of my five (5) Row Robin Blocks

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    WOW...they're beautiful. Now I'm scared that I entered that swap!!!!

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    I like it a lot - one I would enjoy doing too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TFquilter
    Quote Originally Posted by Colorful Quilter
    WOW!! You're doing a great job on your round robin! I am sure that the owner will LOVE it
    Thankyou..this is my row...this row robin closes on December 20th...I am going to do two pieced blocks trying to use some of the fabrics in their dresses to tie the row together...

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    Unbelievable amount of work and detail you put into that. I hope you get mine next time. I'm scared to death.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TFquilter
    Hi...I couldn't wait to post these pictures...my theme is Ladies/Girls past/present, so I did these three...I have to buttonhole stitch around their skirts, embroider all the "lines" etc...but I love them...what do you think ladies?
    And where was she in the summer? Oh in the ocean of course. LOL sorry I couldn't resist. Where did you get this pattern for the women. They are great.

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    Wow, those are gorgeous.

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    Lovely Ladies :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweetness
    WOW...they're beautiful. Now I'm scared that I entered that swap!!!!
    No, no, no...don't you be scared...what i did isn't hard, it's time consuming and detailed...which I like..we all have our own talents...the row robin will be so much fun...glad u r in it.. :thumbup:

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    Wonderful, thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KathyAire
    You are doing a great job on those ladies. I have that book, but probably will never get around to doing them. That is a lot of detail work.
    You are right about a lot of detail work...I have always been detail oriented, so it's right up my alley...

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    Really really beautiful. You have done such a wonderful job.

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    I loe them I have the book and several of the patterns cant wait til I can make them

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    What's the name of the book or what pattern did you use. Would love some info....They are simple beautiful..

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    I have the book, Bonnet Girls: Patterns of the Past, by Helen R. Scott. Is this the resource you used? I just love the book, and I can hardly wait to get started making them!!

    Love your blocks!!! Be sure to show us more pics as you take them! :thumbup:

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    Very nice. Should be a fun one to work on.

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    These blocks are Wonderful!! :thumbup: I do hope you will share them with us again, when they are finished. Nice Work!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    Wish I had your talent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TFquilter
    Hi...I couldn't wait to post these pictures...my theme is Ladies/Girls past/present, so I did these three...I have to buttonhole stitch around their skirts, embroider all the "lines" etc...but I love them...what do you think ladies?
    I knew these would be absolutely lovely from what you said earlier - still hope I get to be in your group. Great job on them - where did you find the designs for these?

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    Nice!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TFquilter
    Hi...I couldn't wait to post these pictures...my theme is Ladies/Girls past/present, so I did these three...I have to buttonhole stitch around their skirts, embroider all the "lines" etc...but I love them...what do you think ladies?
    very nice! I have been wanting to do this pattern but haven't started yet. Maybe one of these days in 2011.

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    They are gorgeous!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TFquilter
    Hi...I couldn't wait to post these pictures...my theme is Ladies/Girls past/present, so I did these three...I have to buttonhole stitch around their skirts, embroider all the "lines" etc...but I love them...what do you think ladies?
    I am so jealous. I haven't started mine yet. I just had shoulder surgery so I have to wait at least another week. I can't put the pressure on the ruler to hold it so I can cut the material. :cry: Wonderful blocks.

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    Love them!

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    oh, those are just beautiful!

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    You do really beautiful work. Thanks for sharing.Sandy

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    BEAUTIFUL job. Soooo nice.

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