Harriet's Journey BOM

Old 04-10-2021, 02:16 AM
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Hi everyone, that first month has just flown by hasn't it ? Here are the next eight blocks !

Week 5.

D3, Far West. P 39

D7, Four-Patch Star. P41


Week 6.

F4, Migration. P51

F9, Nine-Patch Frame. P54

Week 7.

H5, Rocky Road to Salem. P64

H9, Saw Mill. P67


Week 8.

J2, Treasure Chest. P 77

J9, Woven Patch. P 82.


I look forward to seeing them. Here are my blocks !
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Old 04-10-2021, 02:22 AM
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Here are the next four blocks.
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Old 04-10-2021, 02:41 AM
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Thanks, Dotty! Your blocks look great.
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Old 04-10-2021, 03:11 AM
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Oh, happy dance!! I am ready to make a couple of blocks this week-end. Your work is so perfect and lovely. Thank you for the next steps in our journey with Harriet.
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Awesome! Perfect day for sewing. We were planning to go strawberry picking with friends but woke up to hail and 3 inches of rain. Lots of lightening. Do strawberries float? Instead of picking and lunch, we are doing lunch then picking. Need my wellies on. Y'all have an awesome day.
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Thank you, Dotty! You're blocks are beautiful.

I'm about half way through pressing my lighter blues, then on to reds/pinks and neutrals.
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I've got my pages printed out and ready to start cutting. I've got the kindle version so I draw them up in EQ8 and print them off to work with.
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Old 04-11-2021, 10:25 AM
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Thanks all ! Some of our quilt shops will re - open this week after the lockdown. I need to safely go Moda shopping LOL, but I will wait until the immediate rush back to the shops slow down !!! Hope to got to pick your strawberries Tish !
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Yes! Thank you DottyD, it was cool, cloudy and an all around perfect day to be outside. 15 quarts sliced and frozen. I didn't want that many but that is the way it goes.
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Just got back from a retreat where I finished the last 2 blocks for March and 4 of this month's blocks! I needed access to a printer for the foundation pieced blocks or I would have had those done too. Pictures coming soon, I promise.
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