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    Super Member Anael's Avatar
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    Thank you Teen and Cathy!!!!! I just ordered 4 more patterns from Jen Kingwell.......
    I was going to purchase a few this Saturday but I found a shop in Australia which is way cheaper, even with shipping! So now 4 more are on their way.
    Which ones?

    Happy Birds
    Bakers Dozen
    Midnight at the Oasis
    My Small World
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    Here's my Star Block. I really like it
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    I wish I had the time to play....I am a Jen Kingwell fan and have 2 of her patterns waiting in the wings. I plan on going sweet tea and green beans, as well as long time gone. And would love to purchase gypsy wife. I have a full time job, a busy family, and a stack of UFOs, so am trying to finish off a few things before starting a new project. I love seeing your blocks, so will sit back and enjoy the show
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    Hi fatquarters! Welcome here and enjoy
    Your day will come too. .

    I've been wanting to do Gypsy Wife for a long time and now it is that time. I had no idea Jen Kingwell has so many beautiful designs so I purchased a few more
    My UFO's don't bother me anymore. One day they all will be finished and if not, so be it!
    That's how I'm feeling right now, maybe in a few weeks that will be different again
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    Wow, love all of the blocks posted will look at picking up a pattern and joining in.

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    Welcome sJens!! So nice to see so many people here!
    What pattern are you going to do? How exciting!!
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    Gorgeous blocks, Anael!! Your fabrics are really beautiful and bright....the Orange block is so vibrant. Love it!! I've been avoiding looking at the patterns you are providing. Lol!! I'm packing and another UPS shipment would send my DH over the bend.....hahaha.... I'm thinking of just shipping to my new address and asking neighbor to stick in her garage until I get there or something. See? I'm so bad...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anael View Post
    Welcome sJens!! So nice to see so many people here!
    What pattern are you going to do? How exciting!!
    The Circle Game Quilt is the one I believe I will try. Love the look of that one.

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    Sjens...that's a cool pattern. New to me so I'll look forward to seeing your blocks... Have your colorway yet or doing scrappy?
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    Worked on my LTG flying geese block today...there are two FG blocks on our June homework assignment...so I’ll cut more tomorrow. Name:  07F6C3F0-A066-4C69-ACFD-594928A846DF.jpeg
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    Jmoore.....looks wonderful. Perfectly done and the fabrics are all so fun and colorful... I have a couple of them in my stash...
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    Great block jmoore! I love the colours and perfect piecing!

    Sjens, can't wait to see your first blocks.
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    I started Long Time Ago, maybe it was last year did not get to far. Maybe this will motion me to take it put and get it done. Making it in all Denyse Schmidt fabric but may change it up quite busy looking.
    ​Christine

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    Hi Christine, welcome!! Nice to see you.
    I don't know that fabric line but will google it Please share what you've done, we would love to see it. At least you didn't say you started Long Time Ago a long time ago
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    Anael, great blocks. I love how cheery they are. And, your piecing is just beautiful.

    Jmoore, your LTG block is gorgeous also. I love all the cheery colors your using. I can't wait to see more blocks. (I just love flying geese.)
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    I've got My Small World quilted and off the frame, so I took some pictures.



    I should have done tighter stippling or something around the dragon, he's hard to see.



    I did a lot of customization with this quilt, and I also used some orphan blocks I had on hand.







    And some fussy cutting for fun.







    My name is Cathy - and I'm addicted to old sewing machines and their attachments.

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    And a few pictures of Gypsy Wife



    My name is Cathy - and I'm addicted to old sewing machines and their attachments.

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    Wow Cathy!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Your My Small World is stunning and hilarous at the same time I saved all your pictures so I can enlarge them and find out what funny things you did !!

    Your Gypsy Wife is beautiful!
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    Today I made a few blocks (some of them the small 3" finished ones), cut some strips and sewed these strips to a block, just to see how it looks
    Here are two blocks I made today.

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    A square in a square with Courthouse Steps

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    Puss in the Corner with borders. I wasn't sure about the fabrics of this one before the borders. Somehow these borders pull it all together so now I'm happy with it
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    The only Jen Kingwell pattern I've done is the beans and tea quilt. I know mine is not so many crazy fabrics but I like it.
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    Hi Jean! Your Tea and Beans is lovely. It doesn't have to be wild and crazy! I love the colours of your Tea and Beans
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    Cathy, I love your Small World quilt. Great job on the customizations. But is the quilting on the Gypsy Wife that has caught my attention. It is fabulous!! I really want to make the Small World Quilt. I think it has bumped the Gypsy Wife off my must do quilt. I am even thinking of different customizations I can do. You have inspired me!!
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    Hi Jean, I love your completed Tea and Beans quilt. I think the fabric choices are perfect!! The quilt is absolutely beautiful. Thank you for sharing your lovely work.
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    Seeing your small world, Cathy, makes me want to try it...I like it better than others I've seen.
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    Stunning work, Cathy. I am in awe of your skills. The little peeps in building windows is darling in your small world quilt. Just love this creation. GW is quilted beautifully. Stunning work...

    Anael...more beautiful blocks. Can't wait to see your GW all laid out. Gonna be a showstopper...

    HI, Jean!!! Your tea & beans quilt is amazing!!! Beautiful colorway...my favorite block is the clamshell block..looks like all the colors of your Quilt top are in that and it pulls it all together. Thank you for sharing...you've inspired me to keep going. I am almost done with Section 4...
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