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Bev replied on Sat, Sep 1 2012 11:57 PM

Kudos,to you Judy!!

When I watched, the video I was not even tempted to try it,right now anyway. Maybe later when I am all grown up

Your blocks turned out great and I love the colors. Looking forward to seeing pictures of your quilt. I think next month is putting blocks together.

Happy quilting

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Kris replied on Sun, Sep 2 2012 1:02 AM

Judy T-Bellingham:
I finished the Craftsy BOM September blocks. Not a fun project but I was determined to do it.

Oh my Judy,

these are wonderful. I love your fabric choices. You dis such a good job with these I hope you'll try them again some time.

Drunkard's Path is one of my favourite blocks to make. I made a turtle quilt with it.

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Debra replied on Sun, Sep 2 2012 1:16 AM

Great job on these blocksJudy!

Did you buy a template or use the one in the pattern? Our LQS didn't have one so I guess I have to go to Joanns. If they don't have one I'll have to try the paper one or order it online.

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Judy, your blocks are beautiful! I love your fabrics, looking forward to seeing your whole quilt. I ordered the templates so haven't done them yet. This class is a great skill builder.

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Marie replied on Sun, Sep 2 2012 8:30 AM

Judy, your blocks are just beautiful!  Your fabrics are beautiful!  Great job!

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Wow, Judy!  Your blocks are fabulous.  I decided to bite the bullet and try the small squares, but I would have been much happier had she chosen a larger one to begin with.  I'm going to watch the videos suggested, as I'm really not keen on using 7 pins on each and every square as the instructor suggests.  As you all can probably tell by now, patience is not in my skill set!

 

 

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JAP replied on Sun, Sep 2 2012 8:46 AM

Judy, these are beautiful.  They remind me of a Kaleidoscope. 

I'm behind.  I hope to finish the August and September blocks this month.  I've been working on another project and have not wanted to get out another project...too confusing.

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Debbie (Dainty):
Did you buy a template or use the one in the pattern?

 

Debbie. I traced the paper patterns onto template plastic. That works OK, but not great. The heavy purchased templates probably would have made the task much easier.


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Bonita:
Judy, you may not have had fun making them but they sure turned out beautiful. Love the vibrant colors and the fussy cut pink.

 

Thanks Bonita, but I really didn't fussy cut.  It was an accident that the pink came out the way it did! 


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Kris:
Drunkard's Path is one of my favourite blocks to make.

 

Thanks Kris. I think it would have been easier if I'd had the purchased template. Several years ago I made Drunkards Path in Eleanor Burns Underground Railroad pattern and it was fairly easy. But it was also bigger pieces.


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Pat Lancaster:
I love your fabrics, looking forward to seeing your whole quilt. I

 

Thanks Pat but there won't be a whole quilt from the blocks in the series. I started out with one color scheme and then switched to the brighter Calypso by Ro Gregg. I MIGHT go back and re-do some of the blocks in this collection in order to get a lap quilt size. I really love these fabrics but only have a stack of fat quarters.


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Claudette replied on Sun, Sep 2 2012 11:53 AM

Judy, I would love to see whatever you end up with when you finish your project with the Calypso.  Such fun, bright prints!  I love color - gotta see if I can find me some of this fabric! 

 

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Claudette:
Calypso.  Such fun, bright prints!  I love color - gotta see if I can find me some of this fabric! 

 

Claudette. I bought the 28 fat quarter bundle here:  http://www.fabricquiltshop.com/product-details.php?id=699

 


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Joni replied on Sun, Sep 2 2012 12:44 PM

Judy,

Hi!  Your fabric choice were awesome.  Your blocks look fantastic.  What fabric is the one with the bubbles!

I love back porch designs, she makes doing circles/arcs so easy.  I have 2 sets of her templates, they sure make cutting easy, especially if you have the mat that rotates like a lazy susan.

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Joni:
Your blocks look fantastic.  What fabric is the one with the bubbles!

 

Joni. It's Calypso Packed Leaf by Ro Gregg.  The line is carried at fabricquiltshop.com .  They show two colors and I think mine is #1204222 Calypso Packed Leaf Multi by Ro Gregg for Fabric-Quilt. 

I'd posted earlier that I bought the 28 pack of fat quarters at fabricquiltshop.com.  I didn't. It was a special carried at Craftsy. I looked to see if Craftsy still had it and couldn't find it. 

I also see the line on eBay.

 


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