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Thursday, September 20, 2012

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Wow! I never knew about this site. It is FABULOUS! Thank you for sharing!

VickiT

That's really cool Pat. Thank you.

Yes, it's been fun although a little challenging for me since these have been only my 2nd time making quilt blocks this way and not using machine embroidery on a baby quilt.

I'm not done and sadly, have to admit defeat at this point because I am totally stuck on the sashing instructions. I've got them all cut out but am confused with the way they are written. It's probably good I didn't choose to do the on point layout I had considered doing because I love the look of them or I'd really be stuck probably. LOL

Mary Val

Great idea Pat! I can see I'll need some practice, my drawing is pathetic, lol!

Linda P

Wish I could reach out throught cyber space and give you a huge smoochie!!!
MUAAAAAH!!!!! xo Great site!!

Beth

Wow, thanks for the great idea.

Anna Maria Quagliero

Thank you for the picmonkey! is fabulous!

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