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Friday, February 28, 2014

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Maureen

Yes, I cut my strips and now must redo rounds 3 & 4.

dianna eickhorn

ok! thanks for the tip! going to go see what I come up with this month :) having too much fun...in quiltland.

ChristaQuilts

Great color scheme and what a fabulous block! Love seeing your process too!

Nina

Thanks Pat for the kind words! You'll get a laugh out of what I'm going to tell you...didn't realize until this block why the name of your fabric line was 'bobbins & bits'....just noticed the bobbin in the daisy...am I slow or what? ;-D

Catherine Hoehn

Choosing fabrics and colors for each part of a block is fascinating. I usually feel as if I need to make multiple blocks to see what happens to the design when different choices emphasize different parts of a design. I am already planning on redoing a couple of recently sewn blocks.

Wendy Hunt

I found both blocks and printed the instructions. Can't wait to get it done.

PatSloan


let me know you found the pattern


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On Fri, Feb 28, 2014 at 8:08 PM, Pat Sloan pat@patsloan.org wrote:


Susan did you see this?


CLICK HERE to read my interview with Emily,learn who the woman is that inspired this block, and pick up the pattern for block after her photo at the end! TIP - you can always get to all the designer interviews from my Aurifil BUTTON on the right side bar.

http://auribuzz.wordpress.com/category/designers-of-the-month/

this is where it links to.. the pattern is AFTER THE INTERVIEW under the BLOCK

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PatSloan

Nina what an amazing story and amazing friend. Thank you for sharing it with us! big hugs!

PatSloan

If you need to know where the block is.. the link is in this sentence of my post
"CLICK HERE to read my interview with Emily, learn who the woman is that inspired this block, and pick up the pattern for block after her photo at the end! TIP - you can always get to all the designer interviews from my Aurifil BUTTON on the right side bar."

http://auribuzz.wordpress.com/2014/02/28/march-designer-of-the-month-emily-herrick/

The measurement has been corrected, thanks!

Marianne

I just made this block and the third round is wrong! It should be 9.5 inches long. Then the fourth round should begin with the first two pieces at 9.5 inches long also.

Nancy

I agree with kristie...i had to cut 9 1/2 to make it fit...this was afte i toolkit all apart...turned out pretty though.

PatSloan


Susan did you see this?


CLICK HERE to read my interview with Emily,learn who the woman is that inspired this block, and pick up the pattern for block after her photo at the end! TIP - you can always get to all the designer interviews from my Aurifil BUTTON on the right side bar.
http://auribuzz.wordpress.com/category/designers-of-the-month/
this is where it links to.. the pattern is AFTER THE INTERVIEW under the BLOCK


Pat Sloan - The Voice of Quilting
Host of American Patchwork Quilting Radio -

My website - My Blog- BOOK ME TO TEACH - On Facebook
My Online Quilt Group - Radio Show lists- On Twitter- Flicker

Susan Smith

I must be really stupid, how exactly do you find the Aurifil block of the month?

Margie Brecik

I love the way your block turned out. Must get started on mine

Cindy in TN

I love your daisy center!

Peggy

I should have previewed my spelling :(.

Peggy

It's always interesting to me how a designer arrives at their choices...great block! It's fund to see them all together. Oh good, now I can jump on mine. Have a great vacation!

Maureen

Yes, I like to get ideas for constructing blocks. Thanks for your input, and fun block.

tubakk

I'm so ready to do this block. Fun to read about your fabric selecting. Thanks.

Judy C

Wow, that block is perfect!!!! I love the choices you made....now I want to do one too!!!

kristie

Hi there...can you check the math on the block?
For round 3 I think it needs to be 1 1/4" x 9 1/2" and then fixed for the fourth round. Thanks.

Sheila

Love your block and yes I really do like when you show how you decide on your fabrics !

Stephanie

Love the fussy cut flower of your new fabric. A perfect and very happy center!!!

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