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Fiona09/01/2010 21:16:45
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Is anyone else following this? here are my first 2 months - the centre is a block called "Happy Home". I'm using a bundle of fabric I got for xmas.
Irene B09/01/2010 21:26:33
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Fiona this is lovely.  Gorgeous colours.  I'm still thinking about joining this one.
Irene B
pamela jeffrey09/01/2010 21:32:02
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this block is lovely. I never started this.
Bye Pam
Fiona09/01/2010 21:32:48
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Couldn't sleep on Sunday night - combination of my cough and DH snoring....This was the result!
Lady Hopwood10/01/2010 08:46:06
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I need to get this month's issue of the mag so I can see step 2! I've renewed my subscription but I'll miss an issue! Problem is that the place I usually get it from is closed and I don't know who will stock it in the area - grr, why can't life be easy!!!
Margaret S10/01/2010 10:15:08
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Hi Fiona
This is pretty.
There are a number in members' albums. I won't bring mine across just yet. Yours is tasteful, mine is not!!!
Caz10/01/2010 12:08:33
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I am doing this round robin.

Round 1 is in my album. The centre block is called Gentlemans Fancy. AND I am trying to make it out of stash fabrics!!!
Fiona10/01/2010 12:47:01
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I like those colours, Caz!
Lady Hopwood10/01/2010 15:39:05
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I'm guessing that part two is half square triangles! What size (I haven't the energy to count and divide at the moment!)?
Dusie10/01/2010 19:01:26
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They are lovely. Good stash busting - thing is, my stash is so big, it looks like I bought stuff for it, but I haven't. Honestly! I daren't. I am going to try and make it through one year without buying fabric.
Anyway, here's mine. Made this afternoon. Cold is fugging my head up and I was thinking, 12.5 inches, so found a block that measured 4 inches, thought yes, that will fit into 12. So, for some reason, just did 4 instead of 9. So had to figure out setting triangles! My brain was so, so, so, so not up to that today. Then to top it off had to work out a border to make it all fit.
Does anyone else think - "ooh, I must remember to tell everyone on PP that" when they are sewing? See, I spent the afternoon in the same room as my DH and DS, yet neither of them know what problems I was having - didn't think they would be interested - knew you all would.

Ignore the wonky corners, they'll get straightened up. And the centre is called Conneticut Yankee.

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