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Nov 18, 2007

This Past Project

These are the blocks that my "wacky friends" made at my request. My theme was Texas and my girlfriends really did a great job. Now, I must figure out how to put the blocks together. Want to help me out. Leave your comments and suggestions, please. Help! P.S. Be the 10th commenter and receive 2 fat quarters for your trouble.
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jenclair said...

I love the blocks! Each and everyone is so TEXAS! However, putting blocks together is difficult for me, too. I found myself stalled today over just such a predicament.

:) Looking at the post below, I'm amused to think how much I loved these movies and have to wonder why I haven't ordered some from Netflix for old times' sake... I heard a news item the other day about the Borroughs' family trying to copyright Tarzan's yell. Yeah, right!

Kathy Wagner said...

Wow! Great blocks! I would probably start with putting the Texas map blocks in opposite corners, and the dog and horses blocks in the other opposite corners, and then fill in with the other blocks, sprinkling around the ones that have blue in them.
If you have any pointers about how to put together a bunch of different size blocks, do pass the ideas on to me! I have a quilt (or two) that is stuck!

MOLLY said...

Love your new look--that picture is GREAT! The background is beautiful. Amazing how computer savvy you have become. GREAT JOB!


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