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August 30, 2016


pam hansen

The blocks look cute. Any idea how long to complete one block?
Look forward to seeing Your Raise the Roof finish.


Very interesting. Do you think it would make a dresden plate without the big center- maybe just a small center? I think it looks fun.


Thank goodness for those brave, skilled firefighters! I'm glad they located the woman who started them!
Knowing what you have to look forward to in the next quilt should inspire you to finish Raise the Roof faster!

Mary Kastner

Very cute block and it looks like an efficient way to do it!


Nancy Watkins

Your blocks look great! My pattern is on its way but need to find the perfect fabric before I start. I am drooling over your it! Thanks for all the info you share!


Love your blocks! And it's great to hear that the pattern is so much fun to sew always good to know.
I'll make the mini soon it's on my list but truth be told I'm much better at appliqué then at curved piecing and since it's the mini it'll be quite fast I hope.
Glad the fire is under controll but isn't it scarry how many people drive under the influence of alcohol and/or drugs and harm others with their stupidity. I hope the woman will be punished and isn't allowed to drive for a long time.


That looks like so much fun! I have a "collection" of fabric that I'm trying to figure out what to do may have answered my question! I believe a pillow may be in the near future for starters!


that block is awesome!! fires, fires, fires. most of them seem to be caused by idiots. so much loss that can be prevented.

saw your Raise The Roof on IG and it is gorgeous(even though i don't like Civil War fabric) ;p


Your Drunken Fans are looking lovely! I look forward to seeing it progress.

Glad to hear that you all are safe in your area.


I wish I would have made mine with those rulers! I really like how your blocks turned out... I just might have to do it again... I really like how the curved edge was pieced! It looks great!

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