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September 29, 2023

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Karen

What a happy surprise to find these pretty blocks! It looks like a Carrie Nelson pattern to me. I look forward to seeing the blocks sewn together!

Stephani in N. TX

Can't wait to see what you make with these. I found a box of finished blocks after I moved, all pinned in order for placement and ready to put together. It was a bright Robin Pickens fabric, a Yellow Brick Road design. I put the blocks together and just ordered a gorgeous Kaffe paisley print for a backing. One finished quilt coming up. Love surprises.

Pam

Love your blocks! I remember starting some of these blocks when Lisa Bongean had a sew along several years ago. I stopped when I had enough for a table runner LOL.

Cathy

I bet someone here remembers all the details of this project and probably has a finished quilt, lol!

Diane

I seem to remember when you were working on this. Many moons ago. It’s so pretty.

T Holzer

What a great find! It feels like Primitive Gatherings to me too so you'll have to post what you find out about the author. It'll be gorgeous, Nicole!

Jan

All I could think of was which is older...Eva or those blocks? What a fun discovery & another UFO for you to accomplish!

Ina

I know...I know. The things I am finding while cleaning/organizing my sewing room. ;p

Debbie Martin

I just saw those on Temecula site the other day! I remember that sew alon!!

sue s

I watched on the Temecula site as she announced every week how many blocks she'd made. (It was awhile ago.) I remember her finished quilt too and it was really amazing. I'm glad you found yours; it will be lovely too with those fabrics!

Debbie R.

Love those blocks! You have so many treasures just waiting to be (re)discovered. I hope that you carry on making these blocks. Can't wait to see the finished top.

Christine Cole

Ha! Finding projects from the past is better than finding $20 in the pocket of a winter coat
you haven"t worn for a year. Those blocks are going to make a beautiful quilt and I can't wait to see them come together.

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