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Thursday, January 26, 2012

And The Beat Goes On.....








Rose and Star
mary

edit: sorry...I should have mentioned again the block party I am having so much fun with....thanks clare!


24 comments:

  1. Love the fussy cut cat! Very cute!

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  2. Well having 9 cats residing at my home...it would be difficult to say...that I don't love cats.. I adore cats! ..and I totally love what you have done here! Your brain must be in complete color mode....such Happy work!!! You are total inspiration for me!!!

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  3. question...I am a new EPP'er and my basting stitches do not show on the front, but are on the back. Is that ok?

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  4. i love how you pair your fabrics/colors together! so bright and beautiful!

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  5. The black kitty is cute but I love the fussy cut checks and outer pentagons! Fabulous!

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  7. loving the fussy cutting here! these blocks you are making are wonderful!

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  8. Hello Kitty (I'm waving back). The fabrics you have chosen for this block give a 3d effect!! Your fussy cutting is fantastic!! You're having fun with these blocks!!

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  9. This is such a fabulous block. Have you designed it yourself or is it a recognized quilt block? If not, do you have plans to write a tutorial?

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  10. This is such a fabulous block. Have you designed it yourself or is it a recognized quilt block? If not, do you have plans to write a tutorial?

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  11. So cute- love the happy colors and the little fussy cut kitty!

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  12. Hi Linda! It is part of the on-going Rose and Star Block Party at selfsown....you can link up and join the party here
    http://www.flickr.com/groups/rosestarblockparty/

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  13. Hi, a question for Mary: can you tell me more about the red/pink/green fabric around the outside of the block, it looks like a plaid with rickrack across it? I know I've seen this somewhere recently but failed to bookmark it. I'd love to know who makes it, the line it's part of and if it's current or older. Thanks so much!

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