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Friday, July 17, 2009

Around The World Block


When Courtney from Around The World Quilting Bee asked each us to make a block that told her something about our self, I was stumped. This is what I came up with. When I put the picture on our Flicker group pool and asked the others what it said about me, I was surprised at how closely they came to what I had intended to say. So, I guess this block can’t be too bad. In fact I kind of like it. Hope Courtney does too.
Check out Empire’s BOM. Very nice block and looks like it’s fun to make.
Hope you have a nice weekend. Happy Quilting.
Caroll

2 comments:

Scarlett Burroughs said...

Thanks for mentioning Empire's BOM, since it led me to the Sugar Stick quilt. I mentioned that you were my source on my post today
http://quilting.craftgossip.com/bom-sugar-stick-quilt-block/2009/07/19/
Nice job on your block.
Scarlett Burroughs,
Quilting Editor, Craft Gossip

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