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26 June 2010


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The fabric in the block looks vaguely familar...esp. the iguanas...what great taste in fabric this Jane must have ;-) The best part of the block is the FMF in the center. Great job Penny...love it! Please post pics on the Ning site if anyone else brings a block.


Wow - that's pretty! I love scrappy, and what a good idea to pass them around!


Great idea... we do something similar with our monthly EfemeraInk group... I was in Denver this time last year!


I don't think it's possible to make an un-pretty dresden. :o)


That looks so cute! Oh I love the gecko fabric!


Great job with some not so great fabrics. Your choice for the center was icing for sure. I really like what you did with it.

Robyn of Coffee and Cotton

Very pretty. I have a huge stack (50+) of Dresden blocks from the 1930's.. that seem to be have sewn together incorrectly. Can't figure out how to applique or turn the edges.


love this idea!! i'm going to introduce it at my guild.


My quilt meeting is tomorrow. What a great tradition. It is so wonderful to meet together with great women

Mom Wald

Love, love, love this!!!

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