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TTMT #578 – Orphan Blocks Are Back!

I was a little bit busy this last week. 😀

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12 thoughts on “TTMT #578 – Orphan Blocks Are Back!

  1. Oh my goodness! SoJo has arrived!
    I love what you did with Lone Star. I can’t imagine how hard to would be to make the first cut. It really turned out fun.

    Wonder Woman is a great older kid quilt. It looks planned with a hint of being orphans.

    I love when I have a week like that.
    I don’t blame you. I felt like that last spring. I knew my sewing schedule would be zero for a while. Not anything like the time you are looking at but definitely I knew two to three months.

    I’m definitely open to whatever for the swap. I just want to have one!

    Happy Crafting

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    1. The sewing last week was so good! I don’t think I mentioned it, but I intentionally tackled ones that I had to really think about first. It helped with my mood about The World.

      We’ll definitely swap! We have a tentative five as of now.

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  2. You are on a serious sewjo roll lady! Go go go! 🙂

    I love that PoD. Every orphan PoD is so different it’s really just so cool to see them. I think you made the right decision with that tumbling block, you can’t cut that up and how do you find other blocks that won’t take away from the awesome giant tumbler?

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  3. I love what you did with the Lone Star quilt. Well with all the orphan blocks for that matter. Nice to see quilts for preteen and young teens.

    At this rate, you’ll meet your annual goal in mid July.

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  4. WOW!!! 5 of them?!? Amazing. Love what you did with all of them. I think an older kid would love a cut-up lone star much more than a traditional lone star.

    That’s it? That’s all you’ve got? Hmm.

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  5. That Wonder Woman quilt turned out really well… great quilt for an older kid.

    That’s a really clever way to change up the lone star look and make something really unique, but less big (and maybe less work than doing an actual lone star). It turned out SO well.

    You were really on fire!

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