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    Default Re: My version of Jenny's heart block

    Love the colors and the scrappy look!

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    beautiful. love the fabric.
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    Very pretty! I really like the fabrics you chose.
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    Very nice and yes, "eyelashes" are easy to rip!!!
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    That is so pretty! What a great piece

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    Laura, Laura, Laura - love it, love it, love it. I shy away from 'holiday' theme things except for Christmas, but I think I could 'live' with this one. Love your choice of fabrics.
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    it's best not to try to put it out with gasoline.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Laura F View Post
    I didn't have any Valentin charm packs and so I decided to use one of my Grace charm packs. The lighting is not the best, but I think you can see what I did with the hearts. While fmq tonight (finishing up this table runner) I figured out the only good thing about the 'eyelashing' on the back.... they are easy to rip out. I spent some time tonight sounding like a frog "rip it" "rip it". :-)
    I just love that and I am not a "heart" person. Did you piece the fabric and then cut your pieces or is it patchwork looking fabric to begin with. I am going to start one today. It will be up and down instead of side to side, can't wait.

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    OOOOH! I really like it done in those fabrics!
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    So very cute! I think the FMQ looks great!

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    Lovely. I'll be posting my heart block table runner tomorrow. Just have to finish hand sewing on the binding.

    I love the fabrics you used. Beautiful.
    Nancy

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