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    I wanted to experiment with last week's tutorial so I used stash fabrics to cut out this block. I didn't have an appropriate jelly roll so used yardage. All the blocks [9] will have the same red and blue fabrics but the yellow is from two different pieces.Click image for larger version. 

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    The rocket ships were fussy cut.

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    I love this one! I wasn't crazy about the original.



    Lorie

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    I like yours! The rocket ships are cute.

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    Your fabrics make the block so much cuter!

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    Some child will be so happy. Or someone like me that loved watching the Jetsons.

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    I like it better.....it's colorful, and would be a great quilt for a little boy's nursery.....which brings me to another point....WHY are so many new moms choosing GREY /WHITE /PINK ( or BLUE )....and sometimes Yellow ) for their nursery decor? What happened to decorating nurseries with bright colors to stimulate the babies ?

    I really like this Claire.....great job !



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    Very cute, you did a great job. Thanks for sharing.
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    I found some panwl fabric on a sale table and bought it a while ago. It was bright child-like colors and prints. I cut the squares and found 2 small jelly rolls of bright happy solids and prints. I've made 3 blocks and love how they look. I wasn't crazy about Jennys' choice, but this is turning out so cute. Thanks for the idea on the first posting.
    Yours looks so cute too. Thanks for sharing.

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    It just goes to show us all, to use our Jenny as a spring board unleash our own creativity!
    Katrina


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    I love this! I can see it as a twist on an I Spy quilt now

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