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Sunday, January 31, 2010

Block 71 - Tazzie

I don't think I'm ever going to get tired of these blocks - they're awfully cute. And I think they may re-kindle my interest in my 30's Dear Jane Quilt. This one is Block 71 - and I think it's the 8th block I've made now

Though I must sound like a broken record, once again I've used the freezer paper piecing method of constructing this block. The pink fabric I've used is one of my favourite Jo Morton fabrics, I only have the smallest piece of it - so it had to be used for something precious. This is the perfect project. The green is another of my Sturbridge Village fabrics - just love them!


PatchworkRose said...

Just love your block and that gorgeous Jo Morton Double Pink! Will be joining in soon :-) Nearly there. Cheers

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