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Wow Vicki...that's a real challenge! Good luck...looks like you're past the half way mark.
Are you setting the blocks in any particular order? I like on-point settings but the sashing can be tricky -- I always have to plan the piecing for that center diagonal row.
Oh but look how gorgeous that is looking :) As soon as your done, you won't even remember all the "wrangling". It looks incredible so far.
It is looking great! It will be fun to see it finished!
That is one gorgeous quilt.
Lots and lots of little blocks. And the rows get so long when on point. But, just like childbirth, you do forget the pain and do it again. :-)
Wonderful so far. It will be well worth the trouble, a real familt heirloom.
It's looking great so far! Love the light blue you picked for the setting triangles. I don't know that I would have even thought to try that color with those blocks but it really looks nice.
Gorgeous! I love quilts with smaller blocks.
Are those the Farmer's Wife blocks? I just started them last week and I am in love! Yours looks wonderful! :o)
What a wonderfully charming quilt! And I know exactly what you mean about fabric wrangling, definitely not my favorite part of making bed sized quilts.
Oh it is looking SO good!!!! Stick with it!!
Wow! Beautiful quilt!
Wow, this is a breathtaking project! It's so beautiful -- and all those tiny pieces!!! You're going great! Dianne B. in England :)
It's looking great so far!
Your "diary" looks great. I love all the sampler quilts that are floating around the net...I just haven't brought myself to make one...I jsut admire from afar :)
Your blocks look great; love the smaller blocks, too!
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