Saturday, July 6, 2013

FnwFs

Had a great night sewing along with my blogging friends last night and worked on my 2nd Aiming for Accuracy Block.

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The Sew-A-long is teaching me to be more precise and I am trying the open seam method too. This way the seams seam to be easier to match up and less bulky.

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Here are the 1st and 2nd Blocks.

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Also finished two swap projects…

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Sorry this is all I can show you… Do you like my “Spider” ???

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and I enjoyed making this little “Quilt of Love” too…

Thank you ChERlLy for organising us for another great FnwFs. Will go over now and see what you all have been sewing.
Hugz  Maria

32 comments:

  1. 'oh what a night, late July 5th, 2013'....lol!! Wow you had a very busy FNWF!!Well done.

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  2. nice work! I am loving your blocks. wish I had time to join in on this one

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  3. I love to see the quilt squares, but your spider - well it's the best!

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  4. Great blocks! And I love your spider! I'm intrigued to see the rest of this project.

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  5. It was my pleasure having you over too! Love the sneaky peeks... :(

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  6. Lovely blocks. Love the cute spider. Hugs,xx

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  7. great work Maria and that little spider is so cute,well done.xx

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  8. Love the aiming for accuracy blocks. Come on fabric I need need you to get on with my work.
    The spider turned out great love him.
    Love your work Mum xx

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  9. Lovely blocks, open seams do make it easier to match.
    Love the sneaky spider.
    Have a wonderful weekend.

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  10. very perfect blocks! well done
    cute peeks of your swap projects.
    the spider looks great lol

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  11. Your A4A blocks are beautiful! I reverted back to nesting my seams when I joined the top and bottom rows to the centre row but I then ironed that seam open so still not too much bulk. I do find that spraying the blocks with Crisp is making the piecing so much more accurate. I did sew last night but didn't link up with FNWF's, but I was thinking about you all as I sewed!

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  12. Very cute spider - your blocks look great - and very accurate...

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  13. You've got some gorgeous projects there!

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  14. Love the spider and quilt blocks - hoping you'll be able to show us the full projects eventually (don't like teasers!!)

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  15. Lovely blocks and your little spider is gorgeous!!

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  16. love your blocks... I will tackle #2 today.... I am not a real spider fan but yours is very harmless and cute... another pretty baby quilt... well done...
    Hugz

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  17. Lovely work on your blocks and I love the spider.

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  18. Great blocks and I'm loving that spider.

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  19. Your blocks are awesome and so is that spider . Love the little quilt too, you have been very productive!

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  20. Your blocks are so lovely...very cute quilt and that spider...LOL...

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  21. Great blocks Maria. I love your little spider!

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  22. My goodness our blocks are amazing! Love the sneak peeks too, seems o be a bit of that going around. Great to sew with you again.

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  23. I should probably be doing the Accuracy project, but I didn't get started. You're always so sneaky with your swap photos, and you make adorable spiders. As spiders go. Cute little baby quilt!

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  24. You have had a very productive time. Goegeous work. Your blocks look wonderful. I have thought about joining in but with being away most of this month I will be so far behind by the time I get back and will lose the momentum. Love your spider.

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  26. Looks like you had a great night...... Love the spider and the little worm LOL. Hugs, sharm

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  27. Maria you had a very industrious FNWF as usual - great blocks and that little spider is super-cute x

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  28. Cute little spider Mary/Maria and you accuracy blocks are great. I'm sure you don't really need to do them. Your work is always accurate. You're so clever with your sewing.

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  29. lots of lovely finishes there Maria!!!! lovin that spider!!!!
    xox sugary hugs
    wendy :O)

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  31. Love your spider! Too cute. The accuracy sew along is a great idea.

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  32. Your blocks look great..Pressing seams open is what I learned to do when I first learned to sew when I was in Junior High. At the fair our seams were part of what we were judged. Your gifts are lovely!

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