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Saturday, September 26, 2020

I did it !!

 My first ever Foundation Pieced Block....





It's a little wonky but I'm pleased with it...

Block 2 is better .. I don't think I'm hooked on FP  but the points look great.


It's a long weekend here in the West and the start of the school holidays so its very busy in our seaside town so

I must away and meet my friend for our Saturday Lunch before all the tourists take all the tables , Hahaha.. 

Stay well and safe .

Hugs  Maria  ❤







21 comments:

  1. Do hope you had a lovely lunch, sounds nice to live beside the sea, and I do love foundation piecing because the points are always great.

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  2. Your blocks look great.
    Hope you enjoyed lunch.

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  3. Looks great - FP does get easier the more you do . . .just saying'

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  4. Nice work on your NYB blocks. You have inspired me to have a go.

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  5. Beautiful blocks, especially the second one with the two-colored points-

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  6. I don't see wonky....I see awesome! Well done Maria!

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  7. Wow--oh how pretty these blocks are--and they look perfect to me--
    you did an awesome job for the first time doing paper piecing!!!
    luv, di

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  8. woohoo... those blocks are great and well done you for learning and trying it .... I wonder if you will find a new addicition... you can do whole quilts like that!!
    Hugz

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  9. Your blocks look amazing...well done...xox

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  10. your blocks look great...lucky you to be able to go out for luch...enjoy!

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  11. Enjoy your catch up. You Rp looks great

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  12. Congratulations, the blocks looks wonderful.

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  13. Hi Maria wow what beautiful work you do ,i always love seeing what you are up to,take care my friend xx

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  14. Great job on your blocks and YES, the points are perfect!

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  15. Your block looks great, Maria. Once you get the hang of foundation piecing, it gets easier. I've made three FP quilts for each of the boys. Noah's ark for Mitchell, Australian animals and bird for Austin and Nelson's was farm animals.

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  16. Wow! Your blocks look wonderful Maria. Enjoy your catchup lunch with your friend. My daughter lived in a beachside town and holiday season was always a pain....we visitors loved it lol!

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  17. Well done on your beautiful blocks Maria! Hope you had a nice lunch before town got too busy!

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  18. Your points are PERFECT!! Way to go!

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  19. oh I do love foundation piecing..you did well with this and the other ones in the newer posts.....

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  20. Your first EVER? Great job! Did you hate doing it, or are you liking it? It took me awhile to wrap my brain around the backwardsness of it.

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