Sow--A-Long


























18 comments:

  1. look at you, such a fancy thing! good job, because somehow i missed a couple of them and i've been looking back into syber space for them. this is much easier - way to go!!

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  2. Glad to know the Blogger who helped you more than I did. I tried...

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  3. Thank you! I also missed a few of the blocks. So happy you tabs. I'm have so much fun with your.blocks.

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  4. Thanks for the blocks. I also have missed a few....
    Carol, Kent WA

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  5. found your SOWalong tab at the top of your blog! thanks!! :) It will be great having them all in one easy to find location.

    I especially love the 3 blocks you posted today (first Wed of May)

    Love from Indiana! ~bonnie

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  6. Confusion. When I select the last few blocks I get a screen wanting me to create a blog but no block patterns. And the very last Clays choice etc won't open at all. Has something changed?

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  7. Same for me... :(
    Cathy vJ in MA
    mvjess@yahoo.com

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  8. Ditto... Maybe when Randy's done with the quilt show she can fix it.

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  9. Can't get them either. Will check back later

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  10. I have the same "create a blog" page problem with many of the blocks. Especially the lower (more recent) ones.

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  11. Note: If the link is broken to a pattern, you can search the blog for the block name and you will get the blog entry for the date with all the instructions. The search block is on the very top of the web page on the upper left above the blog header.
    ~Jillian in North Dakota

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  12. Is anyone else getting a 7" block with the THIS AND THAT??????

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  13. Yes, I am and a friend shared with me a work around until this is fixed. All we have to do is type the name of the block we want into the search bar at the top of her blog and it will come up. :-) At least it's working for her and I. Hope it does for everyone else here, too.

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  14. Hi Randy, Are these block patterns Ok to make a Civil War quilt? Or are they later than that era? Thank you.........Debra in Ma.

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  15. links above for Domino Net, Smokehouse, Squares & Diamonds

    Broken Window, Connecticut send me to a page with a 'you don't have access' message, off to try and find them in Oct!

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  16. I've just finished quilting my quilt based on the sow-a-long. You can check it out on my blog: http://helenquilts.blogspot.co.uk/2012/12/barristers-quilt-finished.html
    Thanks for the inspiration Randy :)

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  17. Hi I have just found you and the book. As I much prefer to rotary cut I'd like to do your Sow along. Is there any chance you will be keeping this page up for late comers like me?
    Love Leanne

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