Another Positivity Quilt-Along Update

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  1. So many pretty colours! Great job on the cutting Sue!

  2. plstockwell says:

    Love all your beautiful blocks!

  3. Your colorful blocks are sure to bring a bit of cheer.

  4. JanineMarie says:

    Beautiful clear colors! And is that print a gingham on the bias. Squeal!

  5. Kathleen McCormick says:

    What a happy version. Love that you have a worker bee to do all the cutting – it sure helps. It remains to be seen if I get through all of them today….but I am going to try, I think I have 24 cut out. I am thinking of adding a border, more for color as I am feeling it is a bit bland. Let’s see what shows up on Monday or Tuesday morning in the blog!

  6. Those are pretty blocks, Roseanne! Don’t we all talk to ourselves, I mean *our quilts,* as we sew?! 😉 I love the plus fabric you’re using that has a little print to it when you zoom in on the photo.

  7. Cheree Hull says:

    Ah ha ha ha! Yes, I pick out favorite blocks! Now THAT is my kind of conservation on the jelly roll! Nicely done!


    A bunch of beautiful blocks. I think there are polka dots on the colors. I like the red cross with blue cornerstones. I think I have 28 blocks done. Will have to lay out some for a photo and link it up. Great job cutting Sue and great job sewing Roseanne!

  9. These are so fun and colorful!!!

  10. Preeti says:

    I love them all. So bright, so solid and so perfect!!!

  11. Mari says:

    Ha! I often talk to my blocks, too, but most often I’m scolding them for not behaving. Your blocks look great, so bright and happy. Have a great afternoon!

  12. They are all beautiful, ladies!! Sue did such a great job utilizing all of that rolie polie. Great job!

  13. Vicki in MN says:

    They are all so very pretty, but I am with Wendy on this one yellow with the orange corners are speaking to me!

  14. Wendy Tuma says:

    It should come as no surprise that the yellow with the orange cornerstones is my fav. Haha. I need to get my post written. Anyway – your blocks look great in those bright colors!

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