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« on: February 16, 2014 05:21:32 AM »

Greetings Everyone,

After doing all the blocks for the quilt block swap rd5. I got bored LOL

So I took two of the blocks I had and made hot pads for my counter. Each has the silver backed batting (insulated). So as to redirect the heat from my counter into the bottom of the pot. I use my center island in my kitchen a lot for setting out a meal, saves room on my table.

The hex one is the Hex part of the Hexing around block. I didn't really like the white in the center once I was done with it. So I turned it into something else I could use.

The star/pinwheel block was one from round4 that was sent to me in addition to the correct size blocks and I simply loved the texas bluebonnets on it so made it useful as well.

I sewing around the edge leaving room to turn (I should of trimmed the batting at the turn point, but well learn as ya go LOL.

Then I quilted in the ditch around the ringers on the hexing block and around the colors on the star/pinwheel block

thanks for looking

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« Reply #1 on: February 16, 2014 07:16:39 AM »

What a nice use for those leftover blocks or ones that we experimented with, right? Grin

I loved that bluebonnet fabric...I know what state that came from and who sent it! ha ha
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« Reply #2 on: February 16, 2014 08:07:31 AM »

yeppers figured ya would Always LOL

yes I have found I can use the (oops) blocks on all kinds of things. totes, hot pads. little card holder wallets.

I like to be able to use them up. Some I still send to the quilt group for the caring quilts (renamed quilts of heart)
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