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  • materialblessings

    Heirloom Beauty (5 spots)

    I made My Tweets as a BOM with a black background fabric & very bright colors. It is the most stunning quilt that I have ever made. Erin made each block so beautiful I couldn't wait to get it finished. It was "challenging" but block by block it is "do-able". Now I have a real heirloom for my family!
  • Renée

    splendide , magnifique (5 spots)

    il n'y a pas de mots pour exprimer la beauté de cet ouvrage je termine ce que j'ai en route et je le commande

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These are the small patterns for my 2012 Block of the Month- My Tweets. If you wish to make the entire quilt, the center block, Miss Kelly, must be ordered separately.

A beautiful floral applique quilt filled with colorful birds,applique borders and fun to sew flowers. This delightful quilt will provide hours of happy stitching and is sure to be a family heirloom.

Detailed directions for these blocks can be found on my blog at: http://erinrussek.typepad.com/one-piece-at-a-time/

This pattern includes both full sized drawings and enlargeable drawings. The full sized drawings can be printed at home if you have "poster printing" on your home printer. Printing directions included.

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One Piece at a Time Quilts

 I grew up in sunny Southern California doing all the things kids do in warm coastal places, mainly playing tennis, swimming and hanging out at the beach. It seemed like I was in school FOREVER and eventually got a Master’s degree in Physics of all things. I met my husband when we were both students and we eventually moved to the Colorado Front Range area in 1990.When our first child was born I decided to try being a stay at home mom because, as everyone knows, physics is such good training for that. The one thing that has kept me sane through all this is quilting. I have been quilting for over 20 years now and it never loses its fascination for me. Along the way I have picked up other hobbies such as photography and scrapbooking as well. I guess I just love making stuff.