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  • Rinda Fullmer

    Free Block Pattern: Ooh-Rah Block 1 Quilters Newsletter 2014 Block of Month Mystery quilt. This is a Martha Washington Star.

  • Pat Bonner

    2014 mystery BOM quilt Ooh-Rah from Quilters Newsletter supporting the Quilted in Honor program, a quilting community effort that benefits Operation Homefront. The block patterns were taken from the first 12 issues of Quilters Newsletter.

  • Becky Polston

    Pinwheel inside star quilt block.

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Block #4 by mtclifford2012, via Flickr The Vintage Block Quilt Along by Charise Creates

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Polaroids! -- this is SOOO great. The perfect way to showcase prints. Love it! Will do very soon!