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Block Lotto Finish And Another Win

I finally finished another block lotto quilt made from the modern clover blocks I won. This was my second win. The border looks very wrinkled in this photo but in real life it is fine. I have just had my fourth win since joining block lotto a couple of years ago. I have all these gorgeous bright wonky stars arriving in the mail at the moment from around the world. Thesae ar two of the blocks that I made. I cant wait for them all to arrive and then start playing with putting them together. However my third lot of blocks - scrappy trips around the world - are also waiting to be put together.


Great quilt and I love the wonky stars!
Hi, Maree. A better person couldn't win--you turned those blocks into a l-o-v-e-l-y quilt! Your stars are so fun, too.
best, nadia

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