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27 November 2016

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Little Quiltsong

Just loved your story about how your beautiful block came about! When I saw the handkerchief in your Grandpa's back pocket - it brought back memories of my dad. He always had one too - especially when working on his car or in his garden. What a wonderful tribute to your grandpa with the corn maze - awesome!

Roseann

Thank you everyone for your sweet comments! With over 50 first cousins on the Waldoch side, Grandma and Grandpa Waldoch were a huge factor in all of our lives. I loved that Grandpa was always in the back of my mind while I made this block. I hope you find the tips helpful!

Janet

Thank you Roseanne for the great story of the Corn maze & your beloved Grandpa! I live all around farms & farmers, did my own while my kids were young. Every year, we go to a giant corn maze & have fun, trapesing around! A cornfield is where I grew up playing hide & seek!😜 I still have a very small farm. Thank you for designing #83 Minnesota Maze! I can't wait til I get some more finished to get to the 80's blocks!! Enjoy Thanks again for other tips!

Nannett

What a beautiful family story. I love that you shared it with everyone!

Jane Bretl Bernauer

What a wonder you are, Roseann! You are Minnesota nice and make us all Minnesota proud! Love the block and the blog! Congrats to you!

Julie N

I posted mine - hope you like it!

Shirley Hayes

Enjoyed your story. Haven't done the block yet but I love it.

Pam

Fun to see the inspiration for Minnesota Maze!

Beth LaMotte

I love your block, but I especially love your story. Thank you for sharing such a splendid piece of your history with us. Happy holidays.

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