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Thread: [DEAR] JANE STICKLE CYBER BLOCK PARTY - Jan 2010 thru May/Jun 2011

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    Quote Originally Posted by STAR
    Klue - in the schedule I noticed that RS2 is on the 2nd and 23rd of august is this correct?
    thanks for pointing that out, i'm sure there will be mistakes - i kept trying to switch things around trying to make things easy in the summer and fall/winter holidays.

    i'll correct that.

    if any one else see's mistakes please let me know so i can correct them on the master schedule.

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    THANX Klue!! I understand now. I am not trying to do my jane exact I just want to understand so I know how I want mine to be. Also helps me to estimate my fabric better color wise and yardage. :mrgreen:

    You will be tired of me by the time we are ahlfway done :shock: :shock:
    :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Just some additional info from the book -

    It says on page 14: "The quilt, without the curved border, is approximately 80" square."

    The photograph on page 1 says the quilt is 80-1/4 by 80-1/4 inches.

    Then there are some Guidelines from pages 13-15 about Fabric Selection, Fabric Content, Cutting Equipment, etc.

    The location system for the referencing the blocks is good - A-1, etc. I don't do that well with the names - Pinwheel Gone Awry

    The author does state that she is drafting these "in the manner of Jane" - and now I can't find that line. That phrase did make me feel a tiny bit more tolerant of the author's apparent personal interpretations of some of the blocks in the book.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STAR
    THANX Klue!! I understand now. I am not trying to do my jane exact I just want to understand so I know how I want mine to be. Also helps me to estimate my fabric better color wise and yardage. :mrgreen:

    You will be tired of me by the time we are ahlfway done :shock: :shock:
    :lol: :lol: :lol:

    ask me anything i don't mind.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearisgray

    The author does state that she is drafting these "in the manner of Jane" - and now I can't find that line. That phrase did make me feel a tiny bit more tolerant of the author's apparent personal interpretations of some of the blocks in the book.
    this is why the "purist" type people use the software. the software gives you the author's blocks and then gives you the corrected to the blocks to make them more like janes.

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    I read my book and found out how to do the mirror image button but I think I'll leave A1 alone. Thanks for the headsup on more mirrors. I also whipped out A6, Uncle Homer, he was too easy. Thanks for the info Kelly!

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    Janstar, I am going to have to read my book as well, I just went for it and didnīt do any of the lessons, but didnīt know about this mirror trick so will read up on that.

    Lets have a peek at Uncle Homer please. I wonder who named all these blocks think the names are great.

    Elle

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    the "mirror" option is just a button you click on from the print menu.

    when you select foundation pattern, click on the options tab, and then select the mirror button on the right side of the print page.

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    Thanks, found it.

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    A6 Uncle Homer.

    To easy and I know the rest won't be.
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