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Thread: 1 OCTOBER 2013 Quilt-Block-of-The Month pattern & directions.

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    Super Member mimiknoxtaylor's Avatar
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    Jaba, very pretty
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    Thank you CaijenBear, you just solved my problem when printing patterns from Quilter's Cache.
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    Jaba...........your block for October turned out so nice!! I absolutely LOVE your color combination & can hardly wait to see all of the blocks put together, when the year is over. I can tell already that we are going to have some wonderful quilts for 2013. Thank you for sharing with all of us.
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    am I not putting my BOM in the right place?? humm.
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    I find the fabric is too small when I flip it too, quite often. I'm getting better at flipping it to check the size before I sew it but I still end up doing it over a lot! I used to make the mistake of trimming before I flipped it over too, oops! It's surprising the amount of concentration it takes, but I usually have fun with it.

    Quote Originally Posted by jaba View Post
    Thank you, I like the way it turned out too. When I go to print out mine I have to hit print preview first, then make sure it says 100% or it always prints to small. And I'm not a paper piecer, just always do it backwards or the fabric is too small when I flip it over. I printed this pattern and cut it all apart, then added 1/4" seam when I laid the paper pieces on the fabric. Lots of cutting and figuring but worth it. Now you know what my paper piecing is
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    I love it Roma! The red and white look so crispy against that background.
    :-)
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    Very nice love your colors

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    So glad that the BOM"S are almost done. Now the hard part, putting them together

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