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

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

    Hello Everyone,

    Sorry this posting is so late today, but here is the choice for October 2013!! I enjoyed making this Caned Seat Block so much & hope you do to. When printing your instruction's be sure to check the size of your 1 inch square. Enjoy!!


    http://www.quilterscache.com/C/CanedSeatBlock.html
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    Thanks , SulaBug.
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    Thanks SulaBug, looks like an interesting block.

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    I love this block & used it in a sampler last year.
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    It will look very bold in yellow/black & grey/white. Thanks, SulaBug!

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    I have never had so much trouble printing a quilt block pattern. I don't have no scaling on my printer options. The A & B are scaled at 95% so I had to keep playing until I figured that 106% or 107% was as close to 1" as I was going to get. Then C was printing too big. When I put it back to 100%, it printed correctly. It didn't like my paper. Changed to regular printer paper. Had to get my son out out of bed to help me with this one. He wasn't happy. This square better go together easily or I'm skipping this one. Maybe I'll go back to bed too. It's only 9:40. That's not to late to go back to bed, is it?lol
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    I was starting to wonder if this board was government funded and was shut down. ;-) Just kidding. That is a very pretty block!

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    Thanks for the block! Not sure how it will look with all my patterned fabrics, but look forward to trying it out later.

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    Nice choice! It is one pattern I have always wanted to do. Whooo Hoooo! Thanks SulaBug
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    Got it, now to see if I can sew it....

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    ohhhh, I have looked at that pattern for years now and really wnat to make a quilt from it.. just have to have the right frame of mind to start, may as well be now..LOL..

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