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Thread: 2012-2013 Dear Jane Stickle 2d Cyber Party Pictures and Discussion

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    Senior Member CindyA's Avatar
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    Name:  A-9 Cabin Fever.jpg
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Size:  213.4 KBI know my seam allowance is a little short on that bottom edge. I'll watch that when I start assembling the rows. This one took a long time but I was sure glad to have the thinner thread in the machine with those tiny seams. I've prepped the applique block and will work on it while I watch t.v. after work this week. Love everyone else's blocks from this week.

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    Here's my blocks for this week. I think I'm going to redo my A11 its a bit wonky after I figured out how to do it. Did not do Y seams.
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    CindyA and echoemb, your blocks look great.
    echoemb, is that reverse applique? did you trim back the seam allowances or sew them at that depth? they look so narrow.
    Nancy in western NY

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    yes, it is reverse, probably the first one I did. I trimmed them after I sewed them. I'm still not happy with that one as my other ones are getting better as I've never done reverse applique before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by echoemb View Post
    yes, it is reverse, probably the first one I did. I trimmed them after I sewed them. I'm still not happy with that one as my other ones are getting better as I've never done reverse applique before.
    thanks for the reply. this is another technique i'll have to learn, i guess. but not this time
    Nancy in western NY

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    Week 8

    Posting my blocks for this week.Name:  IMG_1589.JPG
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    CindyA~~Love the graduating colors in your blocks. That is an awesome idea, I may borrow it.

    echoemb~~great job on your blocks, and the reverse applique, looks great

    aneal~~love your colors, especially the A9

    ann clare~~just love the boldness of your blocks, especially the A9

    And to any I missed, a lot I am sure, I am just loving all the colors that are being used, can't wait to see all the finished tops. Wow, it will be awesome.

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    Yaaaaaay for me! I did 3 blocks today.....so where does that put me? about 5 wks behind?! No matter, I'm now getting into the swing of it. I was too tuckered out to post pictures but I will try tomorrow.
    Everyone is doing great work here. I love all the variations.....isn't it just great eye candy?!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Maureen

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    Lovely blocks ann clare, I love the batiks you used!

    xsquilter, congrats on the 3 blocks Looking forward to pictures!
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    I finished the first 6 weeks

    I finally went to the glass shop and I got my triangle cut from plexiglass. I notice that the blocks I paper pieced are larger than the blocks I made with templates. I used my 1/4" foot and was very careful with the seam allowance but I still had to remake about 5 of my blocks.
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    This is a picture of my first 6 weeks:
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    This is Row B

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    This is Row C
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    LOSIE
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