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Thread: Baltimore Album BOM March Block

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    I am confused....if the center block finishes at 17" ...and the corners finish at 12" , how do they fit together ??? 2x12" is 24" and that does not bring in the sashing strips ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by simbasue22
    I am confused....if the center block finishes at 17" ...and the corners finish at 12" , how do they fit together ??? 2x12" is 24" and that does not bring in the sashing strips ???
    There are 4 blocks,, plus sashing across top & bottom, with 1 block on each side with sashing.

    There is a photo of quilt with last months postingI will post anoother photo. When I get home

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    Quote Originally Posted by CindyFaye
    Since this pattern is the corner block in the quilt, are we to make four of this pattern??


    Yes,, make 4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathleen charnell
    I have the center block as block 1, I didn't see any pattern for the corner rose block, can you direct me to the place to find it? Thanks.
    I couldn't download a patttern either, just the instructions. Thanks Peg, for reposting it!

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    I will fix the download later tonite,, don't know what happenned.

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    Has anyone tried Ricky Tims Stable Stuff Poly? I bought some but haven't tried it yet. It can be used inside of your applique pieces and then when it gets wet (washed) it becomes a stuffing. It can also be used in the printer. I think I want to try it for the stuffed roses.

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    So I have to do 4 of this???? :shock: Good thing I have a whole month!!! :-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Micha
    Has anyone tried Ricky Tims Stable Stuff Poly? I bought some but haven't tried it yet. It can be used inside of your applique pieces and then when it gets wet (washed) it becomes a stuffing. It can also be used in the printer. I think I want to try it for the stuffed roses.
    Sounds interesting, be sure to post when you try it so we can see the results. It might work with the stuffed rose nicely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jljack
    So I have to do 4 of this???? :shock: Good thing I have a whole month!!! :-)
    Yes, that's why I posted this block first. You have 11 more months to work on finishing all 4, some of the blocks that are coming in the future will not take a whole month to do, so you can keep the extra blocks from the corner to fill in.

    Idle hands are not good!

    :lol: :lol:

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    Here is the block pattern download, don't know what happened to the original, seems to have not worked correctly.

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