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Thread: Jane Stickle Cyber Block Party Wk.56 LS13, RS5, RS10, TR10

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    Ladies, this is it! The last group of tris! And...they aren't all that hard either, well, only 1 of them was a bugger.

    LS13- at this point in the game, its easy. PP the block and then add the little melons. I used freezer paper on these.

    RS5- I put my melon the wrong direction :shock:!! I have NO idea why. But I did do this block without any "Y" seams. I divided the block into 2 sections diagonally. the bottom section includes the diamond around my wrong way melon. I pp'd the top section together, then pp'd the bottom section...then sewed the 2 halves together on the diagonal...viola`!

    RS10- another one of my favorites. It is very easy to piece. I used a freezer paper pattern for the "curtain" shapes and just slipped the pieces into the seam between the top and bottom portion of the tri. I then appliqued the "curtain" down.

    TR10- Now this baby was a bugger...but I printed the block out and divided it up into sections and started at the top sewing it together. I avoided all "Y" seams by sewing the much smaller sections together prior to 'building" the tri.

    And we are DONE with all the Tris!

    Now take a week break while you think about the 4 kites.:LOL:

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    how pretty

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    marvelous :thumbup:

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    This is the ones I'm working on now. Pics later!!!

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    Week 56 ... TaDa :lol: :lol:

    OMG it felt so good to finish!!!

    Patti, I agree TR10 was different, and mine turned out a little strange, but its a keeper!!
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    I love yours Meredith! And, yes, its a keeper for sure!

    Go Jan!

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    beautiful

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    Very cool Patti and Meredith!! Looking great!

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    OK, I worked on the tris today and when I got to TR10 it beat me! I even printed it out as a mirror and will try that tomarrow. Any suggestions??

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    Here's how I did it...

    #1- Sew A/B/C, then sew F to that.
    #2- Sew D/E together
    #3- Sew I to J (small jig in seam), then add H
    #4- Sew I/J/H unit to G
    #5-Sew the G/I/J/H section to the D/E section
    #6 Sew the 2 completed sections above together
    #7 Add the bottom strip- J

    Good luck! (Ignore my notes on written on the pic)

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