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Thread: New York Beauty Quilt Along Begins Oct 1st

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    Thanks everyone!!! I knew I could count on my friends here on the board.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sustraley View Post
    I would love to be able to do paper piecing. It is one thing I need to learn. So, I clicked on the line for the patterns, found a sample block, printed it out. Ummm it is in a foreign language. Well, guess I need help already. I wanted to try one before I committed to this. Any suggestions for this girl?
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    Quote Originally Posted by SulaBug View Post
    Anael.........I think you have made the right choice, as your Sylvia blocks need to be completed before starting this project. Do keep us posted on how your blocks are coming along. I would love to see picture's when they are posted. You can always do the NYC blocks whenever you are ready too.
    Here's the latest Sylvia block I made. They don't all have that many tiny pieces though otherwise I wouldn't have started this - I think
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    Quote Originally Posted by sustraley View Post
    I would love to be able to do paper piecing. It is one thing I need to learn. So, I clicked on the line for the patterns, found a sample block, printed it out. Ummm it is in a foreign language. Well, guess I need help already. I wanted to try one before I committed to this. Any suggestions for this girl?
    I have tried PP'ing a couple of times on some small projects. I am just going to do it!!!


    I have aslso found a few sew alongs on line doing NYB. Since I have collected my fabrics and no pattern I am still jumping in on this NYB. Most of my fabrics are Kansas Troubles so I am excited to see how it all goes together.

    I guess I still need to purchase some PP'ing paper/template stuff? right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Anael View Post
    Here's the latest Sylvia block I made. They don't all have that many tiny pieces though otherwise I wouldn't have started this - I think
    Anael.............I "LOVE" your Sylvia block. It is so pretty & looks so intricate to make. Would this pattern happen to be one of Rhonda's patterns, using her little templates? I bet it takes a lot of time to get it put together. Thank you so much for sharing with all of us today.
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    Anael--beautiful block!!

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    That blocks is beautiful!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by rainagade View Post
    I have tried PP'ing a couple of times on some small projects. I am just going to do it!!!


    I have aslso found a few sew alongs on line doing NYB. Since I have collected my fabrics and no pattern I am still jumping in on this NYB. Most of my fabrics are Kansas Troubles so I am excited to see how it all goes together.

    I guess I still need to purchase some PP'ing paper/template stuff? right?
    Renea, I just use regular copy paper. A couple of he pages are a little bit longer than a regular 8 1/2 x 11 you should probably use legal size 20 lb or lighter. You can post pictures of your fabric selections too. I always like to see fabrics others are using

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    Anael, your block is fantastic! You did a great job!

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    WOW Anael you block is lovely ... it just sings I would guess you have over 60 pieces of fabrics in your block --

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