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Thread: NEW SWAP! Disappearing Four Patch quilt blocks!

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    Easy enough to make one for myself.

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    I'm making extra blocks for myself as well. No need to have one of my own back. But if you do send one of mine back, that 's okay .

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    Hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas!
    Got all my squares cut for six sets of black/white, white/black, brights. Have three sets sewn together as basic four patches and one of each set finished. Other three sets might get sewn tonight (or might not). We shall see.

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    You are further than I am. I have all my squares cut, now to sit in front of the machine and start sewing them together. After I finish the over and under quilt then I will be sewing these together and then start working on the next month's batiks.
    Cindy R in Dallas, TX

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    Have all my squares cut! Will start putting them together today.

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    Here's our update for blacks/whites/brights:

    Boop56 – 2 sets
    Creatfourpaws – 6 sets
    Deenatoo – 6 sets
    Dottie Dodge – 6 sets
    Dragonflynana – 4 sets
    groovy pieces – 6 sets
    happylab – 6 sets
    jaba – 6 sets REC’d
    lauriejo - how many?
    Letsquilt - 2 sets
    MaryMo - 4-6 sets
    mom-6 - 6 sets
    Muse&Sew – 2-3 sets
    Nelco – 6 sets
    nurse bonnie – 6 sets
    Pattia
    Stitch124 – 2 sets
    Tubsfam – 3 sets
    Wannabquilter – 4 sets

    Please let me know if I need to make any adjustments, etc.

    Thanks -- -

    Jane
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    Also, please everyone, put your QB screen name as well as your real name on and inside your package. I don't know what is from who without it!

    We have 19 swappers doing the black/white/brights! That's amazing!

    Thanks - -- -

    Jane
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    Upcoming Scrappy Block swap - - - stay tuned!!


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    Help!!! Not sure I put it back together once I cut them apart and sewed them. First block is pre cut, then sewn back together

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    want input before I cut anymore apart.

    Thank for the help.
    Cindy R in Dallas, TX

    "My day is not complete until I play with fabric in some manner......whether be sewing, cutting or just fondling for a new project."

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    CFP - You did make a mistake with your rotation. The center squares should be in the same position as the larger outer squares. You only move the two piece strips (blue/white; pink/black; white/pink; black/blue)
    I find it helpful to:
    1) keep the pieces laid out as the whole block
    2) sew all of the same set at once
    3) press each set and put it back in the block layout before moving on to the next set

    I hope this helps
    Paula
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    Dragonfly Nana...thanks for your input

    Here is one I just cut, and have turned. Does it look correct now before I sew it together.

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    Cindy R in Dallas, TX

    "My day is not complete until I play with fabric in some manner......whether be sewing, cutting or just fondling for a new project."

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