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Thread: 1 OCTOBER 2013 Quilt-Block-of-The Month PHOTO"S.

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    Senior Member Roma Bauder's Avatar
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    djmat......Try quilting on the square it came right to the site and info you need.

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    I finished this awhile ago, but haven't taken a picture til now. I really enjoyed doing this block. Name:  P1020840.jpg
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    Carol, I love your colors! Am crazy about aqua and with the yellow, it's great!

    I am working on my Cane Block right now, have A section done, made B section..put wrong fabrics in wrong places...I had labele wrong when figuring out my cutting sizes for each piece. But I'm ready to start again and get it done maybe by the weekend. I'ts time to start supper now and tomorrow hubby is hoping I clean before we head shopping in the afternoon and spent our hour at church in the Prayer Room!

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    Thanks Cajun. I really left my comfort zone by putting these colors together. I am usually a monochromatic girl. I think when this is all done though, I'm going to love it. Who knew?

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    I love your. Block..how does this block of the month thing work? Thanks ..Ladysuds

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    Ladysuds, BOM begins in January & ends in December. Each month participants view the BOM forum icon fo ir that month & get the Instructions for that block which usually includes a site link where to find templates & what the block layout is. You choose your colors for your quilt which can be scrappy or monochromatic (matching colors but different fabric) and make your block. If you find it difficult, the month's host can help as well as other participants. When you finish your block please post it on the Month's Picture thread so others can ooooh & ahhhh over it! After the 12 months you can make a quilt & post a pic of your finished quilt. BOM is a slow process giving you plenty of time to make your block. I hope this helps!
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    I am determined to work on this block right now! lol I have Templates A,B,C and D made working on E. So now to work around this full of Turkey and Cornbread Dressing tummy! lol

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    Oct Block Finished FINALLY!

    Hey everyone, better late than never! Now on to November if I can find it in this room where it's a mess. I got a new computer and it wasn't planned so everything was pitched aside to accommodate this huge thing! It's a Desktop All-in-One and it's Win8 which I thought was going to get the best of me but I've learned a lot. Still a lot more to learn and to sew....! lol

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    Very pretty, Lucy (or are you Ethel, I forget..lololo) Glad you got it done.. After looking at the Dec. block, may give it a try..

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    Quote Originally Posted by Oksewnsew View Post
    Very pretty, Lucy (or are you Ethel, I forget..lololo) Glad you got it done.. After looking at the Dec. block, may give it a try..

    J

    You are Lucy and I am Ethel! Thanks, I have started cutting blocks for the November one! Then I will do Dec. but when I finish cutting out blocks, I am going to make my bee Partners bloc
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    Congrats on getting the block done AND the new computer Cajun!
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    Thanks Cas! I am working on the Nov block now; might have to get my gun out and kill all these itty bitty HST if they don't behave! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunBear View Post
    Thanks Cas! I am working on the Nov block now; might have to get my gun out and kill all these itty bitty HST if they don't behave! lol

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    Cajun
    cajun, Did you see the post about Easy HST where you cut 2 strips, right sides together, sew down both long sides then use the 45 degree line on your ruler lined up on the stitching line on one side & cut a triangle. Open it out & you have your HST. Since there are over 100 in this block it would be a time saver.
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    Great tip! I saved it to try.

    Happy New Year everyone!

    Quote Originally Posted by mimiknoxtaylor View Post
    cajun, Did you see the post about Easy HST where you cut 2 strips, right sides together, sew down both long sides then use the 45 degree line on your ruler lined up on the stitching line on one side & cut a triangle. Open it out & you have your HST. Since there are over 100 in this block it would be a time saver.
    :-)
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    CajunBear, that is an awesome block, way to go!

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