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Thread: Dear Jane I9, K9, M8, & TR5 pics

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    the Cyber Party has begun.

    post your group pics of I9, K9, M8, & TR5 here.

    these are mine :-D

    I9, K9, M8, TR5
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    those are gorgeous, and I don't even have the directions to the blocks printed out yet

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    i'm trying to work a few weeks ahead of everyone else so i can point out pitfalls/etc.

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    it is good to see what they are supposed to look like that is for sure, I know what I am aiming for at least this way. some times computer images just don't do it,

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    Klue those look great!

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    Your blocks are great.........
    A Dear Jane quilt is on my list of things to do... have done 3 blocks but not finding the time todo more.
    Well maybe I should stay of the computer. BOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by scrap quilter
    Your blocks are great.........
    A Dear Jane quilt is on my list of things to do... have done 3 blocks but not finding the time todo more.
    Well maybe I should stay of the computer. BOL
    come join the cyber block party and you'll have it finished by March 2011.

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    I have almost decided on earthy colours, but love the dramatic tone of your blocks, ohhhh, why did i have to look? LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sarahelloyd
    I have almost decided on earthy colours, but love the dramatic tone of your blocks, ohhhh, why did i have to look? LOL!
    LMAO

    you can always make 2.

    i see many more janes in my future. i've already planned 3 others aside from this one.

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    Are you starting a new thread for the tutes, pitfalls etc?

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    BTW, the blocks/triangle look amazing!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Esqmommy
    Are you starting a new thread for the tutes, pitfalls etc?
    yes, its in the tute section.

    here's a link

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-32590-1.htm

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    They look great Kelly! It's getting exciting!!

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    OMG! These are gorgeous! I have such an appreciation for you ladies doing this quilt after doing 18 of the same block. I can only imagine how you are all going to do it!

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    Beautiful choices in fabric I LOVE the bottom right one. It is stunning.

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    MNQuilter, it's even more fun if you don't have to make so many of the same block. Each one is more fun than the last! Hope you are joining us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janstar
    MNQuilter, it's even more fun if you don't have to make so many of the same block. Each one is more fun than the last! Hope you are joining us!
    I second that.

    :D :D :D :D THE PARTY HAS BEGUN :lol: :lol:

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    Klue, on the 19 block we picked the same red on white fabric

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    awesome blocks klue

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    Okay - Don't laugh - here are my wild and crazy blocks :oops: :mrgreen:
    I'm having alot of fun and have learned quite a bit already!
    This is the first time I uploaded a photo here so if I have done something wrong let me know.

    My outside of these blocks have not been trimmed... I thought I read somewhere that you don't trim it til you put them together. Is this correct?
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    Good job bc! Is that the colors of your DJ? It will be great when you get it all together. What will your background color be?

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    awesome blocks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janstar
    MNQuilter, it's even more fun if you don't have to make so many of the same block. Each one is more fun than the last! Hope you are joining us!
    i agree completely. it is much more fun this way.

    each one is like a tasty little treat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by okie
    Klue, on the 19 block we picked the same red on white fabric
    excellent, i just love that we going to be twins.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bchuggins
    Okay - Don't laugh - here are my wild and crazy blocks :oops: :mrgreen:
    I'm having alot of fun and have learned quite a bit already!
    This is the first time I uploaded a photo here so if I have done something wrong let me know.

    My outside of these blocks have not been trimmed... I thought I read somewhere that you don't trim it til you put them together. Is this correct?
    they look great!! i love the colors and the fabric. the center motif in I9 is perfect.

    you uploaded the pics perfectly.

    you can wait until the end to square everything up. when we get ready to sew all the blocks together you can do it then.

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