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Thread: Jane Stickle Cyber Block Party Wk. 48- K3, C10, D10, B10, LS-7

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    This week is back to something a little more difficult.

    K-3 is very straight forward and not difficult. There are lots of little pieces though.

    C10- I pp'd this one. I found that the foundation pattern for units D & B were numbered wrong though. Start with #1 in the middle out to both sides. Take care in lining up the little tri's with the outside. Its easy to get this block to look wonky due to those skinny columns on the outside.

    D10- Not nearly as hard as it looks! Warning, there are lots of little pieces here if you don't pp. If you look at "thatquiltblog", she leaves off the tiny outside tri's. I think they are worth putting on. Just PP them rather than applique and you are fine.

    B10- Not too hard, but I don't know what I did...Units H & L ended up too short when I tried to put the block together. It was probably "operator" error...but take care anyway.

    LS-7 I again extended the top lines to PP the top tri rather than applique it. I back basted the melons though to applique them. I'm finding that with these little blocks...that method works well for me.

    Have fun! Here are mine...

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    I agree Patti, this week was more work! But they are pretty, love your color choices! :lol:

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    Your's are gorgeous Meredith...great job! I love your fab choices for this week.

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    Week 48. Finished mine up this evening. Another easy week.

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    another beautiful set ladies

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    Jan, another beautiful set! I agree, these look a lot harder than they really are.

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    Week 48 done and dusted.

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    Elle....those are absolutely beautiful!! You must have really liked this week...great job!!

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    Nothing squiffy about these! But, I didn't see anything squiffy about the others, either. Gonna be a dynamite quilt!

    I really like that word!!!

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    Well done Elle, love your fabrics as usual!!

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    Thanks everyone

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    beautiful elle

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    Thanks Luv, how are yours coming along. You are being very ambitious with two, but just think how wonderful they will be when they are finished.

    Love to see your progress

    Elle

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    was at a stand still for a bit as i was trying to finish a baby quilt that should have been finished in august. then my younggest daughter and my granddaughters are home from Germany for the holidays (son-in-law is in the air force and that is where they are stationed) so have been spending time with them. DH is doing well (just have to keep an eye on him) so i should be back at it very soon. will post pics as soon as i have a few more blocks done.

    i have decided not to follow the schedule since i am so far behind. if i try to follow it i will only get discouraged. i am going to pick blocks at random and just plug away to get them done.

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    Well if you want a starting point again I can vouch that weeks 49 and 50 are real easy. Yes this is the time when all the family gets together and thats lovely to have your Son home from Germany. Glad to hear your DH is ok to.

    Elle

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    luv, I'm so happy that you are getting to visit with your family from Germany! Thats such a long trip and I know must be hard to make very often. Enjoy the holidays!

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    yes it is the first time that i have seen my youngest daughter and oldest grandaughter since about march of 2009. it was the very first time that i got to see my youngest grandaughter as she was born in Germany. my daughter talked like they would be back this way sometime this summer.

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    luv,glad u get to visit with the children. I am so far behind but will catch up one of these days.I am setting 2 Christmas themed log cabins together for a lady,they wont be ready for the Holiday but soon after. My son doing well,finished his chemo as scheduled,so now we wait to see what next. Prayers needed. Jo

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    My thoughts are with you Jolo.

    Have a wonderful Christmas

    Elle x

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    Request answered Jolo....he's on my list!

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    he is on my list as well jolo.

    i know from experience that miracles happen. DH should have died feb 2009 but God answered all prayers about him.

    this is the season of miracles.

    my Christmas prayer for you is complete healing for your DS.

    God bless you this holiday season.

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    Yes ,HE answeres prayers. I am a 5year survivor of Breast Ca. Thanks to all of you for keeping us in your prayers.

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