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Thread: Jane Stickle Cyber Block Party Wk. 49 C1, D13, H13, A8, BR1 (M)

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    What can I say about this week....EASY, EASY, EASY!!!!

    Have fun!!!

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    These were easy! Loved the tri's final look and simple construction.

    :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    Beeuuteeful as usual Meredith! I loved this easy week. You really feel likd you've done something when you fly through the week so quickly! :lol::lol:

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    Week 49. Easy group too!

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    Ahhh yes...I see you left a nice spot for some extra quilting on D13...and I just love your choices for the tri. It is so sharp and clean looking. Great job Jan!

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    Jan, another lovely set!

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    Thank you girls! I really like both of yours too!! It's getting exciting to be so near the end!

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    Made it to week 49. Had a fit on the really simple one with the small diamond in the middle as I ran out of material and was stitching bits of fabric together........just made it.

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    all the blocks are beautiful ladies

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    Pretty Elle! Thats funny about having to stitch the little pieces together....you know that when you are in a bind like that you can "make" the fabric in your printer...scan it, then copy it- making it the size you need, then iron a piece of muslin or a nice background onto freezer paper so it will run through the printer. Print, then viola'...a new piece of fabric!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandpat
    Pretty Elle! Thats funny about having to stitch the little pieces together....you know that when you are in a bind like that you can "make" the fabric in your printer...scan it, then copy it- making it the size you need, then iron a piece of muslin or a nice background onto freezer paper so it will run through the printer. Print, then viola'...a new piece of fabric!
    NOW I find out. Thanks for telling me that great trick. However I just made it, it won´t show at all in the great view of things, or again I might make it over.

    Elle x

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    heh hehe... well, at least you know for those future emergencies! Not the greatest solution, but it works for small things. Be sure to heat set the ink..it works the best if you have some of that fabric that is "printer ready".

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandpat
    Pretty Elle! Thats funny about having to stitch the little pieces together....you know that when you are in a bind like that you can "make" the fabric in your printer...scan it, then copy it- making it the size you need, then iron a piece of muslin or a nice background onto freezer paper so it will run through the printer. Print, then viola'...a new piece of fabric!
    NOW I find out. Thanks for telling me that great trick. However I just made it, it won´t show at all in the great view of things, or again I might make it over.

    Elle x

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