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Thread: Civil War Block swap - One, Two Three

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    I went to the quilterscache and it won't let me print off the patterns. I keep getting a message saying its a violation of copy write. Anyone else have this problem?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bbemerald View Post
    Okay, for those that have done this swap, how much yardage did you need for 2 sets & for 3 sets? Just curious.
    Thinking about joining the swap. I wouldn't want to run short on fabric.
    I didn't figure this one out as you are only making 4 of three different blocks.....and can use different colors for each block set.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marcialee View Post
    I went to the quilterscache and it won't let me print off the patterns. I keep getting a message saying its a violation of copy write. Anyone else have this problem?
    You might just right-click on the page and click "print". You should be able to do it that way. If you're still having problems, it could be an issue with your browser.
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    I've finished the final Double T blocks... Deb, I'm pm'ing you for an address to send these off tomorrow!

    I am sending return postage, but do you prefer stamps or cash?

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    I do if I right click on my mouse and then try and print. It says I can not copy the graphics. If I go to my tool bar and click on the printer icon I have no problems.

    Quote Originally Posted by marcialee View Post
    I went to the quilterscache and it won't let me print off the patterns. I keep getting a message saying its a violation of copy write. Anyone else have this problem?
    Anna Quilts

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    If you are having problems printing, PM me your email and I will save all the instruction pages and turn them into a pdf for you.
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    Got Auntie to go to the quilt shoppe for me and she got me more fabric and another assortment if I decide to make a second set. I think she was more excited to buy the fabric for me and pick out the coordinating colors. She always second guesses herself, but I think she did an excellent job.

    Almost done with the first set of Double T's and started cutting out the Star of Virginia.

    I tried again to put the pictures on the site and I keep getting a message that the download failed. I am using a Mac and even tried cropping the picture in case it was too big, but not getting that message. Any suggestions?

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    I love the color tone of those t blocks! Things seem busy around here, but I still intend to get at least one set made for the swap!
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    I finally had time to go thru my stash to see if I had anything that would be considered CW fabric. I have looked at several pictures, but am still not sure so if anyone could give me insight as to what I should or should not use please do. Thanks.Name:  001.JPG
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    sorry the pic isn't the best. the top one is a dark brown with dots on it
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    Marcialee - the last three rows are gorgeous! I absolutely adore those fabrics! In the top two rows, the blues and the golden yellow with the blue are beautiful! As for what I would not suggest ( the CW fabric snotty )- Row 1 - #1 the brown dots. Row 2- the yellow and blue small print, Row 4 - #1 - the peachy fabric with the yellow and darker dots. CW fabrics tend to be more muted.
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    I told myself, "no more swaps until I get some of my other swap blocks quilted". I've been trying to resist this swap but I love civil war fabrics. I give up. Sign me up.

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    this is my double T block. I am not really happy with the outcome. so bulky with all the seams.Name:  003.JPG
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    Quote Originally Posted by marcialee View Post
    this is my double T block. I am not really happy with the outcome. so bulky with all the seams.
    It looks great from here!
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    Looks really good to me. If you have not done so yet and you want to, you can try and spray a little starch and press the seams open that can be pressed open. But I think they are fine as they are.


    Quote Originally Posted by marcialee View Post
    this is my double T block. I am not really happy with the outcome. so bulky with all the seams.Name:  003.JPG
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    here is my shoo fly...now that was an easy one!Name:  003.JPG
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    if anyone thinks these fabrics I am using doesn't represent please let me know as I won't be making the others until the middle of the week. Thanks
    Marcialee

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    Frustrated's blocks came in ...... you girls are outdoing yourselves!
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    Marcialee, you are on a roll. Some one is super fast. They look good to me.
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    Marcialee, your blocks are great! No reason to be unhappy with the double T!
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    Handi and Hauser - your blocks came today.
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    Oh, man, I wish I had seen this earlier! I have a drawer full of CW fabrics and nothing to do with them. Dang!
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    Quote Originally Posted by benndm View Post
    I told myself, "no more swaps until I get some of my other swap blocks quilted". I've been trying to resist this swap but I love civil war fabrics. I give up. Sign me up.
    LOL!
    I'm the same way, I just love seeing everyone's blocks.
    It's hard to resist.
    I better get stitching.
    Veronica

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    totosmom.....I am a softee.....you are in.
    Deb Watkins - I woke up today on the right side of dirt. It is a good day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deb watkins View Post
    totosmom.....I am a softee.....you are in.
    Yay! Thanks. Here are some of the fabrics I'm thinking of using:
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