Dear Jane Stickle 2d Cyber Block Party - January 2012

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by , 11-16-2011 at 11:17 AM (862 Views)
For my reference as I hope to sew along. As I have a few blocks done, I am going to substitute others or do fewer as family demands.

Quote Originally Posted by Cre8tvlwyr View Post
Here is the schedule for the first 28 weeks:
A6 A8 B4
C1 B13 C3
A1 A5 B1 HST & FG tutes here
B2 B3 B10
B12 A3 BR1 -triangle
TR1 TR2 catch up
A7 A9 A11
A2 A4 B11
A10 C12 B9
B8 B7 A13
A12 B5 B6
C9 C6 D3
TR2 TR5 C2
C4 C5 C8
BR2 TR9 C10
C11 C13 D1
D2 D4 D5
C7 D13 Sew rows A-C together
D6 D10 D11
RS11 D8 D9
E1 E2 E3 E4
D7 D12 Add row D to A-C
RS7 RS8 E9
E10 E12 E13
E5 RS4 TR8
E6 E8 TR10
E7 E11 Add row E to A-D

I will have to figure out how to add week#s - but you get the gist... by end of December or earlier I will post it as an attachment mark which ones are beginners and advanced.

For those of you who are deterred by the thought of triangles = I have been assured they are not as hard as they seem - and I definitely have chosen to do the easier ones first. We have to start by doing some of them during the first few months, otherwise we will have 52 to do at the end. I've tried to adjust past schedules to include the suggestions made by other DJ quilters - to be able to "see" some progress by sewing rows together and by spreading the difficulty - with a concentration of beginners at the beginning - saving some til the end and concentrating the advanced somewhat spread throughout the middle-end of journey.

Hope this works!! Any other suggestions - pass em on to me and I'll try my best...
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