Country Cottage Block 4 June

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Maggie aka Grandma Sunshine:

My, my gals!  I've never seen so many beautiful blocks in one place!  I'm just in awe at how creative and talented everyone is and how inspirational the blocks are to me. I love this group. Hahaha

I agree with you Maggie! There are some very cute blocks coming out!

 

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gini replied on Wed, Apr 10 2013 11:41 PM

very pretty, janet.   great use of fabrics

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Janet, your lines are so crisp in block 4. Are you using the Mylar no melt template and starch method?

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Maggie aka Grandma Sunshine:

Janet, your lines are so crisp in block 4. Are you using the Mylar no melt template and starch method?

No just the double layer freezer paper and starch. Where do you get the Mylar no melt template?

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Thank you Gini

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Maggie aka Grandma Sunshine:

Janet, your lines are so crisp in block 4. Are you using the Mylar no melt template and starch method?

No just the double layer freezer paper and starch. Where do you get the Mylar no melt template?

I get mine at Joann's sometimes (when they have it in stock) but I like the kind my LQS has better. It's not cheap but it does wonders for my hand appliqué. At least it is presentable. LOL. It's a little pricey at 6 sheets for $15.95 but the template hold up to multiple ironing so I only make one template. 

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Ouch! That is expensive! I thought the thick freezer paper was expensive. I use it double, but I can use one template 5-10 times. I really squeeze them on the paper too so I can make it go as far as I can.

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Kris replied on Fri, Apr 12 2013 12:31 AM

Janet Yamamoto:
Here is my block 4.

Beautiful. I love all the fabrics, especially the ginghams. Pretty butterflies.

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Kris:

Janet Yamamoto:
Here is my block 4.

Beautiful. I love all the fabrics, especially the ginghams. Pretty butterflies.

Thank you Kris

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Bonita replied on Sun, Apr 14 2013 1:39 PM

Very pretty Patricia Faye.

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Bonita replied on Sun, Apr 14 2013 1:41 PM

Janet, so pretty. Nice and crisp lines

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Janet Yamamoto:

Ouch! That is expensive! I thought the thick freezer paper was expensive. I use it double, but I can use one template 5-10 times. I really squeeze them on the paper too so I can make it go as far as I can.

Janet, I might have to try the doubled freezer paper but I really like the templates. LOL

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Jan replied on Thu, May 9 2013 12:58 PM

I didn't like the way the tulip went over the house so I changed it up a bit.  Then there was all this blank space at the top so I changed it again.  Now it is done.

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Bonita replied on Thu, May 9 2013 5:35 PM

Love your block Jan.

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Nice job Jan. Love the sun and the house fabric.

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