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Jacy Posted: Wed, Feb 19 2014 1:42 PM | Locked

Please share  your blocks you complete from Row D here.

 

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Jane Shackelford replied on Sat, Mar 22 2014 7:16 PM | Locked

D-6 Challenge:JAS

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Patricia Faye replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 7:56 PM | Locked

Here is my completed Row D blocks.  I'm having problems getting them all the same size, especially when paper piecing them.  I'll have to add to the sides on some of them when I get ready to put the row together.  

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Judy T-Bellingham replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 8:26 PM | Locked

Patricia, your Row D blocks look great.  I need to get on the stick and make a few more DJ blocks. I have the fabric selected just need to sew them.


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Faye Doll replied on Sun, Mar 23 2014 8:43 PM | Locked

Beautiful blocks, Patricia!  I have quite a few blocks done... but each row has at least one missing... and usually it's an applique block!  Good job getting them all done!

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Patricia4 replied on Mon, Mar 31 2014 1:20 PM | Locked

Now that is just plain gorgeous.  Stunning!

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Patricia4 replied on Mon, Mar 31 2014 1:22 PM | Locked

Well I was thinking of trying to paper piece to IMPROVE my size regularity.  Hmmmm, I will have to think about that some more now! 

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Judy T-Bellingham replied on Mon, Mar 31 2014 3:14 PM | Locked

Patricia4:

Well I was thinking of trying to paper piece to IMPROVE my size regularity.  Hmmmm, I will have to think about that some more now!

 

I haven't kept track but I've probably paper pieced quite a few of the blocks. I definitely paper piece the triangles.

 


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Patricia4 replied on Sat, Apr 5 2014 12:39 AM | Locked

I can't believe it, I FINALLY got a DJ block done after a month!  Had to stay up 'til almost midnight to do it, but I did it!  I used freezer paper foundation piecing for the first time on this.  Have any of you guys tried that?  I actually liked it better than regular paper piecing I think, although still trying to fully get the hang of it.  Also discovered "square" setting on iPhone camera.  Well, I guess as long as I figure it all out eventually....!  At least I got all my stripes facing the same way.  Now there's a surprise!

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Judy T-Bellingham replied on Sat, Apr 5 2014 9:33 AM | Locked

Patricia4, great job on this one. What beautiful fabric.


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Patricia4 replied on Sat, Apr 5 2014 7:16 PM | Locked

Thank you Judy!  Here's hoping I can keep up the momentum.... !  I did work on E-5 Rising Sun today, again freezer paper piecing.  Coming along, a stitch at a time....

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Jane Shackelford replied on Thu, Apr 10 2014 6:37 PM | Locked

D-5  JAS

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Patricia4 replied on Fri, Apr 11 2014 9:32 PM | Locked

Now I just love these fabrics Jane, and great job with getting the fabric stripes going in the right directions - I always mess up with any kind of directional fabric - I get to concentrating so hard on the other aspects that I forget about direction.  ; )

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Jane Shackelford replied on Sat, Apr 12 2014 1:39 PM | Locked

Thanks Patricia.  Sometimes I am very careful and other times it is just a happy happing.  Sometimes I rip out more seams than I sew.  Just keep plugging along.  As I have said before sometimes this is more like an occupation than a hobby.  Happy quilting everyone.  JAS

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Jane Shackelford replied on Thu, Apr 17 2014 12:00 PM | Locked

D-10  JAS

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