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    I’m making this one tonight. I like getting two a month because that all the fabric stays out all month! LOL. This quit is a beauty, Judy!

  2. 2

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    Well…..That will show me for being cocky! I just completed block 6 and had a heck of a time! I sewed then unsewed. I fudged & pinned & sewed some more. It turned out lovely BUT is a good 1/4 inch too small. I’ll have to try again. I thought I had that 1/16th thing down pat but apparently not.

  3. 6

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    Before I started blogging (last May) I began reading other blogs and looking at what one could do within the three main blog services – Typepad, WordPress, and Blogger. One thing I noticed was that bloggers complained more about Typepad and WordPress but I can only think of a couple of times that I read complaints about Blogger. So, when I set up my blog, I chose Blogger because it was free and it has really been easy to work within. I have only one issue and that’s the fact that you can’t load pdf’s. I decided to set up an alternate blog in WordPress just for pdf’s. Unfortunately, I found it so difficult to maneuver in that I gave up. Now that’s just me but I have really come to enjoy blogging and I don’t want to have to learn how to be an engineer just to do it. So I am staying with blogger and will send my pdf patterns via e-mail to a list of those who sign up to the BOM when I start it in December. I sure understand your frustration. 🙂

  4. 8

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    I sewed and ripped. Then pinned and sewed and ripped and then sewed again until I got it. Yaaah. Sorry, you’re having problems with the blog, Judy.

  5. 12

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    This block went together easily. I have been using my Eleanor Burns Triangle Square Up Ruler and her Flying Geese Ruler to square the blocks up before moving on to the next step, and that’s been key for me . . .