Friday, October 22, 2010

TR-11

Number 225!  Woohoo!

Print or trace the block diagram onto foundation paper, number, and cut out as below.
You have to mirror the diagram!
 Foundation piece all the numbered sections and trim the seam allowances to 1/4". Cut the unnumbered sections out of the appropriate fabric. Remember to add the 1/4" seam allowance here as well.

 Assemble the block following the photos below.





Applique the small top kite into position.
TR-11

24 comments:

  1. WOW! Congratulations.

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  2. Congratulations. I am impressed. I hope this blog will remine after you're finished too, for a slower worker. Hugs Jofrid

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  3. Wonderful - congratulations! You got all the blocks and triangles done. Now you only have to put it together and quilt it. Can't wait to see this also.

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  4. ¡¡¡ enhorabuena ¡¡¡ Estoy deseando ver todos los bloques cosidos. Quedará maravilloso¡¡¡. Saludos desde España

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  5. Big congrats!! Thanks for all your hard work. This blog paired with the Dear Jane software has been a huge help in getting blocks done. I hope you will post about putting everything together, especially the scallops around the edges.

    Cheers!
    Rachel

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  6. I've been following your journey, although I couldn't keep up with you! Congratulations on a job well done...can't wait to see the finished quilt!

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  7. Congratulations!!! The 225 blocks have been quite a journey. Thank you so, so much for sharing how you did them. It has been so helpful and inspiring for me. :)

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  8. Good job! What an inspiration you have been! I've been lurking here almost since the beginning. I kept up for a while then life interfered. Thank you so much for all your hard work on this! Like others, I hope to see assembly, how you quilt it and how you do the scallped binding. Congrats!!! -Trish

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  9. Congrats to your getting all your blocks done! A group of us are starting a Dear Jane quilt at the start of the new year and your posts will be most helpful. Thank you for all the hard work you put into it! :)

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  10. We'll echo the congratulations and thanks on behalf of so many quilters. We've added your blog button to our site so that newbies can learn from all your painstaking effort and your detailed photos. Great job !

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  11. Congratulations, and well done. Thanks for all the posts. I havn't been able to keep up but will attempt soon. Thanks again.

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  12. Congratulations! Sensational! That is very gratifying!

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  13. Congratulations. WOW. You must be very proud. I would love to see the end result of this beautiful quilt.

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  14. Congratulations! I'm a newbie making this quilt and have four blocks finished so far. Thank you for the lessons.

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  15. Congratulations on finishing all the blocks. An amazing accomplishment. Can't wait to see the journey continue as you put them all together, then quilt.

    I've enjoyed (and marveled) at your progress. Thanks for your commitment and sharing your progress with us all.

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  16. Congratulations!!!!! You have finished all the blocks!!!!
    Thank you to share with us the way you did it!

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  17. Congratulations on achieving all of your blocks. Looking forward to see how you will put it all together. Your blog has helped me a lot and inspired me. I've started looking at patterns in a different way. The freezer paper piecing is great. So what is next? Midgets? Nearly Insane? Diamonds?
    Thanks.

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  18. Congratulations, Anina! It has been enjoyable journey, unfortunately I fell off the wagon last year. But I'm going to continue on one day;) with your very helpful instructions. Thanks for all your help!!!!

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  19. Well done! How does it feel? Thank you for inspiring me to get back on this project and get it finished! I look forward to seeing your progress with the remainder of this project. Well done! Congratulations!

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  20. Congratsssssss!!! well done!!! Thanks soo much for sharing all yr knowledge with us, for me as an absolutely beginner quilter, your posts are a treasure.
    It's a superb job!!! kisses from Argentina! =) =)

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  21. well done!!!.. I am sorry that i fell so far behind. But there have been trials and tribulations. you have done a wonderful job with this blog. I can't wait to see it all sewn together. In the new year I hope to restart mine you are a true inspiration. Congratulations

    Cheers
    Elsa - Perth Western Australia

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  22. Congratulations, Anina. Thanks for all your inspiration and fantastic directions. Looks like you are on track for completion of the top by the end of the year. Maybe the whole thing.

    I want to know if fireworks are going off and angels are singing when you are done, I know there must be a grand prize for getting to the end.

    Fabulous job.

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  23. What a great accomplishment! I lost steam a while ago, but I am now going to start up again!

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