Monday, December 31, 2012

iPhone-o-gram. It happens

Happy new year everyone.

I am traveling and teaching and on the road and unable to answer everyone's personal emails.

Please cut 19 5-1/2" green squares for the quarter square triangles in Easy Street part 6.

Due to my travel schedule and my files being on my home computer I am unable to edit the printer friendly PDF copies. Please make note of the changes on your copies.

26 comments:

Deborah DeBerry said...

Is this the green 5 1/2" squares?

Harley Quilter said...

From which color?

Rizzy said...

I'm confused with this one too.....will wait for tomorrow's clue.

Libby said...

If it helps....yes, the green. The instructions called for 16 cut into 4 but you'll need 19 cut into 4 for a total of 76.

Carolyn Sullivan said...

Thanks Libby that makes a WHOLE lot more sense!

Mary Ellen said...

I noticed that still more green triangles were needed and I cut them. Figured that Bonnie had her hands full trying to travel, run a class, and keep up with us. We're pretty good testers, I guess?

Unknown said...

Don't worry Bonnie. We will figure it out. Can't get anything else done today I am so excited about the grand finish tomorrow!!!. Enjoy your travels and Happy New Year. Marilyn in BC

Quilting with Mudge said...

I cut some more when I got to finishing the final few triangle blocks. Thought I missed some directions. No worries! It all worked out!

Karen said...

Keep calm and sew on!!

Patchwork Penguin said...

No problem Miss Bonnie... I'm sure everyone can figure it out. Enjoy your time in the warm south!

Quilting_Chris said...

Don't worry about it, we can write the number on our own printouts. Looks like you all are having a good time sewing together on New Years Eve. Have a safe evening, everyone.

Jeanne Dumphy said...

Couldn't ask for anything more. Happy New Year!!!!

miss jamee said...

okee dokee, 19! (things havent gone smoothly for me today either)

Mary said...

Got the Four Triangle 1's done, now on to the 12 Triangle 2's. Will cut those extra Green squares before I sew the rest. The step we cut the 3.5" squares was after Part 4 not 5. I already changed it on my printed copy. I'm sure I'm not the first to notice that. Thanks for keeping us guessing.

Karen in Kentucky said...

I have been printing the directions out as we have gone along, but I don't have all the fabric colors to make it right now. Could someone please tell me which part of these directions I need to change? Is it on Part 7??? It would help if I knew which part and perhaps which page of that part.
Help, please.
KarenP3720@aol.com

Julie said...

No problem. I had already cut extra b/c that is just how I roll. Enjoy your trip!

Sharon Thomsen said...

Have finished all of my triable units but didn't need to cut anything extra. Seems I have been cutting too many things all along. Oh well! Love how it looks and anxious for tomorrow!

Luann said...

HAPPY NEW YEAR FROM COLORADO!!!

Sharon Thomsen said...

Hahaha! I went back and looked at everything only to realize that we need to make 12 of the larger units and I only made 4! Guess it's back to the sewing room for me before they drop the ball at midnight. LOL.

Faith Kayajian said...

Karen - it is the last step in part 6. The original says to cut 16 5 1/2" squares. You actually need 19 5 1/2" squares. To yield 76 quarter square triangles.

Sandra Rocco said...

Happy New Year!!

Susan in FL said...

Thank you Bonnie. I won't be finished for a few weeks but I have been having a great time with Easy Street. I love how things are coming together in your posts. Stay sfe in your travels and I hope 2013 is a great year for Quiltville, etal.

mari carmen said...

¡Happy new year for all family!

Supergoof said...

Heel veel GELUK in 2013 from The Netherlands!!
:o)

Bouts Choisis said...

Happy New Year Bonnie! Best wishes for a great 2013! Thanks so much for giving so much time and energy to your blog readers.

ria vogelzang said...

A very happy and QuiltFULL NewYear!
God bless you and your family!
Enjoy your classes; it sounds like so much fun!
Love,
Ria (the Netherlands).