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DJ F8

I think I am entering the After-100-DJ slump. Usually, I cut out 3-4 of the squares I feel are cool and do-able, but lately, I'm feeling uninspired by any of them. Will I ever finish this? F8 is a fairly straight-forward block with the only "twist" being the angled pieces on the outside edge

DJ C13

Unbelievable how my piecing has improved. I find it remarkable that those little corners are still sharp. Before this I bypassed C13 because of the little triangles, but they're not so tough to piece.

DJ B10

B10 is another on-grain, straightforward block. In fact, the only bias pieces are the triangles which make the x into a cross in the center. Still, with all the simplicity of this block, it took an agonizingly long time for me to piece. Should I work on another project for a while and come back to Jane?

DJ TS1

I just can't shake off this mood. Even the triangles don't cheer me up. Even the EASY triangles (of which there seem to be precious few) aren't working... Maybe it is time to take a break.

DJ G9

G9 sat in my box waiting and waiting. Then when I started to work on it, this block resisted and resisted. "Finished is better than perfect" but I must have put those half-square triangles on the corners in wrong three or four times. When I finally got it done, I realized I had cut off a corner of the inside X. Rip it out again? No way!

DJ H12

We took a roadtrip. It was a nice day and the car just gravitated northward towards New Hampshire. Two hours later we found outselves in Keepsake Quilting with a stack of William Morris fabrics that I didn't already own. Note to self: read the catalogue more closely. (And originally I was going to write 'H12 shows how much I loooove the William Morris Christmas reds.')

DJ C2

You know you are a quilter when the prospect of working with new fabric pulls you out of your slump and gives you renewed energy. If you look at I-12 as a 9-patch with Flying Geese (and each Flying Goose block has a pieced triangle) then this doesn't look all that tough.

DJ K5

I used another of the new (to me) William Morris browns to piece K5. I had no trouble insetting the angled 4-patches in the light blocks, but you might want to applique them. I don't think it really makes that much difference.