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  1. SharonPye's Avatar
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    This is great! I'd started a spreadsheet with the contents of each Block magazine but this is much better!
  2. sgray7169's Avatar
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    No wonder I don't make my quilts for sale!!
  3. bgk44's Avatar
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    I have twin grandsons that are autistic. I think the one that is mentally younger would love this. Will try this. It is always so hard to come up with gifts and I think this will be great.
  4. KristinaC's Avatar
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    This layout is interesting. It creates a fancy but consistent diagonal stripe. I'm thinking most of the Snails at Sea quilts have alternating snail trail block turned one quarter turn. That allows for the secondary pattern of the center stars.
  5. Judith1005's Avatar
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    That's really cool. How did the little boy like it?
  6. mawluv's Avatar
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    Thanks for posting this!! I've never seen this before, looks like fun to make and fun to play with!
  7. pojo's Avatar
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    very pretty quilt
    love the colors
  8. QuiltnNan's Avatar
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    And ManiacQuilter2 posted this comprehensive site https://bcquilter.wordpress.com/quil...n-quilt-sizes/
  9. RosaSharon's Avatar
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    Thank you for posting this. I was trying to think of how I was going to quilt my latest one. This gave me the idea I need.
  10. Beebonnet's Avatar
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    Thank you, thank you. Just printed it for use in the future
  11. pojo's Avatar
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    Thank you for the chart
  12. QuiltnNan's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Girlfriend
    QuiltnNan, after you sew the long strips together, what do you do next? How do you attach it to the quilt?

    I must be missing something.
    click on the link at the bottom, it has the full tutorial
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/tutoria...ge-t77821.html
  13. Girlfriend's Avatar
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    QuiltnNan, after you sew the long strips together, what do you do next? How do you attach it to the quilt?

    I must be missing something.
  14. pojo's Avatar
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    thank you for the chart
  15. Girlfriend's Avatar
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    I love your idea. While I save pictures of quilts that I love, or sparks an idea, by dragging and dropping, I don't have the data that goes with it.

    Your answer provides the solution. Thanks for your idea, and also, for all that you do.
  16. cookiemonster's Avatar
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    Chips, drink and pillow for chair.. All your sewing equipment for machine, other than that, you miss something, borrow, go for a swim, visit others project, eat be merry.
  17. grannyjanny1's Avatar
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    I'm so happy I stumbled across this site. I've been struggling with how to quilt the OBW and your ideas have helped me get past the mental block.
  18. Chaney Ranch's Avatar
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    These designs are absolutely stunning! Thanks so much for sharing this.
  19. jannxin's Avatar
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    Most of all at a Retreat - HAVE FUN! Enjoy all the Quilters & what they make.
    Updated 12-03-2015 at 09:45 AM by QuiltnNan
  20. andylou's Avatar
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    Also, when our group goes on retreat each of us has an envelope under her sewing machine, only to be opened if the quilter needs medical attention. Lists a couple of family members to be contacted, doctor name and phone (including emergency number), list of medicines and medical problems, etc. This came about because once a member needed emergency medical care, of none of us knew the name/phone number of her daughter (she's a widow). Also, none of us knew of any existing medical conditions, etc. Have fun on your first retreat....I'm sure it will not be your last.
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