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Thread: FABRIC FLING- I think I may have completely lost it

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    I know the original gal who made the fabric fling quilt posted here also later made a post on how to make the blocks...I cant find it at all. Could it have gotten deleted it doesnt show in "my posts" either

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    The poster asked that the tute be removed

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    Sorry, just saw the post that it was removed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharon b
    The poster asked that the tute be removed
    OK I am NOT losing it....I knew I had seen it.

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    sorry, what's FLING ?? Thank you ladies! :D

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    the "pattern" in question is just an ever-so-slightly upscale string quilt.

    here's a free set of instructions for the same public domain design. you can use any number of strips that pleases you; any fabric selections; any block size.

    http://quiltville.com/striptwist.shtml

    Bonnie makes hers by cutting the starting block into two triangles and then playing with sets of four. the other method involves cutting the starting block into four triangles and rotating those to get the desired effect.

    it all works out the same ... except you get to keep the money in your pocket (or use it to buy fabric. :lol: )

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    SO many thank you s :D:D, you gals are awesome! :thumbup:

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    Patrice j, thank you so much for posting this. i had it bookmarked, did'nt know they[anyone ] could erase from your personal areas..again, thanks molly

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewnmom
    Patrice j, thank you so much for posting this. i had it bookmarked, did'nt know they[anyone ] could erase from your personal areas..again, thanks molly
    i'm not clear on what this means so i can't provide an accurate response.

    please explain. :-)

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