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    This site has paper piecing patterns, but something else I found on there is just amazing - to me anyway.
    http://www.wilmakarels.nl/blokken.php?jaar=2003

    If you go about half way down the page, there are 6 little blocks that says 'New! Choose your quilt design'. Click on that and it takes you to a page that has different quilt pictures. Click on one of the quilts. Then on the left side you have choices....click on 'quilt same pattern'. I was just amazed at the different quilts you could make just by changing the color and layout of the same blocks!

    This probably isn't as exciting to you experienced quilters, but I was just in awe! lol

    Carol B

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    Thank you for sharing this site. I like to play with colors and to see how others do also :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by ctack2
    This site has paper piecing patterns, but something else I found on there is just amazing - to me anyway.
    http://www.wilmakarels.nl/blokken.php?jaar=2003

    If you go about half way down the page, there are 6 little blocks that says 'New! Choose your quilt design'. Click on that and it takes you to a page that has different quilt pictures. Click on one of the quilts. Then on the left side you have choices....click on 'quilt same pattern'. I was just amazed at the different quilts you could make just by changing the color and layout of the same blocks!

    This probably isn't as exciting to you experienced quilters, but I was just in awe! lol

    Carol B
    Wow, thanks for sharing I sometimes have problems visualizing the possible variations you can get from a
    pattern. Iam having fun playing with the possibilities!

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    Oh No another place for me to get lost in on the net :oops:

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    Thank you . I got lost in there ! Annie

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    Did anyone else find this link in another language other than English? It looks like maybe Dutch or German. Is there a way to get it into English?
    Wendy B

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    Try Google translate . Annie

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    Thanks. I was so excited to look at the site then sat here laughing because I couldn't read it. The pictures are great though.
    Wendy B

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    Great site - thanks - hope I can figure out instructions!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunkistmi
    Did anyone else find this link in another language other than English? It looks like maybe Dutch or German. Is there a way to get it into English?
    Wendy B
    ditto....couldn't read a thing !!!!!!!!!!!!

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