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Thread: Everytime I watch this, I'm amazed

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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DWpSETMbws4&NR=1

    Called NOT YOUR GRANMOTHERS TUMBLING BLOCKS.

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    I bought that pattern years ago and it works well.

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    I did it "the other way" and when I watch this I think I could have spared myself a lot of grief!!!

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    love it, can't wait to try it!

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    I've never thought of doing a tumbling blocks because of the set in seams. May have to reconsider.

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    My BFF and I used this easier pattern and made a baby quilt for her not too long ago. It worked great.

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    Wow - that's amazing! I have avoided this pattern for years because I like quilting to be enjoyable not frustrating! LOL I don't mind stretching myself, but it looked just too monotonous and time-consuming. This method looks more interesting and definitely easier. Thanks so much for posting the link! :D :D

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    I too love this pattern, but have avoided it for years. Now I'm excited to try this method. Thanks! :lol:

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    I have some rather old fabric that I want to use in a tb quilt. Thanks for the link and info.

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    I did this pattern about 10 years ago, the other way. Guess it's time to update my colors and do it the easy way. Thanks for showing us this.

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