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Thread: My wonkey blocks(today's product)

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    Senior Member tothenci's Avatar
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    My wonkey blocks(today's product)

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    thanks...good technique to use up odd fabrics that do not really go together!

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    fun looking blocks!

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    I saw this wonky block tutorial and loved it, too. I am going to give it a try using all sorts of plaids at the request of my DGD. I was having a hard time finding a pattern to incorporate the large and medium plaids she likes until I saw this one.
    I'll try a few sample blocks first to see how they work out.
    What size are your finished blocks here? Mine will be the largest size square I can get out of the back of a shirt I think. LOL
    Linda Wedge White

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    My blocks made in 30X30cm on base link.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wildyard View Post
    I saw this wonky block tutorial and loved it, too. I am going to give it a try using all sorts of plaids at the request of my DGD. I was having a hard time finding a pattern to incorporate the large and medium plaids she likes until I saw this one.
    I'll try a few sample blocks first to see how they work out.
    What size are your finished blocks here? Mine will be the largest size square I can get out of the back of a shirt I think. LOL
    My blocks size are 30x30cm. I made already 40 pices...
    Enci

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    Great blocks to use up scraps

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    Very cute!!
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    Wonderful! Thanks sew much for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tothenci View Post
    Thank you for the post. Have to give this a try.

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