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Thread: No sew Tumbling Block pattern.

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    The strips could be pressed using the largest bias tape makers. To me, the biggest draw-back is that it's all doubled fabric, therefore heavier than regular piecing.

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    BellaBoo i have a questions, how many strips across do you need to make to start and do they need to be at an angle at bottom to get the tumbling block look. i notice that she pins each strips top and bottom to hold during weaving can you just glue top and bottom instead of pining
    we can make our plans but the out come is in god,s hands nellie diaz

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    Odd the book doesn't have any pictures of the bigger block quilts shown on the video. The pattern for the tiny weave that fits the quilt shown is the only pattern. For that she used 13 1 1/4" wide strips (before folding) for the base. The sample weave I'm making I'm pinning the strips to covered board with fusible attached. Then I'll square up the sample and fuse together.
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    BellaBoo thank you for info on book from what i,ve learned you and other quilters here explain it better then her video thank you all ,i 'll pass on book and learn from here as this post keeps going thanks
    we can make our plans but the out come is in god,s hands nellie diaz

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    Cute pattern & I also think I might need the book to make one for myself!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo View Post
    Odd the book doesn't have any pictures of the bigger block quilts shown on the video. The pattern for the tiny weave that fits the quilt shown is the only pattern. For that she used 13 1 1/4" wide strips (before folding) for the base. The sample weave I'm making I'm pinning the strips to covered board with fusible attached. Then I'll square up the sample and fuse together.

    What size does that block end up being (finshed)? Yet no where in the book is a chart for making other size blocks? I should check does she have a web site?

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    I searched and found this: http://www.ramikim.com/Pages/default.aspx

    And her blog: http://www.ramikim.blogspot.com/

    I couldn't find any information on different sizes of weaving blocks on either of those two links. May hunt some more.

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    Link to one of Rami Kim's free pattern "Praire Points" http://www.quiltviews.com/free-prair...rn-by-rami-kim

    Direct link to pattern: http://www.americanquilter.com/publi...iew.php?id=203

    OK search said you use a 4" strip for the larger quilt size, 2 1/2" for med and 1 1/2" for small folded in 1/2. Yet you said the book tell you 1 1/4" strips.

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    The strip size in the book is for the quilt pattern in the book.
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