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Thread: Dimensional folded fabric quilt block

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    found this on amazon dot com

    Wish someone could work with me on some of these.. they would make great pillows for christmas !

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    Is it like a hst only you leave all the fabric on insteaad of trimming the back off? I love the look of this.

    Linda

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    I have that book and started the project eight years ago. Still in the bag, probably won't finish it. Those flowers are harder than it looks to do. Marge

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    OH, I collect books like baseball cards.. right.. some of these are hard ! I just am amazed!

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    Love the block.

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    Hi SaraSewing,
    I found a great site for textured( folded) fabric blocks. Go to sewnup.com for a 25-block quilt.
    I see by the date that I am a little late to the site. Hope this helps.
    Etta G.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Etta G. View Post
    Hi SaraSewing,
    I found a great site for textured( folded) fabric blocks. Go to sewnup.com for a 25-block quilt.
    I see by the date that I am a little late to the site. Hope this helps.
    Etta G.
    Here is the link to the website. Fabulous techniques.

    http://mypatchwork.wordpress.com/201...-free-project/

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    Normasews- that a Great link! Seem like it would be a fun project- Someday.

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    Folding

    Try the ten minute block it has a folded square. But the five. Minute block has a half.
    This baby pattern was easy the triangles with turn back are the folded sections.
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    Finished is better than a UFO

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