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Thread: Discussion on Fabric choices for OBW

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    a regular here cutebuns's Avatar
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    On Mon, I will be starting a discussion of fabric choices for the OBW,

    For those that have the book and possibly the ruler, and always wanted to try it, you may be interested.

    For those that have always wanted to try and don't have the book, you may want to think about getting it now as there are a few of us that are planning on starting one.

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    OK, I'm not getting the OBW! Clarify, Please!

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    One Block Wonder,

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    WooHoo!!! I can't wait :D:D:D

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    These blocks are just so cool looking, but they look way to hard for me yet! I will be watching you guys though for tips, I definatly want to do one of these when I am a little more experienced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    WooHoo!!! I can't wait :D:D:D
    sounds good.

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    that is one quilt I want to do...but can't start one at this time. I may be able to buy the book so I can follow along and get familiar with the process.

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    To be honest, it is one of the easiest blocks that I have ever done, there really isn't anything to it, feel free to watch and see just how simple it really is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cutebuns
    To be honest, it is one of the easiest blocks that I have ever done, there really isn't anything to it, feel free to watch and see just how simple it really is.
    Really? It just looks like it would be complicated, but I will definatly watch and see. I would love to do those!

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    what is the name of the book?? I have always wanted to do one of these

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