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Thread: Kaleidoscope tutorial

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    Senior Member Ccorazone's Avatar
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    Kaleidoscope tutorial

    I posted my kaleidoscope quilt in the "Pictures" section of this Forum. I have had several PM's about how they are made (at least the way I made mine). I'm going to start a new one soon, so I thought when I did I could create a tutorial as I go. I looked in the "Tutorial" section and did not see a tutorial of this kind. If no one objects I'll get started soon. It will take me a while to get everything together as I have to take a lot of pictures as I go..

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    A tutorial would be great. I loved how your quilt turned out...just beautiful!! Thank you so much! I can't wait!
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    Thank You !Thank You ! Thank you!!

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    Yes, please. That quilt is beautiful.
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    That would be wonderful and I look forward to seeing it.

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    I'm all for a tutorial!! Thanks. I know it involves a lot of work (pictures and details and instructions) for you!
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    Love tutorials! Can't wait to see yours. Thanks for thinking of us.
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    Can't wait to read it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jcrow View Post
    I'm all for a tutorial!! Thanks. I know it involves a lot of work (pictures and details and instructions) for you!
    Ditto, Ditto!
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    That would be great! Thank-you!
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