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Thread: in the middle of the night

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    Junior Member ssuzz's Avatar
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    in the middle of the night

    I had this brain freeze and I got up and cut this out . I have no idea how I'm going to
    put it together into a quilt. I should have stayed in bed. If it actually becomes a
    quilt I'm going to call it Roulette SSUZZ
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    WOW... That is going to be beautiful. Your colour combinations are very elegant and that is a very imaginative layout. I can hardly wait to see your finished quilt.
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    I am glad I'm not the only one that pulls these middle of the night frenzies!! Thought I was crazy!!

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    Looks great so far. Needs you to decide on a color for setting triangles in between the blocks...Keep it going...

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    Wish I could help but can't seem to come up with a suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustAbitCrazy View Post
    Looks great so far. Needs you to decide on a color for setting triangles in between the blocks...Keep it going...
    Whereas I don't see the need for any setting triangles ... put the hexes tobether in normal OBW fashion.

    I can see many of the smaller ones spinning out of the large circles, and then gradually a conversion into the larger hexes. The challenge will be to transition from the circles to the hexes (both sizes) ... and you'll have to just cut into the hexes to make the curves fit. You might be able to group similar colour hexes together in those spin areas.
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    Gorgeous, I would love to see the original fabric
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    Wow, how pretty! Good luck.

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    Love the circles..................................and colors
    Just passing through!

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    So pretty! I wish I came up with pretty things in the middle of the night!

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