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Thread: Piecing together a pattern-help?

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    Piecing together a pattern-help?

    I found a pattern on FreePatterns.com and it is called peek-a-boo. It comes from the Big Book of 20 Pieced Candle Mats designed by
    Ruth Swasey
    . I have tried to do this pattern and can't figure it out. Is anyone familiar w/ this pattern? I looked on the internet to see others called p a b but this one is
    and it doesn't look like the others that I have found.
    Last edited by QuiltnNan; 10-22-2012 at 02:38 AM. Reason: duplicate post correction

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    It will be a bit tricky to sew the strips to the center block and that is probably where you are confused, but I wouldn't begin to know how to explain the procedure to you, hopefully one of the seasoned quilters here will chime in and help you out. Good luck with the project.

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    Are the partial seams the bit that is giving you problems? It wasn't explained very well in the pattern. Maybe this will help
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnYll1fzAJM
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    Yes the partial seams. And it said it was an easy pattern! Could be since I just started quilting a couple of months ago. Thanks for the information I am going to go check it out.

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    Thank you. Sorry for all the other posts. Haven't figured out how to post or reply yet. I looked at the video and it explained it very clearly. Can't wait to work on it. Thanks again.

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    Thanks Woody. I put to squares together and they look good.

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    Glad I could help If you ever get stuck just ask the question here on the board, someone will always be able to help. Good luck with the rest of it.
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    That is a good tute. J J
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    Very understandable and easy tute, thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woody View Post
    Are the partial seams the bit that is giving you problems? It wasn't explained very well in the pattern. Maybe this will help
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UnYll1fzAJM
    Thanks, I was trying to explain it but it is just to complicated and need a tut.

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