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Thread: please explain OBW and stack and whack

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    You did a wonderful job of showing this. Beautiful material to make it easier to notice what you meant. Good job. Thanks
    Soooooooo stack means just stacking all same print together AND whack would be ????????

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    So they are can be squares or triangles. Whack means put them together? The whack is strange word to use.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eisgoow
    So they are can be squares or triangles. Whack means put them together? The whack is strange word to use.
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    I think it refers to the speed, ie you just whack em out? Plus, it rhymes with 'stack' :lol:

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    Quilter7x....My SIL almost didn't get her C'mas gift last month as it was made with that same fabric. As I was making her pillow cases, my brain kept seeing OBW from the fabric!!! Please share pix as you get this one put together.

    Patti

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    Mom - I am new at this and I saw a video and says the panels that are on edge of quilts should have seams facing to edge of quilt. I know that sometimes the bulk is worse than others at corners etc. You say to iron all seams open. Can you give more advise on this please? Exceptions to every rule ??
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandyo
    The big difference I have noticed is that stack and whack are with 8 triangles and have a background and binding between. The OBW are six triangles and can all be connected to each other.
    Actually, the stack n whack I am working on (or will be soon) is six triangles/hexagons.
    One block wonders - - on a four patch, you line up FOUR layers of fabric to get the results that Quilterx7 demonstrated for us

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