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Thread: Please ... Show me the block?

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    Super Member Grandma Cindy's Avatar
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    Great example of her picture and I so understand your quote, tesspug.......
    Quote Originally Posted by tesspug View Post
    Here's a teal and brown Turning Twenty. http://www.kaboodle.com/reviews/teal...ty-queen-quilt

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    Try a search for Turning Twenty patterns & check out books #2 & 3. They are a little more involved than
    the 1st Turning Twenty but do have a square or rect. that would work for embroidery.

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    I think rather than thinking of it as in blocks like a traditional quilt you could peace it in sections and then sew it together and use the embroidery blocks on top of the quilt

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    If this is a catalog picture, there may be no specific block.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gerrie View Post
    I think rather than thinking of it as in blocks like a traditional quilt you could peace it in sections and then sew it together and use the embroidery blocks on top of the quilt
    I would have to agree. YOu can look and see where some are definite blocks, then small pieces were added to say " fill in the blanks." This looks like the way I like to make up quilts I call it DAUG. (design as us go ). Good luck. I think if you at least grasp the concept she would like it.

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    Check out this book by the Turning Twenty ladies:
    http://www.amazon.com/Turning-Twenty.../dp/B000M4IRF4

    Not exactly the same but close.

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    Check some Swirly Girls patterns...they have several that are similar.

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    try this one http://www.beverlys.com/hoffman-free...e-pattern.html I was trying to the "Fat Quarter Shuffle" pattern and came across this one. Take a look.

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    This is book 3 of Turning Twenty, "Turning Twenty Around the Block". This is probably more suited as it is designed for both horizontal and vertical embroidery designs.

    https://www.thequiltbear.com/store-detail.php?ID=621

    OOPS, looks like SweetAna and I both had the same thought!

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    Hello, with the help of Mr. G.... I found this:

    http://www.marquisanddawe.co.uk/bedd...bedspread-p881

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