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Thread: Which quilt pattern intimidates you?

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    Junior Member Pat_sews's Avatar
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    a double wedding ring quilt

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    Super Member Sandygirl's Avatar
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    I played with bargello. BORING...but beautiful!

    No way will i tackle cathedral windows btw.
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    I am soooooo enjoying reading the responses! I am slowly tackling both paper piecing and circles (or at least partial circles/curves) in my current NYB project, and yes, it's daunting, but I will persevere!

    I've seen some magnificant Bargello's. Some day - - - - -

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    Quote Originally Posted by luce321 View Post
    "Storm at Sea" is a problem for me. I am making a quilt of 12 blocks but when it came to SAS block, I gave up on it. I decided to use another block to comlete my project. I did not have trouble putting it together, just getting it to size up the same as he other blocks.
    I made one SAS block for a demo, went pretty well. I just don't have the endurance to make 20 or so of the same block. BUT I WILL ONE DAY!
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    Nothing intimidates me just some I don't have a desire to make. Wish I had more time to make the long list of those I do want to make. I'm currently working on three quilts as well as embroidering squares for kids quilts.

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    I can't say I am intimidated... just some I don't have patience to complete... Dear Jane being one of them.. I love them but just know I would not ever live to see it finished.

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    Mariner's compass, New York Beauty, anything with teeny tiny points. But I'm determined to tackle both one day, just to say I did it!
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    Anything with a curved seam. Drunkards path, apple core......

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    Bargellos are super easy they just look hard. If you can do a trip around the world you can do a bargello
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    For me it is dwr and appliqué, I have had a hard time of it
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