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Thread: Stack & cut? What is the pattern?

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    the member is fromthenestdesign. It is called chop and sew and is a PDF posted on 7/6/2010. I tried to find it from the G.Bonnie reference but the name was missing 1 letter. I think this is one I have wanted to try also.

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    OK, I just tried "stack and slash" in a different search engine and I found a couple of patterns that are similar.
    http://thematerialgirlsquilts.blogsp...-tutorial.html

    http://www.craftown.com/Slash-Your-Stash-Quilt.html

    http://www.simplicity.com/t-free-qui...oes-Quilt.aspx
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    Thank you all. I think the trick that I missed when I tried it, is that the first cut you move one piece to the bottom, second cut you move two, and so on to end up with all different fabrics, depending on how many you start with.
    "The business of life is making memories. In the end, it is all we have." Butler Charlie Carson, Downton Abbey, season 4, episode 3, PBS.

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    i did a table runner from a magazine years ago----
    9 6x6 squares all backed with double sided fuse able
    stack them--2 wavey cuts left to right--2 wavey cuts top to bottom[9pieces each square]
    cut 9 muslin squares 6x6 lay them out--place a piece of the top square -- in a different spot on each backing square fuse them --follow down the stack--cover joins with bias[as in celtic work]
    join squares +bind--i did all blues

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    I've made this one twice and I love it. It is sooo easy.
    http://chasingcottons.blogspot.com/2...h-kate_12.html

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    I did one cutting the squares five times - called Syncopations

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    Quote Originally Posted by lfstamper View Post
    I think this is the one: Chop and Sew

    Chop and Sew
    thanks for posting that link!
    Nancy in western NY
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    I plan to make one of these--as soon as I get all the Christmas quilts done.

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    I think that Fons and Porter has one called Crazy 9 Patch. It uses a layer of 9 squares.

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    The one I made is a 12 inch block of material and the pattern is traced on freezer paper, Kwick Krazy Quilt. Then one piece of the number one pile goes to the bottom then 2 from the number 2 piece , etc.
    http://www.twokwikquilters.net/
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