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Thread: Stack and Whack kits

  1. #11
    ToucanSam's Avatar
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    Jan 2010
    Stack and Whack quilts are NOT hard, and trust me, if I can do it.....:)

    I did take a class but there was really no need to (I had been a quilter for a month, maybe...). The book explains it all. You're just taking a piece of fabric, cutting it at the repeats and stacking the pieces, usually 6 or 8, pinning at the same point thru all the layers. Then you cut strips and then triangles from them.

    I'd DEFINITELY get the book over a kit, the book will make sense to you!!!

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    Super Member scowlkat's Avatar
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    Jul 2010
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    Not everyone is as careful as they should be when aligning their fabrics for SNW so I would not buy a kit! Besides with the book to guide you, it is not hard to do! Also wouldn't you rather pick your own fabric?

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    Yes I agree about the fabric. My concern is where do you cut out the triangles or octagons. How do you know where to cut them?

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