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Thread: Stack and Whack or OBW

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    Both of these quilt designs are exciting to me. As I am a somewhat new quilter what are advantages and disadvantages to these types of quilts? Also, which one might be best to begin with?

    Thank you in advance for your advice and guidance.

    Jana

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    Super Member sewwhat85's Avatar
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    i am going to try the obw

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    Personally, I prefer the Stack and Whack...the designs don't get lost in the overall pattern.

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    constuction wise they are both pretty close to the same, so i don't think it really matters which one you try first, the fabric selection may vary but either one will teach you good new techniques..

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    Quote Originally Posted by granky
    Personally, I prefer the Stack and Whack...the designs don't get lost in the overall pattern.
    My thoughts exactly... I have made several S&W I have a OBW cut out but haven't had time to get it started.

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    Which ever pattern you like the best :D I don't think one is any more difficult than the other :D:D:D

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