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Thread: Stack & Whack

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    Senior Member DeniseP's Avatar
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    I love it! Brights are awesome.

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    Beautiful

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    I love the true stack n whack by Bethany Reynolds. I look for a print that has several colors then cut as she instructs. It is always a surprise how each block looks when it emerges. Someone suggested to use a fabric that is really garrish and that you would never think of using for anything. It is a fun process. Since you only use 1/2 of the width, I usually use the other half for borders. This eliminates wasting half of the fabric.

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    Very pretty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyquilter56
    Quote Originally Posted by Julie in NM
    Yes did this method and just love it! Fun and fast to do. I used charm pack that I had no idea what to do with. Now the top has turned into a UFO just waited to be quilted and given away or used by me. WOW novel idea. Quilt for ME?
    luv-e wrote:
    I made this block with turnovers.....
    I just love the black..
    It gives the block such a richness....

    Can you show us the pic of it please would love to see it...
    I had to make a baby quilt and it is on the back burner right now :( Will finish it before Christmas. I wish I had used the black now instead of the green. Much richer looking...
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    :)

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    I just watched this tutorial today. When her block was completed, I noticed the top tips of the pieced turn-overs would not be a nice point once assembled in a quilt but yet in your photo, yours had 1/4" above the tip so it would be correct once sewn into a quilt. Did you make your black background triangles larger to begin with?
    Peggy

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    no I just followed the instructions on the tutorial and it came out that way....
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    Those blocks are beautiful.
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    Thanks for the scrappy idea! I've done a lot of S&W's and have a lot of leftover pieces cut that I didn't know what to do with. COMBINE THEM!
    I love your colors!
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