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Thread: Tumbling blocks

  1. #1

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    Hi,

    Does anyone know where I could find instructions or an easy way to do tumbling blocks aka baby blocks?

    Thanks. Charlie.

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    Here is the one from HGTV that I printed out a long time ago and still havent made! LOL It was a Simply Quilts Episode.... hope its what you are looking for!

    http://www.hgtv.com/hgtv/shows_qlt/article/0,,HGTV_3876_1751190,00.html
    Shows A - Z : Simply Quilts : Tumbling Blocks : Home & Garden Television

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    Super Member vicki reno's Avatar
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    My sister, (Virginia Cunningham), had a pattern that didn't have set in seams like the original. She made it for one of her grandchildren and said it was a lot easier than the original pattern. Pm her and she might remember the magazine that it was in

  4. #4

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    Suppliers of English paper piecing products have tumbling block forms. You can make the blocks by hand. They also have forms for Grandmother's flower garden, Dresden plate, etc. Check them out online. Your local quilt shop may carry them also.

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    I used a pattern called "NOT YOUR GRANDMOTHER'S TUMBLING BLOCKS" This is a strip-pieced quilt method/by Marci L. Baker > I got the pattern from our Quilt shop. You might Try www.aliciasattic.com.

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