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Thread: Wavy Strip quilts

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    Wavy Strip quilts

    Does anyone know where I can find instructions for a quilt I saw made years ago on Simply Quilts? All that I can remember was that the fabric was stacked and cut lengthwise into long strips of waves. They were sewn together and fit perfectly.

    Thanks for the help.

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    This isn't the show but it does explain the method http://www.equilters.com/library/tec...ng_curves.html
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    I hope you are able to make the quilt. It will be lovely. I have not been able to master it, yet.
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    That would be a perfect method for a Dr. Seuss quilt!

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    Rayna Gilman explains it exactly the same in one of her books. She also mentions to see it slowly to be able to match the curves.

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    Thanks for asking about that. I've seen this before but forgot about it. I really like it.

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    Thanks so much for finding the tutorial. I've saved it for later. It doesn't look as easy as I remembered.

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    I was given a king sized quilt done in this method that looks like the ocean - all gorgeous blues and greens. I've been wondering how to duplicate it to make a lap throw - thank you so much for posting this easy method - going to try it tonight!!

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    If I had time to make one, I'd buy one of Cheryl Phillips' rulers.
    http://phillipsfiberart.danemcoweb.c...e-curves-tool/

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