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Thread: where is cutebuns' tute on whack and stack?

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    Senior Member Phyl's Avatar
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    I am currently trying stack and whack on my own and am running into some problems. I heard that "cutebuns" has a great tutorial but I am at a loss to find it! HELP!!! I would LOVE to see it! I would appreciate any help with finding it. Thanks.
    OOOPPPPSSS See my problem in the title???? Whack and stack???No wonder I'm having trouble!!!!! :roll: :roll: :roll:

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    I will search and find it for you under the tutorial section, you can search user list for her name, and then go to links she has posted.

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    I just searched her name and it is not there!!!! will keep looking also

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    I just searched and don't see that she has created it yet, you can check on this link and look under tutorials

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/user_pr...p?usernum=1647

    then click on topics created and can look there (but it is not created yet)

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    It is all in the virtual section of the board for One Block Wonders.
    It is not a tute in the tutorial section. It was in Main, taught as a class, and called Tip Toe Through the Hexagons :D:D:D There are 4 parts to it and the original topic on Fabric selection :wink:

    If you go to user list and type in cutebuns, and then click on her list of topics, you should be able to find it there, too. There is a topic for each: 2 topics on fabric selection, cutting, layout, and sewing I believe.

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    It is "Tip toe threw Hexagons Cuties way". I just finished reading all of it and have started to cut the fabric now..

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    It is all in the virtual section of the board for One Block Wonders.
    It is not a tute in the tutorial section. It was in Main, taught as a class, and called Tip Toe Through the Hexagons :D:D:D There are 4 parts to it and the original topic on Fabric selection :wink:

    If you go to user list and type in cutebuns, and then click on her list of topics, you should be able to find it there, too. There is a topic for each: 2 topics on fabric selection, cutting, layout, and sewing I believe.
    I did find a 38 page tutorial. Is that it??? I went through the pages but still couldn't find an answer to my question.....how do you sew the hexagons to each other? I will try to send her a p m . Thanks soooooo much for your help. I love the people on this board!

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    There is another one that is the same title but it is on assembly.

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    I believe 1/2 the top of one is sewn to the 1/2 the top of another one in a row and then the 2 rows are sew together. That way there are no weird seams. So you sew 3 wedges together in pairs and then when the rows are sewn creates the complete hexagon. But I guess you have to plan out the pairs first. Clear as mud, huh?

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    These tutes are to accompany the books on OBW's... she could help us, but due to copyright issues, can't give the complete details found in the books.

    Maybe check out one of the books from the library, buy a copy or look for online tutes :wink:

    Each of the class topics cutebuns made, are very lengthy, lots of questions and answers, tips and info throughout them all.

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