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Thread: "Make it round" mug rug swap

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    So, when you say round.....is that a strict requirement. Can it be hexagon, egg shaped, oval, etc?

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    would this be a a good swap for a beginner?

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    Help! How do you pm. I would love to join.

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    [QUOTE=JenGaile;5042075]So, when you say round.....is that a strict requirement.

    Round is the only strict requirement. You can do a hexie or oval inside the round.
    Just passing through!

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    Quote Originally Posted by linmid View Post
    Help! How do you pm. I would love to join.
    I have sent you a pm, just reply and i'll get you in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quilts24 View Post
    would this be a a good swap for a beginner?
    absolutely.
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    Moonrise, this was my thought also. I have some blocks that were demo'd at my Guild, but that I never went any futher with -- they might work for this.


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    Thanks! Ya know ... this would be a great use for those orphan/test blocks.
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    i won't say that's cheating, lol, but now i see how you get yours done so quickly! hahahaha! i always start from scratch! i'm going to have to work smarter, not harder! thanks for the good idea!! (oops, i don't have any orphan blocks. dang it!)
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    I hope to post pics of some ideas soon.....
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