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Thread: Anyone else made a "one block wonder"?

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    Wow! The back of the quilt is just as amazing as the front! It's beautiful, Jaynie.

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    What interesting fabric. I bet that was loads of fun to make. I love it and congrats on your placement at the show!

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    You know, I looked at that book in the store and wasn't nearly as impressed as when viewing your quilt. Very, very nice!

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    very pretty! Love the fabric!

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    Magnificant!! Never saw anything like this.

    Kyia

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    A truly reversible quilt :D

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    awson quilt, love the way all of it spins

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    Jaynie! I love it and I love that book! I just have to keep making these quilts! Do you carry little mirrors to the quilt shop to see what the fabric will look like in little triangles yet? It's becoming quite an obsession with me. :mrgreen:

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    Cool and interesting. It's a form of stack and whack, right? Strangely, I can't befriend that pattern for myself.

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    Gorgeous and very, very intriguing. I've loved all the OBW pic's that have been posted here on the board, and they look a little intimidating. :shock:

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