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Thread: Black and white 'Think Outside the Box' quilt update

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodee
    May I ask the name of this pattern, please. Thank you.
    Dodee
    This is a pattern called 'Think Outside the Box' - toadusa.com has a kit that you can order. Several quilters on the forum have made or are in the process of making this - either with the kit or without (I reverse-engineered it). If you do a search, it should come up.

    actually, the site is toadusew.com
    Thanks for the correct address - I fat fingered everything this morning!

    :-) :-) :P

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    WOW!!! 8-) 8-) 8-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltingB
    Awesome quilt! Where did you find the pattern? Was it difficult? I'm looking for you to get a blue ribbon or best in show.
    See the correct address - toadusew.com!! And no, it isn't difficult. This is a standard Log Cabin pattern - the way you manipulate the fabrics is what creates the visual effects. I think that the balck and white probably shows it best.

    One word of caution - you do have to be VERY careful when you put the blocks together so that the colored squares line up properly. One of the quilters on this forum had some tips and I would look those up, but I also found that you need to pin, pin, pin!!!!!

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    It's stunning!!!

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    I can already envision my color choices. I hope I get the pattern soon. I think I am going to make this for my mom as a surprise.

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    WOW!!!!!!!!!!!! very impressed. GREAT JOB!

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    That is just beautiful. I love the 3D effect. I would use circles. Sounds good to me.

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    I love the look of the quilt and the illusion it creates. I would highlight that effect by quilting radiating lines out from the center block. Any way you do it, the quilt is a winner! :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I really love this. I think I would QID around the blue squares and the black squares so it would give a little trapunto effect to the squares in between. Maybe try one corner with a long stitch that you could remove easily. See if it gives the right effect I did this on a Kaffe fasset handkerchief quilt and ir worked beautifully.

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    That look great!!!!

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