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Thread: Combination Stack & Whack/Kalaidoscope baby quilt

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    Junior Member Chester the bunny's Avatar
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    Combination Stack & Whack/Kalaidoscope baby quilt

    Thought I would give this pattern a try. When I make this again I think I might try to iron the seams open as there seemed to be a lot of bulk where all the seams met up. I think it would make a great full size quilt. When in dought, always start with a baby quilt...or in the case of a Double wedding ring, a pillow top would have been plenty...
    Carole
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    Beautiful! I love the pattern and the colors!

    What is the name of the pattern?
    ~Megan
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    very pretty you did a nice job!!!!
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    Great quilt! And you are so right about starting small. I should follow that advice more often.

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    I love stack and whack and kaleidoscopes. What a great setting to put them in.
    DEB CAVAN

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    Very pretty stack and whack!

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    LoopEsprit...there was no name for the pattern. It came with a 45 degree ruler.
    "Stack-n-Whack 45 Triangle Tool" pattern by Bethany Reynolds

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    very pretty!
    Nancy in western NY

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    Wow that is very pretty.
    "In this age of information, ignorance is a choice".

    Heaven and Earth are full of His Glory!

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    That is now on my amazon wish list! LOL
    ~Megan
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