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Thread: Completed Stack & Whack Quilts

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    Super Member featherweight's Avatar
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    These are the two Stack & Whack Quilts I finished this last weekend. I made them while we were in Az last winter. I really love doing these quilts.

    For my DGS for Christmas
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    Burgandy does not belong with this quiilt...
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    This one is for our 5th wheel.
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    Beautiful! I have never done one of these! How do you get the triangles all to match? I know they are stacked, but how do you get them to match without moving?

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    Oooo Beautiful!! I love those fabrics, they turned out awesome :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfkitty
    Beautiful! I have never done one of these! How do you get the triangles all to match? I know they are stacked, but how do you get them to match without moving?
    You have 8 repeats, stack up matching designs, cut and when you open the 8 pieces you position and they should match, If you are lucky.

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    These are gorgeous. I tried one but it "fanned" out and the instructor about had a "stroke" (smile). Said she had never seen that happen before. My friend's, however, turned out beautiful.

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    Love your quilts. I like the stack and whacks spread out so you can see them.

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    Beautiful!

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    Beautiful quilts Beth! Just curious do you happen to have a pic of the original fabrics before they were stacked and whacked?
    Oops....I think I saw the original fabric for the first one in the border.
    I have this on my to do list too.

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    Your stack n whack's are so much prettier than mine is. Yours are GORGEOUS!!! I love th butterfly fabric too. thanks so much for sharing!

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    Very nice :-P

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