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Thread: Diamonds like an accordian?

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    Junior Member Daffy Daphne's Avatar
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    Wow, Rosy, that's awesome! Looks like something Kaffee Fassett would design.

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    You make it sound so simple, yet it looks fairly complicated. What a great way to use some strips.
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    Love your pictures of testing out your blocks. I test out mine, put them on the chair back, and look at them for a day or two, and if I like it,I keep making them. If I don't, I try out another block, until I like what I did. Then I make the whole quilt, with that block. I can't put pictures on the website, because I don't know how. Looks good so far.
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    Rosy you are so busy and creative. And so generous with your process and ideas. You're wonderful.
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    The more I look at your 'test' the more I like it! Keep showing us pics as you go along.

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    It looks very good.

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    See Rosie, your undesirables are delightful in this pattern! Anxious to see more!
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    Great idea!

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    Very interesting. Can't wait to see more.

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    Thank you ladies. Here is another way I put them together, what do you think? Also, just ignore the blocks with the straight strips, I will change those out.

    I can't believe how good these undesirables look once sewed together lol. I have burned through most of them and I am sure they will all be gone soon and I will have to add some from another bag lol.

    This is such a totally different look and it look richer IMHO, I alternated the light and dark across the board instead of an all dark row and the all light row.
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