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Thread: Hippie love beads/stack and whack wip

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    Super Member dhanke's Avatar
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    Hippie love beads/stack and whack wip

    I've been way too busy with work, can't seem to get much quilting done. I've finished up the stack and whack blocks, now I'm working on getting the blocks set together. Can't decide yet what to do for side setting triangles, it'll come to me. This is a going to be one brilliant psychedelic quilt, that's why I named it Hippie Love Beads.
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    ohhh I like do you have enough of the wacked fabric for the setting squares//Or use the bright solids. let us see when finished
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    Nope, not enough of the wacked fabric and not enough of the solids either. I didn't plan this one very well, just went with what I had on hand. I did make little 3 inch stacked squares from the cutaways from the big blocks, I may try to incorporate them into the setting triangle.

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    You did a great job and I love the name you have given your quilt............................. fits.

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    Like it a lot! Maybe enough to "list" it
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    Love it just the way you have it laid out! Really does look like one of those swingy bead curtains from the 60s!!! Maybe go on and do the triangles from the black to carry out the theme of the edges being the edge of the doorway.
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    I love the way you set this together. So pretty.

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    WOW the black backing really sets off those blocks wonderfully.
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    Awesome!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taughtby Grandma View Post
    WOW the black backing really sets off those blocks wonderfully.
    I think so, too... that's probably what I'd use for setting blocks. I can't wait to see this groovy quilt done!
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