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Thread: My floral master fabric project

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    Super Member NUTMEG10's Avatar
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    My design is from the book "Learn to Be a Wacky-Pinwheel Quilting Wizard. It is called "Spinning Spiral" I hope you like this variation for this great fabric. I could not decide on the offset rectangle color so I ended up going with the aqua and rust/gold fabrics.

    Selection of fabrics to work with
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    Cut pieces
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    Made 12 blocks for a wall hanging
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    The turquoise pops it... very pretty.

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    That's awesome. I love the colors and the pattern.

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    All I can say is: Wow, Wow and Wow that is stunning, was it hard to do? Love the fabric combinations too.

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    I hope you enjoy this project.

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    Very nice. I love the colors.

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    This is beautiful, I love the aqua fabric, I think it really makes this pop!

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    No it was not hard to do. I find the cutting process to be the hardest for me. You really need to get them stacked up in the order they should be. Then the fun begins, sewing your blocks and see how the pattern works.

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    That is awesome!!!

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    Love your blocks also. Now can't decide if I still want to do the obw with mine. Going to joann's today have to see if they have more of the fabric then I can make both.

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