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Thread: My One Block Wonder quilt

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    Junior Member tron80's Avatar
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    Smile My One Block Wonder quilt

    Since I've seen for first time a month ago an One Block Wonder quilt, I felt very intrigued about it.
    After bougth Maxine Rosenthal's first book and learn the videos in youtube, I hunt for a fabric to try one.
    Well, I'm very pleased with the result but during the "creative" phase I didn't felt thrilled whith it because I think the fabric wasn't adecuate. I bougth flowers and then I got fruits (kiwis I think..)!!! Well, I supouse this is the path with OBW quilts you never know what you get at the end...
    The finished size is 135 cm x 165 cm (53" x 64") I'm going to use the original fabric as back quilt and I hope you like it.
    Happy quilting!

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    The original Fabric w/ 25" repeats.

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    strips 3.3/4"

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    In the design wall

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    The hexies in the border are smaller from leftover 2.1/4" strips.

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    Beautiful. Love the colors.

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    wow that is beautiful

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    Fantastic!

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    How beautiful! Isn't it amazing how fabric can be manipulated.

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    It is beautiful! The OBW quilts are so intriguing.

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    Wow, just wonderful!

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    Wow! Great fabric choice. Beautifully done.

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    That fabric made a wonderful OBW. Aren't they fascinating?

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    You did a fantastic job on your first OBW and as a plus, those little ones on the border really give eye-appeal.
    Yooper32 aka: Donna B

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