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Thread: My 'ONE BLOCK WONDER'

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    Junior Member Justok's Avatar
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    The husband and I went out of town for the high school basketball games and I found a wonderful quilt shop. I have been wanting to try the OBW quilt and these are my picks.
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    Nice!

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    cant wait to see what they look like in a OBW!

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    They're both great fabrics, but especially would love to see the first one done in the OBW's.

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    Great fabric.

    I can't wait to try a OBW, just haven't had enought guts yet.

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    I have a book called "Sew One and You're Done-Making a Quilt From A Single Block" by Evelyn Sloppy. They have at least 3 colors in them. Maybe this isn't what you mean by a One Block Wonder but that is what came to mind when I read your post. I'm sort of new to quilting and not familiar with all of the terminology.

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    Those could be great. I can't wait to see your blocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justok
    The husband and I went out of town for the high school basketball games and I found a wonderful quilt shop. I have been wanting to try the OBW quilt and these are my picks.
    I can't wait to see how your fabric picks work in that great One Block Wonder technique ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunflower126
    I have a book called "Sew One and You're Done-Making a Quilt From A Single Block" by Evelyn Sloppy. They have at least 3 colors in them. Maybe this isn't what you mean by a One Block Wonder but that is what came to mind when I read your post. I'm sort of new to quilting and not familiar with all of the terminology.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-35685-1.htm

    This is the beginning of a tutorial called Tip Toeing through the Hexagons. or One Block Wonder. It is quite the technique

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    They are going to be good for OBWs, especially the first one. Let us see a few once you've cut, please.

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