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Thread: Never done a OBW...But

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    Senior Member sue1964's Avatar
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    I always wanted to try. so I bought this fabric a few months back, after doing some research and a new triangle set I finally said ok lets cut The hard way Fussy cut I guess made four sets, they were cut even but something was wrong it took seven to make the complete set. did more research and found out I needed a 60 degree triangle. so much easier, I just hpoe I don't screw it up when I try to sew it all togeather.

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    Looking good so far!!! I love your choice of fabric

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    Looks great! It's so fun to see how the fabric changes once you start to cut it up.

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    Love those colours!

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    I better not let my son see it he will want one :thumbup: You are doing a great job. :P

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    It is turned out great.

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    It is looking great so far!!! Can't wait to see it done.

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    Looks great! Just remember to sew two sets of three for each hexagon. Don't sew all 6. This will make the final assembly a snap.

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    that's going to be awesome!

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    Senior Member sue1964's Avatar
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    Thank you
    Quote Originally Posted by PaperPrincess
    Looks great! Just remember to sew two sets of three for each hexagon. Don't sew all 6. This will make the final assembly a snap.

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