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Thread: One Block Woofers

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    K3n, I am planning to try one block wonder method and a stack of 6 layers of same printed strips has been sitting in my sewing room for a while. What is the length of the each side of regular triangle you used for a piece?

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    That turned out so cool.

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    Wow, who would have thought that fabric would turn out like that!

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    You did wonderfully on this quilt! I just love the pattern, do you have the link to it?

    Thanks :-)

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    That quilt is AWESOME!!! you did a great job, your friend will love it. It can be admired far away and up close. :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by youme
    K3n, I am planning to try one block wonder method and a stack of 6 layers of same printed strips has been sitting in my sewing room for a while. What is the length of the each side of regular triangle you used for a piece?
    I cut the strips 3 3/4 " wide here's a pic - the triangles are 60

    Suzie - as far as I know, there isn't a free pattern available anywhere online but I would recommend the book One Block Wonders by Maxine Rosenthal which explains the technique really clearly. Her second book One Block Wonders Encore also tells how to make the hollow cubes shown in one pf my pics above. It also gives an overview of the technique so I guess you could manage with just the second book but I'd say get both - the first alos describes the octogan method - these are hexagons.
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    Thanks Kn3. I really appreciate it, I've bookmarked this for later so I can look on Amazon for the books.

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    Very cute! I think you could stare at the blocks for days.

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    I love it!! What a perfect quilt for your friend!!! :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chele
    Very cute! I think you could stare at the blocks for days.
    :lol: and I did, while sorting out the placement! But I have to say my DH helped with that - he's got a great 'eye'! :wink: :D

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