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Thread: Photos of the completed Bargello are on page 5 Who else is making Swish Bargello from Danmar's pattern?

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    Thank you all so much for the appreciation of the beauty Danmar's 'Swish' pattern creates. If anyone wants a pattern they can pm Danmar. I feel she did a wonderful job of designing and creating Swish. She shared the experience with us each step of the way. If you haven't read her post this is the link. http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-40652-1.htm
    It has been an awesome experience. I feel totally rewarded for my efforts when I see the beauty in this quilt. If I saw a picture of my 'Swish' I would have said "I could never make something like that". I want to name it 'The Tidal Wave'. Danmar, Barnbum, What do you think?.
    I can't wait to do the next one!

    My Swish 'Tidal Wave' is top is finished. Ready to be pressed and Sandwiched.
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    WOW! I am thoroughly impressed! I hope mine turns out half as good!

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    Wow!! What a neat pattern.

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    It will be absolutely gorgeous when you are finished.

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    Do you think a newbie could do it?

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    Dorothy, I have never seen anything like it!! Oh how stunning.

    Melody

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    Hi Dorothy! I absolutely look your quilt! You did a fantastic job on it! I'm sorry that you all are having problems with the changes in the pattern. It turned out remarkable though and you should be very proud!!!
    Love it!
    Marilyn

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    Quote Originally Posted by danmar
    Hi Dorothy! I absolutely look your quilt! You did a fantastic job on it! I'm sorry that you all are having problems with the changes in the pattern. It turned out remarkable though and you should be very proud!!!
    Love it!
    Marilyn
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    AWESOME!

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    HERE IS A TIP FOR ALL OF YOU WHO ARE MAKING A SWISH OF YOUR OWN OR ANY OTHER TYPE OF QUILT, WHERE THE PATTERN CHANGES. THIS IS WHAT I DID WHEN I WAS CHECKING MY SWISH PATTERN AND MAKING MY SECOND SWISH.

    I did the same thing as you guys did, neglected to remove one block and sewed it on, only to have to rip it out. On the pattern, I took a pink ink pen, and marked every change on the pattern. This will help you to remember where there are changes while you are making it. See the example below.
    Hope this helps everybody!
    Happy Quilting!
    Marilyn

    How to mark your pattern to remember the change areas
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