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Thread: Rhonda Woodsmall Method

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    I just tried a block using the Ronda Woosmall Method.
    I must say it sure makes cutting out blocks a lot faster and more accurate. BUT, it seems to waste fabric. Making a quilt would take a lot more fabric.

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    I didn't think so. But if it does, it might be worth using more fabric becasue the blocks come out perfect.

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    It may be the way you're doing it...because when *I* do the Rhonda Woodsmall method, there is virtually no waste. I also dig in my scraps to get pieces to do Rhonda's method, so I'm already using "other" waste from "other" methods.

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    beautiful

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    Don't know about the extra fabric , but do know that is a beautiful block :mrgreen:

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    Everyone has their own favorite way of doing things. You just have to decide what is best for you.

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    I love Rhonda Method I can use scraps and get some of the most gorgeous blocks with little effort. And if you do have scraps left over use them. It is never a waste.

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    never tried the method, but the block is very pretty... :D

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    Very nice!

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    Very pretty and looks like you can sew a seam and not loose your points. I was a bit curious about that.

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