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Thread: It is a small miracle--my OBW is close to finished!!

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    Super Member nygal's Avatar
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    What does OBW stand for. Isn't it a stack n wack? It did come out beautiful.
    "In this age of information, ignorance is a choice".

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    Love OBW's and yours is gorgeous!
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    Wow this is so gorgeous love how it is turning out. I want to make one my self but need to finish some UFO's before I start another project
    ​Christine

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    Amazing. This is absolutely gorgeous. This has been added to my bucket list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barny View Post
    Well, Golleee, I think your Thanksgiving company needs a bunch of eyes fixed. LOL Your quilt is so gorgeous, I wouldn't have been able to keep my mouth shut. I love it. Although I don't know what an OBW is.
    At Barny and nygirl OBW is "one block wonder"
    Heidi
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    This is simply gorgeous...makes me want to try one...love the drop of glue idea.
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    Life is like a tornado watch. You can hunker down in the cellar or stand on the roof and let the wind give you rock star hair!

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    Spectacular!

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    How wonderful! Everything about is good!

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    Mosquitosewgirl-the glue drop idea came from someone very smart here a few weeks ago when I asked how I could match up my points (I used a triangle template that had a blunt top to it so I didn't have dog-ears at the center of my hexagons-this made matching up the points when sewing the rows together very hard). It worked amazingly well. I want to look for those metal fine pointed glue dispensor caps to make it easier to apply a tiny drop.

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    Angelina M you quilt is stunning - I have made one of these and used a darker background fabric - I would think about making one out of the red colorway because of all the work involved in this type of quilt I think there is not enough contrast - that contrast is what makes your quilt so stunning. If I ever do another one it will have high contrast in the fabric like yours.So beautiful

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