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Thread: spiderweb blocks

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    Super Member justwannaquilt's Avatar
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    Well before I got so rudely interupted by the phone ringing which woke up my son from his nap I was sewing! I got these three blocks done today. Hopefully I will be able to work more on it tonight! I hope my "fake" scrap stash lasts long enough to get all the blocks done.

    I was trying to match up the points and it just wasn't happening, I looked at these quilts all over the net and I seen only one or two out of the "hundreds" that I looked at actually matched up. I figured I was fighting a losing battle so I decided to make it kind of wonky and I will not feel bad when it doesn't match up PERFECTLY!

    first three blocks for spiderweb quilt!
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    I love what you are doing with your spider webs! This is one of the first things I learned to do 30 years ago.They have always fascinated me! I have never seen them done with the white angle before. Really great!

    I do a lot of strip work and the thing I like about it is you can match or not match depending on what you want it to look like.

    You are doing a great job with these! What is it going to become?

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    They look pretty to me :lol:

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    I love it....will definately put this one on my scrappy quilt list to do....great job... :)

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    It looks like you're doing a great job to me. Can't wait to see it finished.

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    I really like, u are doing a great job. Where did u find the pattern for the block?

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    This is really cool! I think it's a good thing you don't see many on the internet. That makes your more unique!
    -Les

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    i like your fabric choices....I'm planning to do a spider quilt soon I really like what you are doing..... :)

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    I love that pattern. I have one that you paper piece on pie shaped newspaper.

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    This is really cute. My husband told me to quit trying to be perfect. After all, it's folkart. In folkart everything is perfect, especially the 'mistakes'. :lol:

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