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Thread: Stack n Whack Ribbon Weave

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    Super Member Honchey's Avatar
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    This is my first Ribbon Weave quilt. I have since pieced 2 more and have 2 more in various stages for my class.
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    Beautiful! I have a stack and whack book and was considering this for my first whack at one (;-) )
    Yours is great, maybe I can get up the courage to try...if I knew it would come out as nice as yours!

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    What a fun pattern!!! I love it!!! :D:D:D

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    It's all in the fabric you choose. The orientals with alot of color and movement w/large florals are great!

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    wow, that's a great looking quilt, must be a lot of cutting and piecing. Not there yet in my quilting nerve. I like the easy to understand patterns with not too much piecing, working on my qtr seam and points. New to quilting only 3 years. Get braver which each quilt I make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Honchey
    It's all in the fabric you choose. The orientals with alot of color and movement w/large florals are great!
    Thanks for the hint.

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    Hi, Believe it or not this can be done by beginners.Other than the triangles and one border there is only one size strip for the blocks . 6 - 2 x 9.5 inch strips makes 1 9.5 inch block. It's all straight stitching. Prep work, layering and cutting, for this quilt shouldn't take more than 4 hours total. Anne

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    What pretty colors!

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    Veryh pretty.

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    That's neat and totally different! Great job! :D :D

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