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Thread: Tumber

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    Senior Member cminor's Avatar
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    Tumber

    I have finally committed to my Tumbler quilt. I have the Accuquilt Go! and love the block - but have been struggling with how to make it look the way I wanted. Finally I think I have it. These are all flannel with white every other block.
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    That is so pretty! Personally, I love Tumblers, don't you? Yours is great!
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    Very pretty!

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    Looks wonderful. I've been thinking about making one of these for a baby quilt. Hmmmmmm.

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    Very pretty. I like the light being all the same. It gives it continuity. I've been working on a tumbler UFO. It is a scrap quilt. I hope to get to the quilting within the next month.

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    That's great!! Hope to do one soon!

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    I love the tumblers broken up with the white...

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    Very pretty. Sewing with Nancy did one last week that I want to try; she put sashing strips between each one and each row and it was really pretty.
    Judy

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    Wonderful!!!!!!!!!!

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    Have any of you seen a 'chuncky' dresden plate pattern using the small tumbler die? It looked grand and now I'm unable to find it again. Yuk!

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