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Thread: Tumbling Blocks -- strip piecing

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    Love tumblilng blocks!
    Pam Riggs

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    I LOVE LOVE LOVE the first one... WOW !!!! love that its random.. so many blocks just POP !! You did an excellent job... Just love the way the first one turned out... WOW !!! four thumbs up all the way !

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    I really like both of them. They are both lovely in their own way.

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    First, consistency is hugely overrated, I agree with what others have said, the non-traditional treatment adds a lot of interest. I am close to done with my TV hand project, The Grandmothers Flower Garden. Sounds like this would be ideal for a hand work project.

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    Quote Originally Posted by annpryor View Post
    Give us a tut on it.
    would be wonderful for a tut.
    the quilts are both beautiful i love the bright colors it gets my vote...

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    Looks great. You said it was difficult. There is an easy way to construct the top in about a day. Kaye Wood has a pattern on her web site that I used with strip quilting. Very easy. Fast construction. Mary Korpal

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    I like both quilts. One day I will try tumbling blocks

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    don't give up, look for an easier way. I wanted to make a tumbling blocks quilt but didn't want to deal with all of those points... I had head that Kaye Wood has a pointless thing she does so I went to her site and found the Stacking My Blocks pattern there. It's so easy. I think she has a YouTube video on this technique too.

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    Awesome quilts.

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    Me too. Looks great...almost like an Escher

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