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Thread: 13 Ways to Make Differant Looking Quilt Blocks from One Quilt Block Pattern

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda
    Ok now here is another train of thought I wanted to show you.
    The fifth block from the start of your post? Looks like hands holding a view master, (the hands are different colors) ... you didn't like it, but it must have been the colors you didn't like. Can't you just see the hands with scenery or flowers in them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matilda
    WOW!! That is really cool. I am bookmarking this! Thank you so much for sharing.
    Yes, Rhonda, that is cool. You have such a clever mind!

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    Thank you everyone!!

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    this is inspiring! Thanks for putting it all out there for us. I love the one you said is "elegant" the best of all.

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    Wow! and I do love puzzles! I've sent a pm to request your 3 1/2' template with a grid and a 4 1/2" with the 30 degree score. I can't wait to get started making my own puzzle pieces to create quilt blocks. Awesome! Thanks so much!

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    Hi Rhonda,

    Without a doubt, you are a very resourceful and creative lady! I love how your mind works, twisting and turning and seeing from every angle. You rock!

    Jupiter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jupiter
    Hi Rhonda,

    Without a doubt, you are a very resourceful and creative lady! I love how your mind works, twisting and turning and seeing from every angle. You rock!

    Jupiter
    Thank you Jupiter. I enjoy sharing.

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    Rhonda i am going to keep a eye on these, these are great i never thought that by turning the pattern it would make all of those and i might say wow wow wow thanks i am glad i found this place will be checking alot

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    You made a Kaleidoscope! I love this. I'm a Math teacher, and always looking for real-life applications to Mathematial concepts. Can you picture 5th graders turning their squares to find a new design?
    Awesome! Thanks.

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    I do not remember seeing this page. I must bookmark it. I did not realize that by just turning the blocks would give a different pattern. Rhonda your a genus!

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