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

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    Rhonda that is just so neat how color and a simple block can change in so many ways. I think I'm going to have to go load EQ6 onto my new computer and play with this....lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueDor
    Cool Rhonda, very cool. Has any one told you that #9 looks like pac man?
    Noone has said anything yet but I did one for the Sampler Quilt Along that is strongly pacman looking!!

    This one is a Drunkard's Path instead of Wings I guess but I can see the pacmans eating the squares! LOL
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lady with Thread
    Rhonda that is just so neat how color and a simple block can change in so many ways. I think I'm going to have to go load EQ6 onto my new computer and play with this....lol
    This is my favorite way to play!!! I would rather be doing this on my EQ than sewing! LOL LOL I love to design. It is just too much fun!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by merrylouw
    Rhonda,

    You ROCK as a teacher!!!!!!!!

    Thank you for this tute. I'm looking forward to next Friday.

    MerryLou
    Thank you so much Merrylou!

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    But Wait !!! There MUST be MORE !!!

    Where are the instructions for the block?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gingerella
    But Wait !!! There MUST be MORE !!!

    Where are the instructions for the block?
    Gingerella there is a link at the beginnning above that you can click on go to the directions for making the Wings block. If you have any questions I will be happy to help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda
    Quote Originally Posted by gingerella
    But Wait !!! There MUST be MORE !!!

    Where are the instructions for the block?
    Gingerella there is a link at the beginnning above that you can click on go to the directions for making the Wings block. If you have any questions I will be happy to help!
    Yes, and excellent instructions they are!

    I found your wing block instructions a while back and keep experimenting with the method. It is so neat. Your color theory is also right on the mark. I have been collecting block designs for practice and for a sampler quilt. After a while, I put several color variations of the same block side by side. Sometimes, it takes looking twice to recognize blocks as being the same geometric design.

    I wanted to at least say thanks once for all your efforts to help us newcomers. Your tutorials are marvelous. Publishing them here is very generous!

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2ursula
    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda
    Quote Originally Posted by gingerella
    But Wait !!! There MUST be MORE !!!

    Where are the instructions for the block?
    Gingerella there is a link at the beginnning above that you can click on go to the directions for making the Wings block. If you have any questions I will be happy to help!
    Yes, and excellent instructions they are!

    I found your wing block instructions a while back and keep experimenting with the method. It is so neat. Your color theory is also right on the mark. I have been collecting block designs for practice and for a sampler quilt. After a while, I put several color variations of the same block side by side. Sometimes, it takes looking twice to recognize blocks as being the same geometric design.

    I wanted to at least say thanks once for all your efforts to help us newcomers. Your tutorials are marvelous. Publishing them here is very generous!

    Thanks!
    Thank you Ursula

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    Wonderful as always Rhonda. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thanks ladies. I went back and re-read the first paragraph and checked out how the block was made. Very interesting results I must say - your "quilts" are absolutely terrific !

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