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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 gingerella
    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 !
    Thank you Little Hud and Gingerella. This is my favorite thing to do. I love sharing and I love designing.

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    Wow Rhonda! Thanks!

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    Rhonda you are so great to share this with us. I have learned a lot from you and am sure I will continue learning. You make things so easy to understand.

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    You are amazing!

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    Oh, the possibilities. I'm bookmarking this.

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    Wonderful information,Thanks

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    Thank you for posting such a detailed post.

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    Fascinating. Will add these instructions to my list of things I hope to try in the near future. Thanks for sharing your knowledge.

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    Thanks for sharing! Fabulous - shows us all how arranging and rearranging repeatedly can yield many different results. Great fun :-D

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    Thank you so much for taking the time to show all the pictures and explain your technique. This is so very helpful for a newbie like me! I'm certainly bookmarking this for sure!

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