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Thread: Attic Window Tutorial

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    Thank you so much! I will be going in a couple weeks with a few friends to Waynesville & I will be stopping by the Fabric Shack. Hopefully, will be able to pick up a panel there along with the brown fabrics. Thanks for not only the tutorial on the quilt, but also for teaching me how to miter!

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    That really made is seem possible! Now my next problem is fabric selection.

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    You did an awesome job on the tute! Thanks, I have saved it for future reference.

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    Thank you Very colorful. The End is funny.

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    Thanks for the tutorial .. Very pretty quilt
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    Great tutorial for mitered corners for this block.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandygirl View Post
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    I needed to verify that angle....it is not a 45 degree! Ah, I needed a proof reader!
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    Thanks so much for going to the trouble of making a tute for us. I may give this a try soon.

    I'm sorry, I know I'm missing something, but I don't understand why the seam is not at a 45 degree angle? Would you spell this out for me?
    Last edited by jeanharville; 08-05-2013 at 07:44 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeanharville View Post
    Thanks so much for going to the trouble of making a tute for us. I may give this a try soon.

    I'm sorry, I know I'm missing something, but I don't understand why the seam is not at a 45 degree angle? Would you spell this out for me?


    OOPS!

    It IS a 45 degree angle.

    I over-thought this without verifying my angle. I am sorry for the conusion! Thank you for asking for clarification!
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    Thanks! You make it looks easy!
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    Thank you so much Sandy.....you are a special gal to share your time with us. Sandrea

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