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Thread: French Knot Corner Block Tutorial

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    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jan
    Love your quilts, they are beautiful. I can't unzip the file for the tutorial. Is there another way you can send/post it? Thanks.
    I posted it in .pdf format here - http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-158267-1.htm

    Let me know if this doesn't work for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow quilter
    Quote Originally Posted by Just Jan
    Love your quilts, they are beautiful. I can't unzip the file for the tutorial. Is there another way you can send/post it? Thanks.
    I posted it in .pdf format here - http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-158267-1.htm

    Let me know if this doesn't work for you.
    Thank you! The PDF works great, especially as I use my IPad in my sewing room. RIP Steve Jobs. What a genius he was.

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    I'd like to see the original picture you posted of your quilt. (I think it's your avatar and it's a beauty!) I'd like to see more detail. I did a search and couldn't come up with anything. Thanks for the tute on the corner. I've already printed it out to use. Wish I could share something just as helpful with you in return.

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    Thanks for sharing !!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainbow quilter
    Quote Originally Posted by AnnaK
    If I look at all the sizes of the pieces, I'm sure I could figure out the size, but what size will the finished block (and border) be? Thanks for the tute. What an interesting way to do a border.
    I forgot to add one of the most important things!

    The blocks are 8"x8" and the matching border is 8" wide. It can be adjusted by using narrower or wider strips.
    Quick question.... Is the 8" finished or unfinished?
    Thanks!! I love this block!

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    Thank you so much! Love the corner blocks you did!!

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    Beautiful fabrics!

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    Wher do you get the other block pattern?

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    Lovely and I would like to thank you for the tut

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    Ditto!

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