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Thread: Rhonda's Boston Blocks Tutorial

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    Thank you for sharing... :thumbup:

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    Rhonda, I finally got to using the templates that I received from you. Here are a few pictures of a bookmark and key chain/luggage tag I made. Note to self: don't try to put 2 side of a book mark together, it is kinda hard LOL. Enjoy and thank you again for the templates, I will be using them again.

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    2nd side of key chain/luggage tag
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    1 side of finished book mark
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    Quote Originally Posted by gma2JR BT JL and CK
    Rhonda, I finally got to using the templates that I received from you. Here are a few pictures of a bookmark and key chain/luggage tag I made. Note to self: don't try to put 2 side of a book mark together, it is kinda hard LOL. Enjoy and thank you again for the templates, I will be using them again.
    Those turned out really great! Interesting fabrics.

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    Those are adorable! I love little things! I am having fun with the Dresden Kaleidoscopes- I'll have to try the blocks.

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    I had received some 2" or 2 1/2" squares that were already sewn together from my mom, i just added the piece on the bottom for the "big" triangle. I just picked what I liked since the sew squares were floral.

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    You are a woman after my own heart. I love it.

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    Rhonda, you are not only very talented, bur also a very generous lady. Thank you for everything that you share with us!

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    Rhonda,

    Thank you so much for sharing. I'm heading now to make my first Boston block. Your directions will make it so much easier.

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    Fantastic, Rhonda. Thank you for sharing your shortcuts!

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    So once upon a time I had this quilt in mind...it involved more than several (term used loosely) triangles. It was my second foray into making a quilt, and I got about 1/2 of it cut out, then stopped because, frankly, cutting all of those tiny triangles was just too tedious.
    You, friend, are wonderful for sharing this little shortcut. I may have been way past "newbie" by now, had I not given up and left all those pieces in a plastic bag (and subsequently gave away never to see the light of a quilting day again).

    THANK YOU for your insight.

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