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Thread: Rhonda's Wing Blocks Paper Template Tutorial

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    Power Poster Rhonda's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by ccthomas
    This looks easier to follow with the pieces cut instead of large fabric pieces and folding/cutting as you complete a step. This should work for many quilt patterns, yes?
    This one block can be used in any quilt block you like. There won't be any traditional quilt blocks already out there like you would find with an HST but you can use any of my designs or play with it and make your own designs.

    You can find many of my original designs in my Wings Ebook
    There are several Wings quilt blocks in the Sampler Quilt Along also.

    Rhonda's Dazzling Sampler Quilt - Blocks of the Week Sampler
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/virtual...jsp?vsnum=1017
    Ebook:
    http://www.quiltedparadise.com/n/822.jsp - Bed Quilts Blocks and Borders with Wings Blocks

    You can also see some of my hotpads made with the wings in my pictures
    Picture Threads of Rhonda's Patchwork Items
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/virtual...jsp?vsnum=1024

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    Hi Rhonda,
    Here is a picture of the "Wing" block using the paper template. It was easy and fast. Thank you.

    Wing block using the paper template
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    Quote Originally Posted by tstransky
    Hi Rhonda,
    Here is a picture of the "Wing" block using the paper template. It was easy and fast. Thank you.
    It turned out great. I have that dark purple fabric. It is one of my favorites I use alot. I would never have used that teal with it but I llke it! It works well in this one.

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    Wow! That's georgious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda
    Quote Originally Posted by tstransky
    Hi Rhonda,
    Here is a picture of the "Wing" block using the paper template. It was easy and fast. Thank you.
    It turned out great. I have that dark purple fabric. It is one of my favorites I use alot. I would never have used that teal with it but I llke it! It works well in this one.
    I really like the cross/star in the center and I wanted it to stand out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjomomma
    Wow! That's georgious.
    Thank you, cjomomma.

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    Thanks Rhonda!

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    How in the world did I ever miss this? Maybe just because I haven't been on here as much. I thought I had seen all your posts with all the pictures, but I didn't see any of the ones from 2009. When I get back from my sons, I have GOT TO GET BACK TO your blocks. I am having such withdrawals. And so glad people are posting their blocks. I love them ALL.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klgreene
    How in the world did I ever miss this? Maybe just because I haven't been on here as much. I thought I had seen all your posts with all the pictures, but I didn't see any of the ones from 2009. When I get back from my sons, I have GOT TO GET BACK TO your blocks. I am having such withdrawals. And so glad people are posting their blocks. I love them ALL.
    Hope your hand is doing better and you can get back to sewing again! Enjoy your trip!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhonda
    When I did this tutorial I discovered the templates are abit bigger than they need to be. So I am going to post a new one with the smaller paper templates.
    That was my thought, too. Thanks for sharing your tutorial.

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