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Thread: the technique tutorial making the rise and shine blocks

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    WOW!!!!!

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    Wondered how you got your pieces so accurate. Thanks for shareing.

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    Beautiful!!!! Thanks for posting this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ckcowl
    it is very easy and i have used the technique for lots of different designs...too much fun!

    I was thinking I could do different techniques with this ... THANK YOU!!!

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    Wow stunning quilt, and your technique makes it look doable!!!!!!!!!! Thank you

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    Hi there, sorry for this, but I seem to be having a senior moment here. I love that pattern and having read all your instructions it makes sense and I'm going to have a go, but can you tell me how do you put the blocks together? Are they sewn together or are they fused onto a backing fabric?

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    Thanks for posting!!!!

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    Holy Moley, thought you had paper pieced all those litlle goodies...I NEVER would have thought that was fusible!!! Going to go for this one!!! Good Show!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Irishlady
    Hi there, sorry for this, but I seem to be having a senior moment here. I love that pattern and having read all your instructions it makes sense and I'm going to have a go, but can you tell me how do you put the blocks together? Are they sewn together or are they fused onto a backing fabric?
    Me too! talk loudly so I can hear ya! It is one beautiful pattern! Do we draw our own designs??? Thank you - those colors are great!!

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    i'm not exactly sure what you are asking...i've been laying the blocks out side by side to figure out a layout. when i finally decide on the layout i will simply sew the blocks together, the usual way you sew blocks together.
    the fused part is the design fused onto the black 6 1/2" squares...i'm posting some blocks from a different project using same technique.
    i recommend drawing your own designs. but if you want to use that one it is in McCalls Quilting Jan/Feb 2010

    so sunglasses may be in order
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