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Thread: the technique tutorial making the rise and shine blocks

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    Amazing! We wanna see more!

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    Do you zig zag the shapes down? Thanks for the tute.. It is so fun looking, I cant wait to give it a try! Your quilts are very inspiring! And I also love the zig zag one (#1) Although they are all fantastic!

    OH sorry... I saw the anwser to my question in the thread!

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    This is awesome and so easy! Thanks for the tute, I am definitely giving this a try.

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    Thanks for the tute! Your quilt is just gorgeous!! :D :thumbup:

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    Well lookie lookie :) I happend to have the McCall's Jan/Feb 2010. But isn't it amazing how you can look at a pattern and think ummm it's ok...then someone does the pattern with a whole different look and bam!!!! you are inspired to make the once not so inspiring pattern....Wow this is on my to do list along with the other millions of patterns I want to do...but think this will move to the very close to the top...unless of course someone else comes along with another gotta do pattern :lol: Oh by the way I love both layouts but lean towards the second picture......

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    Thank you so much for this tutorial! Another on my to do list as well.
    Heidi

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    Whooo Hooo !!! I want to make one RIGHT NOW! Thanks so much for posting this.

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    Beautiful blocks and the colors are fantastic. This will make a beautiful quilt.

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    Ah ha, the light bulb has just come on in my brain, I've got it now. As usual I was overthinking it and making it more complicated than it was.

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    wow, awesome, thanks for taking the time to create this tutorial for us

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