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Thread: the technique tutorial making the rise and shine blocks

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    Super Member ranger's Avatar
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    Thanks for this tute....looks doable and I may try it come September.

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    funny how we tend to try to make things so complicated when it turns out to be soooooo simple :)
    i was totally amazed when i first went in to lay these out for the first time and realized i had 96 blocks! they went together so fast, and i only traced 48...of course, now i see the math...but it was still a surprise to get so many done in no time at all. and isn't it fun to see how different fabrics make such different blocks? greatest thing about quilting! I love to come up with a block and talk 5 friends into making it with what ever fabric they choose, then we all compare...such differences!!!
    i am glad so many of you are enjoying these...jump in and give it a try ;)

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    REALLY CUTE-THANKS FOR A SIMPLER WAY! satisfaction w/o the hassle!

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    Thank you so much for sharing your technique! Lots and lots of different applications for this!

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    Great job on the tutorial and fabulous blocks. Thank you so much for sharing with us.

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    Awesome you make it look so easy. I like the 1st layout, not that you asked and I especially like your colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by btiny36
    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......

    So true! When I saw this in the magazine it did NOTHING for me...then I saw yours and thought "I've got to make this..it's gorgeous!!"

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    I get overwhelmed when I see all that detail in cutting but that is a clever way to make that quilt and the black background is perfect with your color choices. I just might be able to pull that one off. Can you share where you got your pattern?

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    Oh how beautiful!!! Thanks for the tute!!

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    Thanks for the tute

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