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Thread: Tutorial for night and day block

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    Super Member sawsan's Avatar
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    After this easy way to do, thanks to your information and pic. Sure i will do one day very soon

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    What a great tutorial & I love your pattern. This would make a very nice quilt top, I just might have to try this out, that is when I get caught up on my 65 other things that I have going!! Thank you for your great work & picture's.
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    You are all welcome. I am glad you like it. I love scrappy quilts and this one is so easy. Enjoy!!!

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    Nicely done! Thanks for the tute. I have miscellaneous strips I need to use up, this project sounds perfect.
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    Thank you so much for the great pictures, so easy to follow. I just made one using 2 1/2 strips and I ended up with a 15 inch block. Sure would not take long to make a nice size quilt like this.

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    So that's what size it makes when you use 2 1/2 inch strips. Never tried it, but good to know. Thanks for trying one.
    Quote Originally Posted by marys View Post
    Thank you so much for the great pictures, so easy to follow. I just made one using 2 1/2 strips and I ended up with a 15 inch block. Sure would not take long to make a nice size quilt like this.

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    It is also called repeated crosses. Here is the one I made. Btw, your directions are great
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    Love the colors in you quilt.
    Quote Originally Posted by hopetoquilt View Post
    It is also called repeated crosses. Here is the one I made. Btw, your directions are great

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    Thank you for the tutorial its a great block and I love the scrappy look. Hopetoquilt your quilt is gorgeous I love the colours!
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    What a cool block. Thanks for taking the time to share with us....will definitely help those of us who are buried under a pile of scraps

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