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Thread: Fabric Origami Quilt Block Tutorial

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    Click on Next Step so you can get all of the directions

    http://www.instructables.com/id/Fabr...i-Quilt-Block/

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    That looks really cool. I might be able to do that. Thanks.

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    Cute, too bad you have to sign up to get a pdf version. I just saved it.

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    I know what a bummer

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    Cute, too bad you have to sign up to get a pdf version. I just saved it.

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    I have her book and have made a few practice pieces.

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    thanks!

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    Look easy when you see the step by step pictures.

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    Click on Next Step so you can get all of the directions

    http://www.instructables.com/id/Fabr...i-Quilt-Block/
    Am I ever so glad you shared I watch this some time ago and forgot how to do it,again thanks a million.

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    Craftybear - you share some of the most awesome sites with us! Thank you.

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    Thank you Crafty bear. :):):)

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    you can get a book by Rebecca Wat, called Fantastic Fabric folding, it shows you how to do this also... Fun if you have the patience. I made 2 wall hangings.

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    THanks it looks intreging :thumbup:

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    thank you

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    I've made these blocks, a lot of them for a quilt project. One thing I learned is you have to very very accurate in the folding, every fold has to be precise. One smidgen off and the block will not be square when you are finished.

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    The best site I've seen in a while. Click on related items and the put in quilt-all and there is alot of free tutes.

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