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Thread: Pineapple Jelly Quilt Tutorial

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    Senior Member GramMER's Avatar
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    Pineapple Jelly Quilt Tutorial

    If you can get past the nasal voice and the dialect, here is a really neat tutorial.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=otb8n...s_digest-vrecs
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    I have taken a couple of classes from Diane Dye, he is a great teacher. I guess the dialect didn't bother me since I'm also from the middle Georgia area. Sounds normal to me, lol.

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    She sounds normal to me too! Sounds like Mississippi area.
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    I guess there is South and deep South. I am originally from Texas, lived in South Caroling nearly 20 years and now moved my permanent address to Georgia. Eight months of the year I live in India--no dialect there! LOL
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    I loved this tutorial. A pineapple quilt has been on my bucket list for a long time. I think I'll move it to the top of the list, she made it look so easy. I was always kind of intimidated by this pattern but if you can use jelly rolls, it's my kind of pattern...a lot less cutting.

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    Thank you for the tute - its early am and I couldn't listen too long for the instructions. The high pitched and thick accent was a little overwhelming, but I'll go back later. Thanks again.

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    Thanks for sharing this!
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    Enjoyed the tutorial. I'll go back to this one and others of hers. Accent sounds okay to me.

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    Thanks for the link. The accent doesn't bother me a bit, in fact I thought it was a nice "down home" accent.

    This block is definitely on my list of things to do.
    Karen

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    She has a nice pineapple block tutorial. Thanks for sharing.
    Carol

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    Thank you for the link, this is on my bucket list. Thought it would be too hard but her method seems fairly straight forward.

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    Nice tutorial but I agree the voice is irritating not the accent its her sound quality.

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    Gotta give this a try. The accent doesn't bother me at all. In fact, I probably sound a lot like that, myself. I live further south than she does!

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    Quote Originally Posted by roserips View Post
    Nice tutorial but I agree the voice is irritating not the accent its her sound quality.
    Yes its the high pitch. I had to go back and listen to it parts at a time. I live in the south and its not the accent, its her high pitched nasal voice. It actually gave me a headache! But that being said, it was really worth putting up with to get the instructions. She is a great teacher. I love big block quilts so I'm anxious to give this one a try.

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