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Whatchamacallit Sampler by Crystal Manning

Old 07-28-2020, 06:26 AM
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Default Whatchamacallit Sampler by Crystal Manning

Crystal Manning has a new (to me) sampler. You might want to download
all the blocks they are still free.

https://crystalmanningart.com/blogs/blog
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Thank you! Hadn't heard about Crystal Manning before. I like some of her clothing patterns, too.
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Thanks for sharing that wonderful sampler. Now I am wishing I had some Kaffe Fasset material.
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Thanks for posting the link
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She's using some great fabrics!
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Thanks for the link, have gone over and downloaded all the blocks up to this point. Looks like there are just a few more connectors if that's what you want to call them needed for this quilt. Very colorful to say the least.
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Thanks for posting the link I am d/ling the blocks right now
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Thank you for sharing that -- I'm not good at making samplers and usually don't find them so appealing -- but this is one I like a lot!

Just used up all but about the last 10 sheets of printer paper I have, but I've gotten it printed out.

I really like the way she does directions (I started that thread about what do you want from a pattern). I'm seeing this in my collection of batiks and hand dyes....
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Thanks for sharing. I love samplers!
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You are all welcome.

Iceblossom, I like her directions and her method of cutting bigger then
trimming is right up my alley. Pressing directions are a bonus.
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