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    disappearing bowtie

    Has anyone made a disappearing bowtie? If so can you post a picture of it?

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    Not heard of it!

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    Never heard of it either. Can you be more specific about it?
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    Are you perhaps thinking of the 10 minute block? There are some examples of those on QB.

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    Never heard of it.have we any pictures.
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    Or do you mean a D9P in a bowtie setting?
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    No, the video was a man that said he was messing around with some patterns and used the bow tie pattern ,which if I understand right is a older quilt pattern, and decided to cut if, after assembling the bow-tie pattern like you do with the d9p and the second cutting is a little different, not into 4 equal parts.I had saved the web-site but with all that has been going on with my mother I forgot where I put it.I wondered if any else had saw it, or made one. Maybe I will run upon it again. Thank you all.

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    I only know the typical bowtie. Maybe some that knows will post it here. Kinda like your glasses or keys, they just disappear from time to time. If you find it, will you post it for those of us that want to know?

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    I've only heard of a disappearing 9-patch, not bowtie.

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    I've heard of this and even went to the guy's website! I, for the life of me, can't recall it at the moment. I found it on another post on this board in the last 4-6 weeks. I'll have to do some searching now lol.

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    well that was easier than i thot! the fellow's name is Wayne Kollinger and his site: http://waynekollingersquiltblog.blogspot.com/
    Interesting technique!
    on the right side you'll see block names - those are the one's he's 'played around' with.
    I recall the churn dash being one he disappeared.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WTxRed View Post
    well that was easier than i thot! the fellow's name is Wayne Kollinger and his site: http://waynekollingersquiltblog.blogspot.com/
    Interesting technique!
    on the right side you'll see block names - those are the one's he's 'played around' with.
    I recall the churn dash being one he disappeared.
    His Bowties are not cut as a D4P etc. are ... rather the colour placement and positioning of the blocks together create different effects to take the eye away from the Bowtie block.
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    Are you looking for a disappearing bowtie or a simpler way to make the bowtie?

    Here is one assembled using a technique similar to the 10 min. block

    http://bearcreekquilter.wordpress.co...rial-and-more/

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightquilter View Post
    Has anyone made a disappearing bowtie? If so can you post a picture of it?
    was it http://waynekollingersquiltblog.blogspot.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by nightquilter View Post
    Has anyone made a disappearing bowtie? If so can you post a picture of it?
    i have posted a pic of it twice now and I guess you aren't allowed to post a pic of it.

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