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Thread: Help Straighten Me Out!

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    granny go on www.quilterstv.com and look for a lady named Billy she shows a how to make a simple bargello hope this help you granny

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    Quote Originally Posted by nellie
    granny go on www.quilterstv.com and look for a lady named Billy she shows a how to make a simple bargello hope this help you granny
    This is the same as the link that Lisa_wanna_b_quilter provided. It is a really good video, but Granny couldn't get it to play on her computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa_wanna_b_quilter
    That was amazing! I could watch her all day and still be entranced!!!!! Loved it. Once I clicked on the link I didn't do anything else. I just waited for it to load and play. It took a little bit of time and I have dsl so if someone has dial up it may take longer but it is awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by retired2pa
    I just finished my first bargello wall hanging and was very surprised at how easy it really was, so don't give up Linda. I read the tute that was posted the other day on here and to be honest, it was very confusing to me. It would be way too easy to get them mixed up and then you'd have a huge mess! I had watched some videos and was still not sure what they were trying to say. Seems like there are several different ways to approach it. I finally found a pattern at e-patternscentral.com with directions that I could understand. I bought it for $4.99 and downloaded it instantly. Since I had never done one before I thought I'd just do part of it and see how it turned out. Here's a snap before I added the border and binding.
    Wow. That is really pretty. I am currently sewing panels together. I will see after that how it goes. Thanks. I will keep your info.

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