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Thread: OBW Practice

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    I like the table topper....very nice. Maybe that's what I need to do with my blocks.

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    So Pretty

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    Great practice, very pretty! :thumbup:

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    Wonderful Job!! This is still on my to do list!

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    very beautiful, I have been sewing on my OBW all weekend. Going out to find boarders today.

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    NICE!!!

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    Love it, love it, love it. I just got my fabric and am trying to find time to start cutting.
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    Great job!

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    It looks so fabulous. Well done. Love the way you used the fabric.

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    That turned out wonderfully. I'm surprised you had enough in your stash for a OBW. Your stash must be more extensive than mine. This not counting those fabric chunks I've bought specifically for a OBW. It's beautiful - now onto another chunk of fabric. Please show us that one too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Norva
    I have been wanting to do a OBW for some time so decided to do a practice piece before cutting into new (read expensive) fabric. Result - table runner, all done with stash on hand, including batting scraps. I think I will move on the the good stuff.
    Hope this works - my first time posting "New Topic"
    Beautiful! I want to do the same thing with some cut up full skirted floral dresses I have in my stash. I have had them for years, just waiting for something like this!

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    awesome!

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    Awsome!!

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    That's beautiful. I'd say you're ready for the good stuff.

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    That turned out really pretty!

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    Beautiful. It is said practice makes perfect. - you started with perfect. Looks great. Flowers for your table always.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moonwork42029
    love it
    Moonwork, I grew up in Texas near the following great metropolises: Bugtussle, Jot 'Em Down, Frog Leap

    My first school was a one-room schoolhouse whose actual name is long forgotten. All anyone ever called it was "Chigger Ridge."

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    Thanks all for the comments on my practice OBW. This fabric had a 12" repeat so a two yard piece was all I needed. I split that in half length wise and only used one half for the table runner.

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    very pretty

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    turned out very pretty

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    What is OBW?

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    I just got it! ONE BLOCK WONDER :-)

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    So very pretty. I just bought a 60 degree template and a OBW is why. You are an inspiration.

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    Thank you and good luck. I just used the 60 degree lines on my regular ruler for this one, but intend to buy a 60 degree triangle template for the next one. I want to incorporate some cubes and really need one for that.

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    I like your OBW better then the original fabric.

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