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Old 02-11-2011, 04:07 PM
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ok so I admit I am alittle bit slow.....lol ......everyone on here uses so many initials when talking about things I get lost. I had NO idea what a OBW was and kept reading it......lol....well now I know and oh my my......they are sooo cool. I seen one in a quilt shop yesterday. Now my question is where can I find a pattern to buy? I don't want to buy a book, just a pattern. You guys on here are all sooooo helpful I love this place.
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Old 02-11-2011, 04:11 PM
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Hi Marsha,

The book explains the whole process, talks about how to select fabric and options. And is not very much more than a typical pattern!

Connecting Threads has Maxine Rosenthal & Joy Pelzmann's 'One Block Wonders Cubed' for $13.77 today!

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Old 02-11-2011, 04:17 PM
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I am not aware there is just a pattern. Amazon has some used which in the long run might be about the same cost as ordering one and paying shipping.
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Marsha...I'm in the process of doing one now for the first time and I'm following the tut on this board from Cutebuns.

If you look at this link..the third post down (by Woody) has the links to all the tuts by Cutebuns. Be prepared for lots of reading..but it's worth it :)

http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-83501-1.htm
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OBW is on my to-do list too. The tut by Cutebuns gave great information.
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Old 02-11-2011, 09:28 PM
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Originally Posted by DeneK
OBW is on my to-do list too. The tut by Cutebuns gave great information.
Yes. Check out the tutorial on this board and if you are confused about something, then by the book. Save the money for fabric if possible--LOL.

There really isn't a pattern. It's a kaleidoscope method. Cut 60 degree triangles from 6 identical strips of fabric and sew them into strips of half hexagons. Then sew all the strips together. You have to keep them all in order though or you'll have a mess.

The next level throws in a hollow cube illusion. I'd have to break down & buy the book for that one, though.
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Old 02-12-2011, 07:04 AM
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I have said it before and I will say it again.....you guys are AWESOME!!!!! Thank you all soooooo much. I had no idea how involved the whole thing was. It is soooo exciting to read about it all. I have been reading the tut from the links......and who ever told me it was alot of reading is so right...lol...but she also said so worth it...so right again! I am not ready to make one yet as I have to many things going on but soon very soon I am going to do one. Thank you all again......
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