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Thread: Question on Tenn. Waltz sub-block

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    Question on Tenn. Waltz sub-block

    I have lost the instruction sheet that came with the templates, on the triangle in a square, for the finished 12x12 inch block... what size are the rectangles that we cut kittyvcorner?

    I can see in Eneanor's video the smaller block uses 2.5 x 5 inch rectangles, face to face, but what does the larger 12 inch block use? I wrote them yesterday but still no answer....

    Anyone know ? thanks

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    http://quiltinaday.com/theater/3100/3101.html

    It is in the 3100 series. Go to quilt in a day.com, videos, there are two parts to the quilt. Maybe she will tell you there.

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    Here are directions for the quilt. I don't know if you'll have to adjust the size though.
    http://bumblebeebags.blogspot.com/20...lt-how-to.html

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    <<<>>>>> she doesnt cover the 12x12 inch block in the video, that is why i wrote to her asking LOL.... but thanks

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    I just wrote to quilt in a day and let them know i made a sample using 3x6 rectangle and it worked perfectly... will go with that...

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