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Thread: Shops that sell x-blocks patterns

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    Senior Member sandraa's Avatar
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    I'm in Texas and can't seem to find a place to buy all the different patterns. Patricia Pepe's website is no help. Ayone know of a shop that has a wide selection?

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    try this place www.patchesplacequiltshop.com call her if they are not online

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    OK I think I missed something what are x blocks?

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    You can buy them right off of her site,and the site is set up for paypal.
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    I have a xblock template...but still have not used it. You can buy it on line.

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    Hi, are you having problems with the X-Blocks site? This link takes you directly to the pattern page: http://www.patriciapepe.com/patterns.html

    If you have trouble finding the pattern you want reply back to me and I'll arrange to get it for you. :)

    Happy sewing,
    Andrea

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    I'm so glad you asked! The X-blocks is an acrylic square used with a rotary cutter to create interesting quilts out of easily-pieced blocks. You can create diamonds, stars, even Santa Clause...and it's lots of fun. Visit her website and look around for ideas: http://www.patriciapepe.com/patterns.html

    Have fun and happy new year.

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    here is also a tute on the block and also a bunch of examples of quilts you can make. I have not used mine yet. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCHZrZVvFfg

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    Thank you carolaug here is also a tute on the block and also a bunch of examples of quilts you can make. I have not used mine yet. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCHZrZVvFfg
    Now I know what an X box is .

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    Oh man as if I need one more ruler or pattern to be never ending stuff....I am off to Amazon to find it....lol
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