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Thread: Aquarium Life (a "leftovers" obw)

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    Ohhhh! How pretty.

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    Beautiful

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    Oh, wow! That is gorgeous. The colors are so bright and showy. I love it.

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    how cool is that? it's wonderful, katrine! :XD:

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    Very nice.

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    Pretty!

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    beautiful quilt, that is amazing what you did, I really like it

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    Love it.

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    Beau T ful.

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    Beau T ful.

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    Really pretty. DH says the quilt should be called "Sushi"

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    Quote Originally Posted by nancia
    i'm new at this and don't know all the language. please tell me what is OBW and also DH thanks, n :o)
    One Block Wonder
    See down the page here of Topic Lists, and you will find the heading One Block Wonders and Kaleidoscopes etc etc, which will explain, and you will find info and examples under that topic heading.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/virtual_section_list.jsp


    DH = husband

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    Quote Originally Posted by LucyInTheSky
    Really pretty. DH says the quilt should be called "Sushi"


    :lol: :lol: Like it!

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    Love it love it love it! May I ask, did you paper piece??

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    Quote Originally Posted by connie d
    Love it love it love it! May I ask, did you paper piece??
    No, it's done to the One Block Wonder method - see my penultimate post above. I just used up the blocks I had left over from the bigger "Rings of Fire" quilt I just finished.

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    Many thanks everyone for your lovely comments. Think I will keep it now!

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    Love it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Katrine
    This is "Aquarium Life" - a wallhanging made with the leftover blocks of my obw Rings of Fire. I have added strips of the original fabric in the top and bottom windows of the tank.

    It measures 26ins x 46ins. The quilting in the "viewing windows" of the fish tank is done with a bright blue Bottom Line, but I only did STID on the black "tank", because I wanted it to hang nice and straight, not being so big.
    All I have left now is one small setting square!
    The fabric is from the Aquatica range by Robert Kaufman, there is a photo of it in the following:
    (Rings of Fire obw the blocks were left over from)
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-104025-1.htm
    Thanks for looking :D
    clever use of blocks

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    Wow, that is beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nancia
    i'm new at this and don't know all the language. please tell me what is OBW and also DH thanks, n :o)
    OBW - One Block Wonder (a pattern that is made out of only one fabric - although some are using 2 to make them more colorful).

    DH - Dear Hubby

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    Beautiful, just beautiful

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    Love those brilliant colors. Great job.

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    Very nice! Lovely colours!

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    Love the layout

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    thank you! n

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