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Thread: Black and white 'Think Outside the Box' quilt update

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    I've got my patttern and plan to do it in purple batiks for my DGD. Hope it turns out as nice as yours.

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    Oh I so want this pattern, It is just amazing. I wish SSS would not take so long. God bless. Penny

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    Quote Originally Posted by chloe-toadusew
    The pattern has pressing instructions and if followed will cause the seams to nest together perfectly - no pinning required. The quilt goes together like butter, I promise.

    When you opt to "reverse engineer" a pattern, rather than buy it, you miss these wonderful little nuggets of wisdom that many designers include. When you buy patterns, you support the companies that make them and in turn insure a continued supply of clever and creative ideas that will excite and inspire you.

    You can get a copy of Thinking Outside the Block at

    http://www.toadusew.com/store/patter...e-block-1.html
    Chloe is absolutely right about all the cool tips and supporting companies. I did actually ask about this under 'Ethica Question' before I did itl

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    Stunning!! looks like a ribbon winner to me!

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    that is cool, they look like they are floating

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    how did i miss this one?! it is a beauty! :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by watterstide
    how did i miss this one?! it is a beauty! :thumbup:
    Thank you thank you - it isn't difficult to make either even though it looks really complex!

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    I simply love this!

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    it looks so 3-dimensional!!! just jumps up at you. definitely quilt show material
    enjoyed reading this site..love to sew. quilted for 47 yrs and still love it & learning new ideas

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    It is absolutely gorgeous! Stunning! I noticed this is a post from 2010. How did it go at the fair and how did you quilt it in the end?
    Last edited by BizzieLizzie; 01-10-2013 at 01:10 AM.
    Patchwork Crazy!!!

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    I don't have any advise on the quilting pattern, but I do love everything about your quilt! I love the colors, the fabric, and the pattern, so I am sure I will love whatever quilting pattern you choose. it is so strikingly beautiful and unique! You should win the fair with this quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chloe-toadusew View Post
    The pattern has pressing instructions and if followed will cause the seams to nest together perfectly - no pinning required. The quilt goes together like butter, I promise.

    When you opt to "reverse engineer" a pattern, rather than buy it, you miss these wonderful little nuggets of wisdom that many designers include. When you buy patterns, you support the companies that make them and in turn insure a continued supply of clever and creative ideas that will excite and inspire you.

    You can get a copy of Thinking Outside the Block at

    http://www.toadusew.com/store/patter...e-block-1.html

    I just ordered this pattern and some fabrics to make this quilt. I hope it is a printed pattern to follow along. Guess I'll find out! OMG I just noticed THIS is a 2010 post...
    Last edited by mmac71; 01-11-2013 at 08:41 AM.

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