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Thread: Fishy Stack & Whack

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    I had a great time using this colorful Fishy fabric. The quilt will be given to Project Linus.

    Evelyn in NJ

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    Project Linus is such a wonderful organization! That is fantastic and the child that receives it will LOVE it for sure!!!!

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    That will sure be one lucky kid! It's beautiful :)

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    I love it! The recipient will appreciate it for sure.

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    I've got to buy me some stack and whack directions. That is so neat!
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    Thank you for the compliment. No need to buy directions.

    Just line up 4 layers- cut into 6 1/2" squares then into quarters on the diagonal. Sew each set together- Like magic great designs pop up! Then just add sashings (I cut mine 2")

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    What a cheerful, pretty quilt, it will brighten up somebody's day.

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    WOW!! I LOVE those bright colors!!! You did a beautiful job on this quilt :D:D:D

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    That really is beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evelyn
    Thank you for the compliment. No need to buy directions.

    Just line up 4 layers- cut into 6 1/2" squares then into quarters on the diagonal. Sew each set together- Like magic great designs pop up! Then just add sashings (I cut mine 2")
    So you take the 4 layers from each quarter and sew them together to make the individual block?

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    Yes, that's the idea! Give it a try and have fun.
    Evelyn

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    Great quilt!
    Thank you for sharing a bit about how you did it. That is always encouraging

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    Stunning....lovely idea for this fabric. Stack and whack really does work well.

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    How bright and cheerful! Some lucky child is going to love this quilt. :thumbup:

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    Beautiful! Love the colors!

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    Love 'em.

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    Wow, that is cute, someone is going to have a great quilt.

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    Beautifal. Great job. Project Linus will love it. You are very nice to donate it like that. :thumbup:

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    That is so cute some child will really love it. Isn't stack and whack fun, you never know what you will get.

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    Someone will definitely love that quilt :mrgreen: Great Job :thumbup: Love the way you did the stack & wack. Makes it so bright and cheery

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    that is a fun quilt!

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    Very nice. I like all the bright colors. :thumbup:

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    Sweet :-P

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    WoW....That turned out so colorful!! I love it . I am sure whoever gets it will love it too!! :thumbup:

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    That is so cute - bright and cheerful. I think it would lift anyones spirits. Good job :thumbup:

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