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Thread: A group OBW with the Floral Master Fabric

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n
    Quote Originally Posted by featherweight
    Oh my gosh. Your fabric choice was awesome. I can't wait to see the finished products.. Very, Very nice!!!
    I have to give Gai the credit for mine as she picked it! :-D
    Who ever choose it, all I can say is WOW. You are the one putting it together so I have to give you a double WOW!!!

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    I cant wait to see them all finished they all look great so far. This is another one on my list to do.

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    Wow.... beautiful fabric and I love those blocks, this is perfect fabric design for this obw you are working on, cant wait to see the finished quilt and what others do with it!

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    That is going to be awesome!! :thumbup: :D

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    Very pretty! I'm looking forward to seeing the finished quilt. Your work is very pretty.

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    These are all going to look fantastic!!!!

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    Wonderful fabric, love it, the blocks are so pretty!

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    Pretty!

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    Yea, Joann's doesn't have it either. Oh well. Is it a new fabric because it doesn't even appear on the Springs Creative website.

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    quote "I need a design wall, maybe I can work on that this weekend. I am so scared the kids are gonna mess with my pieces so I have them hidden lol" quote

    You know, my design wall is just 2 flannel backed plastic tablecloths I got at the thrift store for 99 cents each. I use 3 clotheshangers with the clips to hold them up; 1 on each corner and 1 in the center where the 2 overlap. It works great and folds up easily out of the way when I don't need it. For smaller projects, I can just use 1 of the tablecloths. I put the hangers on the door frames now but plan to install 3 hooks in the wall near the ceiling to hang them from eventually.

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    beautiful fabric and will follow along, thanks

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    great idea for a design wall

    Quote Originally Posted by wildyard
    quote "I need a design wall, maybe I can work on that this weekend. I am so scared the kids are gonna mess with my pieces so I have them hidden lol" quote

    You know, my design wall is just 2 flannel backed plastic tablecloths I got at the thrift store for 99 cents each. I use 3 clotheshangers with the clips to hold them up; 1 on each corner and 1 in the center where the 2 overlap. It works great and folds up easily out of the way when I don't need it. For smaller projects, I can just use 1 of the tablecloths. I put the hangers on the door frames now but plan to install 3 hooks in the wall near the ceiling to hang them from eventually.

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    Really coming along nicely. Can't wait to see it finished.

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    Amazing how one fabric can give so many different blocks. They are all so beautiful!! Definitely keeping a watch on this thread. :)

    Patti

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    Very pretty, I like the fabric chosen for these. I hope to make on someday.

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    I'm planning to go to Joanne's tomorrow, hope I can find some of the fabric. Great idea to do it together, will be fun to see the different ways to put them together. I doubt I could keep up though, I'm slow!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ljorange
    I'm planning to go to Joanne's tomorrow, hope I can find some of the fabric. Great idea to do it together, will be fun to see the different ways to put them together. I doubt I could keep up though, I'm slow!
    So am I and this will be the first i've ever done. Should be fun though

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    I am going to go to Hancock's and Joann's if necessary to find it (have printed off a picture just to make sure I get the right one), but how much do I need to get? I know it depends on the size of the finished quilt, so what do I need for a double? If I can find the fabric I will join in when I finish the Dances with Waves Project Linus quilts and an outfit for my granddaughter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by isnthatodd
    I am going to go to Hancock's and Joann's if necessary to find it (have printed off a picture just to make sure I get the right one), but how much do I need to get? I know it depends on the size of the finished quilt, so what do I need for a double? If I can find the fabric I will join in when I finish the Dances with Waves Project Linus quilts and an outfit for my granddaughter.
    I planned on a wallhanging and I bought 2 1/2 yds but I would ask k3n she knows more about how to do these

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    Too funny that you all bought the same fabric for the OBW! Great minds think alike! Thanks for sharing for those of us following along... enjoying it immensely, I want to do one someday when I knock out a few of those pesky UFO's and WIP's.

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    ONe question. If I want to do one, how much fabric do I need to start/do it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rann
    ONe question. If I want to do one, how much fabric do I need to start/do it?
    I think k3n said the repeat is 12 inches, so 2.5 yards will do it. When I saw this fabric, I just knew it would be great for an OBW, but I don't think k3n was that enthused with the fabric at first, LOL! I'll stop by two different Joanns in the morning when I get off work and see if they have any more. I got the fabric around September or October, I think. And I'll join in the OBW group as soon as I finish the Blooming 9 Patch I'm working on right now.

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    what size finished quilt will this make and how many yards did you begin with?

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    Gosh they are beautiful...just like a kalaidascope

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    Very pretty work, awesome!

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