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Thread: A group OBW with the Floral Master Fabric

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    Velcro ?

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    Here is my neices kaleidoscope quilt. It will get a skinny yellow border then a wider border of the print. I will post one more after I get it finished and quilted.

    I STILL have two basket quilt tops to finish for *gulp* Easter :oops: . Blocks are done, one top is half finished. They are being sashed and put on point and i have NEVER done point...lol. Soooooo I am learning as I go!

    I have FINISHED all the octogons from the floral master fabric :mrgreen: . I still have a few sitting here getting ready to iron but that is it. I will start sorting them and placing them on my design wall in the next few days
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    very pretty I have not done a kaleidascope quilt, just started a whack and stack and a OBW..you must have alot of time to quilt ,,,last week I counted how many quilts I am in the middle of and its 27,,,but slowly they get done..I work full time and long arm quilt on the side so my own work comes around slowly! Congrats on the beautiful quilts youve done!

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    That is really pretty and fresh looking Julie - now get cracking on those floral master octos! (she nags, with her top sitting here STILL not quilted!)LOL!

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    Ladies, all the blocks are beautiful!

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    Hello dear ladies!
    Help me choose a fabric for the job. I want to join you. I can not help not to start cutting fabric. I have 2 books OBW (Cubed and encore), but due to problems with language, I do not understand it all. I look at your wonderful work and admire your work. Maybe I need more tissue to look in their trunks.

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    If we take the work of these two fabrics, the right would it be?
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    THANK YOU FOR YOUR LESSONS AND BEAUTIFUL WORK!

    These fabrics I brought back from Thailand
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    Hi Olga, I hope I can help, I wish I spoke Russian. :D

    The first two fabrics, the flowers are too small so no good. The third one has too much plain background. The ones with straight lines would be difficult too, especially for your first one as the lines will look odd if they don't meet. The best option is your picture number 7 - the brown background with the bright blue and orange paisley floral print. I'm wondering though if you have enough? I can see the repeat along the edge and it looks like you haven't. You would need six x the pattern repeat and it should all come from the same bolt as sometimes patterns and colours vary from bolt to bolt. Hope this is helpful, otherwise PM me. :-D

    Look at pages 11-14 of the first book. The best fabrics have a large print, swirling pattern and a small range of colours, I like 3 or 4 main colours and no plain background.

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    SORRY,IT IS IMPOSSIBLE TO UPLOAD A PHOTO. I LIVE IN THE COUNTRY AND WITH COMMUNICATION PROBLEM. WHEN I GET HOME,JUST UPLOADED.

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    Dear К3n!
    I FOUND ANOTHER CLOTH AND I HOPE THAT SHE ,TOO ,YOU'LL LIKE IT. MY SEVERAL SAMPLES HAVE BEEN BEAUTIFUL,BUT TOGETHER THEY DO NOT LOOK. THINK YOU THIS IS ALSO NOTICED. I TRIED TO DARK HEXAGONS POSITION ON THE ONE END,BUT IT ,PROBABLY,NOT SO MUCH TO OBTAIN AN OVERALL PICTURE. MAYBE I NEED TO HAVE TO CUT THE CLOTH AND WHETHER AS SOMETHING DIFFERENT TO LAY THEM ON THE TABLE. I AM GRATEFUL TO YOU FOR YOUR ADVICE. In RELATION TO the PROBLEM of the LANGUAGE, I don'T UNDERSTAND EVERYTHING SOMETIMES. Thank YOU FOR your PATIENCE, WHICH YOU will NEED TO WORK WITH ME.

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    Olga I'm sending you an email so hopefully you can reply with your photo! :-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n
    Olga I'm sending you an email so hopefully you can reply with your photo! :-D
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    Katryne!
    Many thanks for the help.I took a few hollow cubes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olga
    Katryne!
    Many thanks for the help.I took a few hollow cubes.
    It looks like you got it just right, Miss Olga! But, I do not know as much as K3n ... it looks to me like you have a good variety of hexagons.

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    Looking good Olga!!!

    I will be finishing up my Foral Master Octo OBW in the next 2 weeks. Will have pics up when she's done. Will also be quilting the purple octogon for my niece. Making a trip to Indiana mid June so these will be finished and delivered :). Very excited to finish them!

    I still haven't bordered and quilted my FIRST OBW yet.....*sigh* maybe end of June....lol

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    dh and I are moving along on ours.. we have to do a few more blocks and then work with the movement of them.. boy that part is really hard.. but i tell dh to walk away and go back later and then walk away again... it is so cute watching him do this.. but between the two of us I hope we get it right...if not.. oh well.........it sure was fun as a duo project !
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    Olga that is looking good - glad I was able to help! Regarding the cube, I hope you don;t mind if I say that the red and green fabric in the cube you posted is a little too strong for this fabric - I'd go for a brown for the dark, gold for the medium and cream for the light values.

    Colleen, yours is looking beautiful.

    Julie, are you quilting yet? :lol: Mind you, I can talk, still haven;t quilted mine but had some deadlines to meet first... :-D

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    Colleen that is looking really good!

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n
    Olga that is looking good - glad I was able to help! Regarding the cube, I hope you don;t mind if I say that the red and green fabric in the cube you posted is a little too strong for this fabric - I'd go for a brown for the dark, gold for the medium and cream for the light values.

    Colleen, yours is looking beautiful.

    Julie, are you quilting yet? :lol: Mind you, I can talk, still haven;t quilted mine but had some deadlines to meet first... :-D
    The purple octogons will get started quilting this week. The Floral Master Octo OBW is still just octo blocks. BUT, I will be setting those blocks together and quilting it during the next 2 weeks :) . Mine are getting finished NOW because they ARE my next deadline!~hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by colleen53
    dh and I are moving along on ours.. we have to do a few more blocks and then work with the movement of them.. boy that part is really hard.. but i tell dh to walk away and go back later and then walk away again... it is so cute watching him do this.. but between the two of us I hope we get it right...if not.. oh well.........it sure was fun as a duo project !
    ok all the blocks are in place.. i will give it a while and see if this is the final look or not.. dh is chomping at the bit to start attaching them together !
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    I love your final version!!! I think you guys have hit it just right!!

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    To Colleen53:
    I love the meandering flow of red & gold through the sea of green in your last post layout. It is really beautiful!

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    Just love it.

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    The blocks are beautiful, I'll keep coming back to check your progress - Thanks!

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