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A group OBW with the Floral Master Fabric

Old 02-12-2011, 05:46 PM
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This was the white elephant my friend got a couple of weeks ago.
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Old 02-12-2011, 06:06 PM
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I think that is absolutely gorgeous. I am still looking for some fabric to do one for my granddaughter for her graduation gift.
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Old 02-12-2011, 07:21 PM
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Very Pretty..
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Old 02-12-2011, 07:44 PM
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Beautiful fabric --- good job!
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Old 02-13-2011, 01:59 AM
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Omak that is really pretty. It's the same technique as OBW but with the setting triangles TECHNICALLY it's stack n whack :mrgreen:. This way of setting hexes is in the Bethany Reynolds book Stacknwhackipedia. But of course it's easy enough to work out how to do from the OBW books as well - the two methods of construction are the same.
Signed, Ms Pedantic xxx :mrgreen: 8-) :lol: :lol: :lol:
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PS Re the 'project' - I'm going to join my rows as soon as I finish the seascape quilt I'm working on (which I am NOT loving - it's not coming out like it looks in my head but anyway, I digress) Then I'll post and hope that Daisey has her fabric by then!
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Originally Posted by k3n
Omak that is really pretty. It's the same technique as OBW but with the setting triangles TECHNICALLY it's stack n whack :mrgreen:. This way of setting hexes is in the Bethany Reynolds book Stacknwhackipedia. But of course it's easy enough to work out how to do from the OBW books as well - the two methods of construction are the same.
Signed, Ms Pedantic xxx :mrgreen: 8-) :lol: :lol: :lol:
I remember <g> these are the pictures of the stack and whack (clearly identified by the beginning quilter by a piece of paper in the box) that I thought was an OBW, but that you corrected me a few pages back ... but, golly, Miss Pedantic they are all just triangles :!: ;-) LOL <wave>
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Originally Posted by omak
I remember <g> these are the pictures of the stack and whack (clearly identified by the beginning quilter by a piece of paper in the box) that I thought was an OBW, but that you corrected me a few pages back ... but, golly, Miss Pedantic they are all just triangles :!: ;-) LOL <wave>
I'm only teasing Omak, I hope you know that. :-D And in fact, I'm taking the mickey out of myself rather than you. (kiss) :-D
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Originally Posted by k3n
Originally Posted by omak
I remember <g> these are the pictures of the stack and whack (clearly identified by the beginning quilter by a piece of paper in the box) that I thought was an OBW, but that you corrected me a few pages back ... but, golly, Miss Pedantic they are all just triangles :!: ;-) LOL <wave>
I'm only teasing Omak, I hope you know that. :-D And in fact, I'm taking the mickey out of myself rather than you. (kiss) :-D
I knew you were teasing, and I tried teasing back, but alas! I just don't do humor well <g> Now, you have to explain "taking the mickey out" - - I have never heard that one! I hope it doesn't mean that you were being critical of yourself cuz I see no reason for that at all! <wave>
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Taking the mickey just means teasing really - don't know where it comes from. Think I'll google and see if I can find out. :mrgreen: It's funny how you take things for granted until someone questions you about it - it's usually Hans (my DH) who is Dutch and asks me the derivation of English expressions and I have to say 'I don't know'. And I don't like saying that - I like to be a know-all - hence why I was 'taking the mickey' out of myself! :lol: Are you still with me or have you gone off in disgust! :mrgreen: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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