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Thread: my folded dahlia quilt

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    Super Member Lori Peercy's Avatar
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    Did you use the 6 1/2" blocks for the dahlia? I had seen some discussions about using smaller since you don't see the part that is underneath.

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    That's beautiful in pieces, it's gonna be gorgeous when it's all done!!!

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    O.K. now. I have seen several of these folded dahlia blocks and they are all beautiful....but I have to know the truth....Are they as hard to make as they look? So far I have mastered the Bow Tucks, the Pillowcase and the Log Cabin.

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    Beautiful work!

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    very nice, hope it goes the way you want it to..

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    yes on the 6 an a hafe

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    Quote Originally Posted by rexie
    O.K. now. I have seen several of these folded dahlia blocks and they are all beautiful....but I have to know the truth....Are they as hard to make as they look? So far I have mastered the Bow Tucks, the Pillowcase and the Log Cabin.
    If you can make bow tuck you can do this. It is very very easy.

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