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Thread: my latest kaleidoscope quilt

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    I love to make Kaleidoscope quilts from one fabric ....wow the great variety of colors from one print is wonderful

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    so cool!!! On my list of "to do" quilts.

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    That is beautiful!!!
    I cannot believe my eyes! Is that all pieced together - each of them and then sewn together!?!? I don't know if I would have the patience to do a quilt like that but I absolutely love it!!!!
    Where ever that quilt lives it will be amazing!!!

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    That's awesome!!

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    That is gorgeous. I haven't tried one of those yet but every one I see is stunning and makes me want to do one.

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    It's beautiful

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    I keep forgetting what the name of the book those patterns are taken from - can someone refresh my memory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HMK
    I keep forgetting what the name of the book those patterns are taken from - can someone refresh my memory?

    Are they "stack and whack" quilts??

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    Beautiful quilt, thanks for sharing!

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    Utahquiltlady: That is beautiful. I love the colors and the pattern is sure interesting too. Where in Utah are you at?

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    WOW.... I want to try but I am intimidated!!!


    That looks FABULOUS!!!

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    that is stunning, is it as hard to do as it looks?

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    OH. How pretty. Is it hard to do. I would love to do one of those.

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    Welcome to the board, Utah! Tell us more about yourself!
    I LOVE your quilt!
    I have made a couple Stack N Whacks from the Bethany Reynolds technique, and they are NOT that hard, but they are all beautiful. Have some new material to do another one. I love them. Just remember if you are doing one, cut length wise borders first!
    This one is indeed stunning! Each one is so different and beautiful in its own way.
    The four patch using the same technique is also beautiful!
    Way to go! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    i've seen that in mags. what is the name of that pattern?

    yours is terrific. what a WOW!


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    Quote Originally Posted by HMK
    I keep forgetting what the name of the book those patterns are taken from - can someone refresh my memory?
    I have a book called One Block Wonders, is that what you're thinking?

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    That is STUNNING! It's on my to do list if I can ever find some appropriate fabric. Your fabric is gorgeous, do you know the name of it?

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    Gorgeous! It looks like a piece of art! Make more!

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    This is beautiful. How many yards did it take?
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    Absolutely stunning!!!

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    One Block Wonder there is also a secomd book out

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    That is a great quilt!! I abslutely loved the colors and designs.

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    Oh I love your OBW. Don't you just love making them? I've done two and I can't look at fabric anymore without checking the return. I bought the new book too. Want to learn how to do the tumbling blocks.

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    FABULOUS!!! I love it! Someday I'll learn to do that :lol:

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    Yes the book was my inspiration. I have done several and I am always amazed how one fabric can create so much motion and beauty

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