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Thread: OBW She'll be apples

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    that is beautiful!!!
    "... let us run with perseverance the race marked out for us."

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    I have never been a OBW fan, but you have taken it to a whole different level and made an absolute thing of beauty. If there is a boo-boo, nobody but you will ever know.
    Yooper32 aka: Donna B

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    looks wonderful and no i dont see your mistake so i will pass quilt police...lol..
    it is truely beautiful keep up the good work.. i have never worked with hexies.. but bought a ruler from missori star and i am going to try the christmas tree tablerunners

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    Beautiful quilt. Never heard of an OBW. How do you do that?

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    I WISH I knew how to do that. It is stunning.

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    Okay. If there is an error, you are the only one who knows! BEAUTIFUL!

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    This is gorgeous! I found the mistake, but only after looking for quite a while. I love the way cutting make blocks look so different from the original fabric. Super job.

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    Yes, I found the piece that is in wrong, but it is a lovely quilt. I really like your border.

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    It is a 60 degree triangle. It is also known as a Stack 'n ' Whack. You stack 6 matching layers , cut , and sewing. They are very easy. But there are lots of bias and if you STARCH your fabric before cutting it out you will have better luck. The helps to keep those bias from stretching. You should try one.
    Quote Originally Posted by brendapm View Post
    Beautiful quilt. Never heard of an OBW. How do you do that?

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    Love, love, love She'll Be Apples! And one of the best things about the OBW is how forgiving it is -- mistakes are nearly impossible to find. I'd swear you'd fussy-cut some of those hexagons, they are just so perfect.

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    "IF" you have a mistake it's invisible! Didn't you mean it as a design opportunity???? LOL
    Keep smiling, it makes others wonder what you're up to!

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    I've watched this beauty grow and it finished with a big awesome! Love the border treatment. No mistakes through my eyes! Just beautiful! The original fabric is perfect for the OBW pattern and you quilt is proof of it.
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    I don't see an error. It is beautiful!

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    Why would I look for a mistake? Your quilt is beautiful. How small are the small squares in the border? I'm in awe.

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    I love it and sure don't see your mistake.
    Bonnie,wife,mom and grandma

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    I found it but I had to look really hard. The quilt is really beautiful. If you are not happy that someone found the error, you can always send it to me

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    that is adorable and i'm not about to look for an error! lovely quilt hon. really is!!!!

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    Gee, this is just beautiful, love those warm colours!!! The kaleidoscope has always been on my mind, just haven't found the time and courage to start.....
    Elfi
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    It is amazing!!!!!!! Couldn't find your boo boo!

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    looks fabulous

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    gorgeous quilt... love the colors

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    I found it but no one else will ever find it.....a petal is backwards in one of the hex's on the lower right. I am a nurse and have been taught to notice every minute detail. Sorry that I found it so quickly.

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    Amazing quilt! Fantastic job!

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    And I would look for the mistake why.....

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    Wow, I don't see anything wrong..

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