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Thread: practicing stack 'n whack

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    Super Member LoisN's Avatar
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    I didn't really understand how to do a stack 'n whack but really love the look, so I thought I'd just try to watch a tutorial and try it. This is what I came up with. The border print was the original fabric for the snw blocks. This was a learning process, so don't look too close. They are OK for the galloping horse test.

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    Beautiful

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    Very pretty!

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    That is beautiful...and slow down that galloping horse because you did a great job!!!

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    I love the look of this. I need to learn how!

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    Beautiful, I have been wanting to try this method also.

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    aren't those called 4 patch posies? you did a fantastic job. i just love this little quilt.

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    Very pretty

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    Don't sell yourself short. You did a great job. It's really pretty.

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    You did well. :thumbup:

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    Very pretty.

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    The patches are lovely--wish you had done more!

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    Looks Great! I want to tackle that one day!

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    I think it looks great. I've bought a fabric to try the 4 patch posey. Just waiting for the right moment of "inspiration" to hit me before I make the first cut. haha

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    Looks so good, lovely fabric, colors are great. :thumbup:

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    Honey, your horse is a WINNER!!!!!!!!
    I just love this......What a good job you did....... I'm waiting to find material to make one.......

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    Very Nice! Such pretty flowers (before and after cutting!)

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    very nice.

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    Looks good to me. Very pretty.

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    I love it! When you get tired of it you can send it to me.

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    That is one pretty quilt for someone who "doesn't understand"!!

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    Very pretty.

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    Beautiful quilt!!!

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    Very pretty. I love the colors. I'm trying to get up the nerve to try a stack n'whack myself. Do you have a link to the tutorial you used?

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    You certainly picked a gorgeous fabric to do it with. The quilt is so pretty. Isn't the stack and whack fun

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