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Old 09-17-2018, 06:53 PM
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Been working on these all day, 24 blade repeat cut dresdens cut from Elsa fabric.

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This is the original fabric

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Old 09-17-2018, 06:57 PM
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Very pretty! So are they going to be pointed blade plates on a light background or rounded blade plates?
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OMG!!! I'm dizzy, are you?
Looks like you are well on the way.
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Neither smooth round modern circle.
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wow, looks good so far. i love that each block looks different. Thanks for showing the original fabric.
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Looking good!
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Looking forward to seeing what you do with these! Great fun to see the original fabric and then what it looks like after you’re done with it.

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Gosh, that is amazing.
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I haven't seen that done before. Love the results with your great fabric selection!
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Wow. Looks like a stack N whack but different. I like the circle look. Can't wait to see it finished. It always amazes me to see how different the original fabric is from the finished block. Really cool. Thanks for sharing initial step.
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