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Thread: Stack N Whack or One Block Wonder

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    Stack N Whack or One Block Wonder

    This is a quilt I finished quilting for a Customer. I am not sure if this is considered a Stack n Whack or a One Block Wonder. I really like the sashing added. I wasn't able to get the full picture because it was such a huge quilt but she did a great job on it.
    On my to piece list one day.....
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    That is a beautiful quilt -- I think it is a stack n whack. The quilting certainly enhances the piecing.

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    It's a stack 'n whack. Your quilting sure is nice. Is it a panto? If so, would you mind telling the name?

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    great job
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    I really like S & W made into LeMoyne stars. Just beautiful, setting, quilting, everything.

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    What a beautiful quilt, and your quilting is amazing!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Stack and Whack!

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    That is a beautifully done quilt by both of you!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    Pretty Stack and Whack! Generally, OBW are one repeated shape to make the quilt.

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    Beautiful!!!
    Retired teacher, loving it.
    Love quilting also.

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    Beautiful! Love the quilting design.

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    I don't know but it is beautiful and your quilting sure enhances it! If it is a stack and whack, I think I may look in to trying one, love this one, especially with the sashing!
    Susy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    Pretty Stack and Whack! Generally, OBW are one repeated shape to make the quilt.
    Aha, Thank you. I have thought both were always pretty but never have know the difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daisydebby View Post
    It's a stack 'n whack. Your quilting sure is nice. Is it a panto? If so, would you mind telling the name?
    Sure, it is grassy splendor with my added touches.

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    Great job on the quilt and the quilting! Beautiful finish!

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    That is a lovely S&W. OBW's use primarily one fabric rather than having a background for each block. They also don't have sashing.

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    Very nice and I love your quilting!

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    That is very pretty

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    I call it beautiful.

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    Terrific quilting!
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    Stunning!!!!, and so is your quilting.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I really like how you turned it into a star. Could you share info on this process. Your quilt is just lovely
    Create something beautiful from scraps.

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    beautiful quilt and quilting!!!
    QUILTNMO

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    It is beautiful

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    I like it..... very nice....

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