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Thread: Stack n Whack Ribbon Weave

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    I have seen this done up before but not found the pattern. Which book is this in? I probably don't need a book, is it just 4 repeats cut 2"x9 1/2"?

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    Yes, The quilt shown in the book by Bethany Reynolds has 32 blocks. Anne

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    Beautiful!!! You chose beautiful fabric in the first place. I've used "ugly" fabric to try and make something out of it. I see from your piece that it's quite beautiful if you use a design that's gorgeous to begin with.

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    Beautiful quilt! I think I could do this, thanks for sharing.

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    What a cool pattern. Love your choices.

    (I used to live next door in Englishtown in'83/'84.)

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    Nice effect. Gorgeous.

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    Simply stunning, Anne. I have GOT to stay off this board - my wish list keeps growning.

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    Really pretty!

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    Beautiful, love that pattern

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    Ok, now tell me how you did that. Is it cut in strips, nor wedges etc.? Its beautiful. I want to do some stack and whack. I take my mirrors to the quilt shop now. Thanks emily adair

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    Yes, It is cut in strips not wedges. The pattern is called Ribbon weave and it's in the Bethany Reynolds 10th Anniversary Stack n Whack ipedia.

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    Because I'm a PP, I'm used to fabric waste but I'm thinking there has to be a lot of fabric waste in this quilt. Yes?

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    No, hardly any waste at all. You just have to remember the size (length) of the repeat determines how much fabric to get. I will only use a fabric that has a 10-12 " or a 23 " repeat. It"s hard for me to explain without me showing you the actual fabric. Anne

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    Thanks Ann. I'll look forward to seeing more of your stunning quilts! Hugs

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    Honchey, Great Quilt..

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    Hi from Freehold, Been there many times. Lived in Edison 38 years,now NC. Sure Miss NJ. Your stack and wack is really pretty, I didn a 6 stack,cut and all sewed together different. :-D

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    Beautiful quilt

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    Ooooo, I love it!

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    that is really neat, you did a great job. thank you for sharing. God bless. Penny

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    Very beautiful. I really like that technique.

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    this is the first time I have seen a fabric weave...that is very, very BEAUTIFUL! I look forward to seeing more of these types of quilts. Thank you for showing us.

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    Gosh! You make it look so easy and all together it is really eye-catching. Sigh! Just one more idea added to my long list!

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    I like that...beautiful...

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    Beautiful!

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    This is so dif for a stack n whack. I love the fabrics you chose! Beautiful quilt. Stack n whack is one of my favs!

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