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Thread: Stack & Whack Throw Quilt

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    Senior Member CircleSquare's Avatar
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    I finished this S&W a couple days ago - except for the binding. The quilting pattern is one I designed and then had R&S Designs make a pattern board for it. It quilts up very fast!!!

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    Awesome, I love the stack and whack. One day I am going to give it a try. YOu did a wonderfull job. :thumbup:

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    Awesome, I love the stack and whack. One day I am going to give it a try. YOu did a wonderfull job. :thumbup:

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    Love it! Great job on a new board design!!

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    I love the variety of designs created and the way you included a square of your original fabric in the corner.

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    I love to make stack and whack quilts. I really like th idea of the solid squares of the original fabric in the corners. It's a very pretty quilt.

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    I really like it, especially including the uncut fabric to show the "beginnings" in the quilt itself. N-I-C-E!

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    It is really pretty. Love the colors.

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    It is very pretty; Love the colors.

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    it's great. love your colors.

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    Love it!!

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    Very pretty!

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    I love Stack and Whack. I only wish I had thought to put a square of the original material in the quilt. What a neat idea. Your quilt is beautiful!

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    love the fabric u started with and the colors u used
    way to go :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    I love that one. What great colors. Thanks for sharing.

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    Lovely! Looks so hard to make...

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    Very pretty

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    I love this

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    Pretty quilt. Like the idea of the original fabric block too. Great idea.

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    Very pretty, great job.

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    beautiful

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    I love stack and whack. You picked a wonderful fabric for it.

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    I love the stack and whack designs. Your's are great!!

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    I love how you added squares of the original fabric into the top! Beautiful quilt :D:D:D

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    Very striking, beautiful job.

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