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Thread: Stack and Whack Wedding Quilt

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    Stack and Whack Wedding Quilt

    I made this queen sized stack and whack as a wedding gift for our DGD who married a wonderful guy on June 1st. I can't show you the original fabric because I only had a few skinny strips leftover. I found the fabric in JoAnn's clearance section, it has a bird related theme with feathers, nests, eggs and script describing different types of birds. It went together well and quickly, just what I needed as I didn't start it until the first week of May.
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    Another stunning quilt (I love all your stuff!!!)! I love the alternate blocks with the kites. Really sets off the main blocks, and creates a wonderful secondary pattern.
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    Beautiful quilt, haven't seen this pattern done this way. Thanks for sharing your quilt with us.
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    Wow! Gorgeous!

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    What a gorgeous quilt. Lucky couple and best wishes to them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PaperPrincess View Post
    Another stunning quilt (I love all your stuff!!!)! I love the alternate blocks with the kites. Really sets off the main blocks, and creates a wonderful secondary pattern.
    Fantastic work. I agree with PaperPrincess whole heartedly.

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    I like the way you used another block with the stack and whacks. nice color blue

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    Beautiful quilt, they will love it.
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    Beautiful quilt!!!!!

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    I also like your use of the kite blocks with the stack and whack blocks. You used very pretty colors and fabrics.

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    That is stunning. I want it! If you get tired of it, you know who to send it to!

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    Stack and Whacks are my favs and I love to see how others use them. That is a very pretty patterns and shows them off so well.

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    nicely done
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    It is just wonderful especially combined with a second block
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    Ohhh beautiful quilt. ...its def on my list. I love your alternating kites

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    I saw a tutorial on stack and whack and am anxious to try one. Just need to find the right repeat material. Your quilt is gorgeous!.

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    Beautiful. Like the use of two blocks

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    One day, I hope to be as good as this. This is beautiful.

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    nice quilt and quilting

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    Very lovely!!!

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    Truly beautiful quilt!! Love the secondary block which adds so much to the stack n wack blocks.
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    That is one awesome quilt!
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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    ooooohhh!! It turned out pretty!!! I guess you could call it Scrambled Eggs!
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    Beautiful quilt. You always come up with great ideas such as the alternate blocks in this one.

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