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Thread: Thanks k3n- The start of my OBW

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    Are those cut from one piece of fabric?? :shock:

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    It's going to be beautiful!! How much fabric did you buy? How big will your finished quilt be? I have the book but the yardage frightens me!!!!

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    Yes it is
    Quote Originally Posted by Grama Lehr
    Are those cut from one piece of fabric?? :shock:

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    I bought 5 yards. I have no idea how big it will end up lol - I will let you know when I am done.

    Quote Originally Posted by CoventryUK
    It's going to be beautiful!! How much fabric did you buy? How big will your finished quilt be? I have the book but the yardage frightens me!!!!

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    beautiful

    Quote Originally Posted by imjustme
    I am excited about this. This is my first OBW. K3n helped me alot. I was to scared to even cut the fabric lol , now it's a piece of cake. I'm such a chicken lol.

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    I really can't wait to see how this turns out, so far it looks great and I really love the colors in it.

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    They are lovely..I'm also chicken...but you are tempting me to try. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Wow, I can't wait to see more

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    that is awesome!!! Make sure to post pics of your progress, it's going to be an amazing quilt!!!

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    Is this the same fabric that nena picked? Her and I both are going to use it for the OBW. Can't wait to see how different all three of them look from the same fabric. http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-91706-1.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by imjustme
    I bought 5 yards. I have no idea how big it will end up lol - I will let you know when I am done.

    Quote Originally Posted by CoventryUK
    It's going to be beautiful!! How much fabric did you buy? How big will your finished quilt be? I have the book but the yardage frightens me!!!!
    Thanks for the info!!Will look forward to seeing it finished!!

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    Woweeee! I cannot wait to see more of this!

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    awesome, love the colors

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    Those are so bright and cheerful! Great cutting.
    I know what OBW is, but not what the letters OBW actually stand for. Please someone enlighten me!

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    one block wonder - I had to look it up too lol

    Quote Originally Posted by spindreams
    Those are so bright and cheerful! Great cutting.
    I know what OBW is, but not what the letters OBW actually stand for. Please someone enlighten me!

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    It's going to be a beauty!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltstodo
    Is this the same fabric that nena picked? Her and I both are going to use it for the OBW. Can't wait to see how different all three of them look from the same fabric. http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-91706-1.htm
    I think it is and hey guess what? I've got some too! I think I'll do it next, it would be fun to see how different all of ours turn out. :-D

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    That is going to be absolutley stunning!!! Love the fabric

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    Oh wow...that one is gonna be a stunner! K is a great help isn't she?? I begged her for help too. :wink:

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    I love your fabric choice! I always, for some reason or another, tend to love deep, bold colors. This will be beautiful!

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    These are pretty - they will make a very nice quilt.

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    that is gorgeous

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    Would love to see the main fabric. Its going to be beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by imjustme
    I am excited about this. This is my first OBW. K3n helped me alot. I was to scared to even cut the fabric lol , now it's a piece of cake. I'm such a chicken lol.
    I am a chicken too - I love the look, what is the pattern called, and are you fussy cutting them ? How do you cut them to get them to go like a kalidascope?

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    Quote Originally Posted by k3n
    Quote Originally Posted by quiltstodo
    Is this the same fabric that nena picked? Her and I both are going to use it for the OBW. Can't wait to see how different all three of them look from the same fabric. http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-91706-1.htm
    I think it is and hey guess what? I've got some too! I think I'll do it next, it would be fun to see how different all of ours turn out. :-D
    This is really getting exciting. I wonder how much variation we will get from the same fabric.

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