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Thread: Tumbling block Quilt

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    Senior Member shrabar's Avatar
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    My Quilt

    Tumbling block lap quilt
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    Wonderful - looks just like blocks. Is it hard to do? It is on my list of "to dos"

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    Very nice tumbling blocks. You did a nice job on piecing and QITD. I have not done a whole quilt in that, but played with the blocks. Fun to see just what you can do with them. Love your colors.

    From another in Misery!

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    totally awesome quilt. I've always thought I'd like to attempt this pattern but was afraid to. It looks complicated

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    Very pretty quilt. I love your choice of colors-the contrast makes the blocks pop. I agree-it looks complicated. Are those all Y-seams? (Those really scare me!! LOL)

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    I tried this, using the technique that Klue suggested. I was able to get each individual blocks done, but for some reason, just couldn't seem to get all of them put together neatly. So, GREAT JOB!

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    You did a beautiful job on your quilt!!! :D:D:D

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    Wow!!!!

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    Awesome, I so want to do one :thumbup:

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    I have the pattern-now to find the time-very, very nice!

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    I LOVE your quilt. Very nice job, the colors are great. I did one with many different fabrics similiar but completely different look. Now I may need to try similiar blocks... hum...

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    I LOVE IT!!

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    when I grow up, I want the tumbling block to be my first real quilt!

    I love your work....it is very nice!

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    Awesome!

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    Really beautiful it looks so hard!!! LOL. Im scared to try it as well but I think you did a fantastic job!

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    Can you give us scardy cats any hints on how to make such a breath taking quilt as yours? :shock:

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    Nice quilt!
    It looks amazing!

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    WOW :thumbup: :mrgreen: :thumbup:

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    Very nice choice of colours.
    I particularly like the quilting you did. It looks as nice on the back as on the front.

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    Wow, I soooo admire anyone who can do this pattern and do it well. Yours is superb looking!

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    Awesome job on the tumblers. Very pretty. :thumbup:

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    Awesome job :thumbup:

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    Very cool 8-) 8-) 8-)
    Love the colors :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    Thanks for the link - I didn't know it was paper pieced. I can do that :-P :-P :-P

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    I love this-beautiful work! I someday hope to make one of these :-)
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