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Thread: Various Quilts I have made.

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    Here is my wild Stack n Whack quilt I made a few months ago. The main fabric was out of Peacocks. :roll:
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    Gorgeous!

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    beautiful!

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    Beautiful!

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    I love it!

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    Beautiful and different.

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    Very pretty!

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    Gorgeous. What great colors and a wonderful choice of fabric for that type of quilt.

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    Beautiful-your fabric choice is perfect!

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    Wow, I really like that, very pretty. I've never made a stack n whack, was it hard to follow, pattern completed looks complicated.

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    Stunning!

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    Absolutely gorgeous.

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    Quote Originally Posted by trif
    Wow, I really like that, very pretty. I've never made a stack n whack, was it hard to follow, pattern completed looks complicated.
    It isn't really that difficult. You just have to take your time, read and do each step one at a time. Don't get overwhelmed and ask questions if you have them. I think this is the easier of the different versions to do.

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    Oh my that is beautiful, and the sashing is perfect.

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    that is gorgeous.. my daughter would be drooling over it..

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    Oooh I love this! Your quilt is stunning. Is there somewhere on this board a tuto how to make a stach and wack quilt? I don't know this technique and it looks very difficult.

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    That is absolutely gorgeous! Love the colors and how you alternated them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maksi
    Oooh I love this! Your quilt is stunning. Is there somewhere on this board a tuto how to make a stach and wack quilt? I don't know this technique and it looks very difficult.
    The book that I know of is called Magic Stack and Whack by Bethany S. Reynolds. I don't know if there are tutorials or not.

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    Well done - what lovely colours. I too, have made a Stack & Whack quilt & agree that you need to take your time & be sure before you cut/sew. Don't have lots of jobs on that quilt day!!
    I am sure your daughter must love it too.

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    Beautiful colours and fabric....your quilt looks very jewel-like and exotic. I would love to try a Stack & Whack, but not sure I have the courage!

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    that is lovely - what stunning colors

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    Beautiful quilt!

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    Beautiful!!!

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    Under the Sea...comes to mind. Beautifully clear blue water with intricate shells and such gems on the ocean's floor. Beautiful quilt.

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    Those colors are my favorites. I love your quilt! :thumbup:

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