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Thread: 13 Ways to Make Differant Looking Quilt Blocks from One Quilt Block Pattern

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    These are the BEST!!! I am having a hard time deciding my favorite one! Wonderful! Great job Rhonda!

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    WOW !!!!!!!!!! You have given such a LOT of thought into this.... WONDERFUL ideas !!!

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    Love all your posts

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    Thank you everyone!

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    Outstanding Mrs. Rhonda! This is definitely thinking outside the box, or triangle, circle, etc. I have it Bookmarked for later. Thanks so much for all you do for all of us.

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    that is cool thank you !!

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    Rhonda certainly is generous with her great tuts! Rhonda also produces great ebooks for a very reasonable price. I have bought a couple of these ebooks and I have to tell you that you can't go wrong with her directions. I love her ebooks!

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    I am going to definitely bookmark this thread. This is fantastic

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinkie
    I am going to definitely bookmark this thread. This is fantastic
    Thank you everyone! I am just floored at all the interest in this tutorial. It has been amazing how many have liked it. I hope you all enjoy the process!!!

    To me this is kind of basic stuff. If you made the blocks and laid them on the table you can turn the blocks and get the same looks just by rearranging the blocks.

    You can do the same thing with half square triangle blocks or any other block.
    In my Boston Blocks ebook I showed how to do this with the Bostons plus a lot more design ideas.

    I love sharing this with everyone and helping quilters to see the possibilities. My "Blocks" are intricate looking but easy to make. And when you have small pieces already in the "Block" it allows for all sorts of intricate looking patterns!!

    If you have EQ or some other quilt software just go into the part where you can draw your own block and recreate the Wings block in there. Then I set my quilt section for 4 or 6 blocks to a row and I put the wings block in each block and then I play with turning them and changing color. It is easy to do!!

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    BASIC ???? No, I think it is far beyond basic, you did an wonderful tute examples and I wish i could have software but i use an fw or my 306a which is old....so this is an form of art that you created for us. Thanks Rhonda !

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    I also pm you for the templates. Can't wait to try this. Would this not be a good way to use scraps?

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    I received my templates, and just love the ease of them! I am so excited to be able to create blocks that look so difficult and exquisite. Thank you Rhonda for your generousity!

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    The colors are very nice. I will try this and thanks for sharing.

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    Way cool idea. Sent you a PM. I love the different colors and ways to show to make the blocks. Thanks for the tute.

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-70984-4.htm This is Rhonda's thread for posting Sampler blocks. Any of her tut's are her blocks, so I'd like to see everyone post their pictures. It's really neat that she does this for us and it's so cool how they look so different with your choice of fabric. And it's wonderful that she is willing to send us the templates. She is so talented and giving.
    Love ya Rhonda.

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    Quote Originally Posted by klgreene
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-70984-4.htm This is Rhonda's thread for posting Sampler blocks. Any of her tut's are her blocks, so I'd like to see everyone post their pictures. It's really neat that she does this for us and it's so cool how they look so different with your choice of fabric. And it's wonderful that she is willing to send us the templates. She is so talented and giving.
    Love ya Rhonda.
    Thanks kl I so appreciate your support!! I love that you are posting your pictures of your Sampler quilt blocks!!
    Would love to see more pictures of everyone's work on the Sampler or the 13 in 1 blocks!!

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    Thank you for this info! Really creative.

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    Pac Man and Space Invaders! Gee, I miss college... :)

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    That is too cool. Thanks for sharing.

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    Awesome design Rhonda. thanks so much for this tutorial.
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    Very Interesting. Thanks

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    Wow! This is amazing! I knew placement of color was important, but I am still trying to get my mind around all the ways it works! Your illustrations are just what I need to help me understand this. Thank you so much for the time and effort you put into this. It's obvious you're having a lot of fun playing with all the possibilities. :)

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    Thanks everyone!! Yes Alondra it is alot of fun! I always have this little voice saying What if I try this color here or what would happen if I change this block this way and it is fascinating to see what comes out just by changing a little bit here and there. I didn't really know how many quilt blocks I could get til I played with it on EQ. I just kept turning the blocks and exploring the possibilities. There may be more that I didn't find. You guys may find some ideas I didn't think of! That is what makes it so much fun! Creativity is endess!!

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    Love these. Sent a pm for the template. Thanks for doing this. your designs are wonderful.

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    Hi Rhonda! These are just pretty awesome. Great JOB!!!!!

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