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Thread: 16 Dec 2011 Mysi's Mystery

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    Hello Everyone!

    Sorry for the bump in the road! I made a small mistake on the figuring the strips. The fabric yardage is right, so worst case scenario if I am off still by a little is you have to cut another strip. (or opposite you have an extra strip.) So here we go, Everyone ready!? Rotary cutters on the mat.. go!!

    Missy

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    Missy....What does this mean?

    2strips 2 x4
    Total pcs: 16

    It's for the wall hanging. I haven't ever done anything like this. I am going to see what I can come up w/at home. I don't think I have enough fabric but how would it be if it were scrappy? Just in case I can find enough fabric.

    Just wondering.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngieS
    Missy....What does this mean?

    2strips 2 x4
    Total pcs: 16

    It's for the wall hanging. I haven't ever done anything like this. I am going to see what I can come up w/at home. I don't think I have enough fabric but how would it be if it were scrappy? Just in case I can find enough fabric.

    Just wondering.
    This means you cut two strips that are 2.5'' inches each, Then you cut each strip into 4.5'' units, you should end up with 16 units that are 2.5x4.5'' rectangles. Does this make sense?

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    Quote Originally Posted by candi
    Quote Originally Posted by AngieS
    Missy....What does this mean?

    2strips 2 x4
    Total pcs: 16

    It's for the wall hanging. I haven't ever done anything like this. I am going to see what I can come up w/at home. I don't think I have enough fabric but how would it be if it were scrappy? Just in case I can find enough fabric.

    Just wondering.
    This means you cut two strips that are 2.5'' inches each, Then you cut each strip into 4.5'' units, you should end up with 16 units that are 2.5x4.5'' rectangles. Does this make sense?
    Are all strips WOF? I also found this confusing but if they are WOF, it makes sense to me.

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    I believe they are WOF.

    Quote Originally Posted by Aurora
    Quote Originally Posted by candi
    Quote Originally Posted by AngieS
    Missy....What does this mean?

    2strips 2 x4
    Total pcs: 16

    It's for the wall hanging. I haven't ever done anything like this. I am going to see what I can come up w/at home. I don't think I have enough fabric but how would it be if it were scrappy? Just in case I can find enough fabric.

    Just wondering.
    This means you cut two strips that are 2.5'' inches each, Then you cut each strip into 4.5'' units, you should end up with 16 units that are 2.5x4.5'' rectangles. Does this make sense?
    Are all strips WOF? I also found this confusing but if they are WOF, it makes sense to me.

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    WOF?????
    Quote Originally Posted by Aurora
    Quote Originally Posted by candi
    Quote Originally Posted by AngieS
    Missy....What does this mean?

    2strips 2 x4
    Total pcs: 16

    It's for the wall hanging. I haven't ever done anything like this. I am going to see what I can come up w/at home. I don't think I have enough fabric but how would it be if it were scrappy? Just in case I can find enough fabric.

    Just wondering.
    This means you cut two strips that are 2.5'' inches each, Then you cut each strip into 4.5'' units, you should end up with 16 units that are 2.5x4.5'' rectangles. Does this make sense?
    Are all strips WOF? I also found this confusing but if they are WOF, it makes sense to me.

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    Width of the Fabric, selvage to selvage.

    Quote Originally Posted by Short an Sweet
    WOF?????
    Quote Originally Posted by Aurora
    Quote Originally Posted by candi
    Quote Originally Posted by AngieS
    Missy....What does this mean?

    2strips 2 x4
    Total pcs: 16

    It's for the wall hanging. I haven't ever done anything like this. I am going to see what I can come up w/at home. I don't think I have enough fabric but how would it be if it were scrappy? Just in case I can find enough fabric.

    Just wondering.
    This means you cut two strips that are 2.5'' inches each, Then you cut each strip into 4.5'' units, you should end up with 16 units that are 2.5x4.5'' rectangles. Does this make sense?
    Are all strips WOF? I also found this confusing but if they are WOF, it makes sense to me.

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    Gday, am i right in saying that WOF is width of Fabric, which would mean either 42" or 44"

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    Quote Originally Posted by pennyj123
    Gday, am i right in saying that WOF is width of Fabric, which would mean either 42" or 44"
    I think you are right.

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    LOL thank you all for the reply hated asking but need to know ya know

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    Quote Originally Posted by candi
    Quote Originally Posted by pennyj123
    Gday, am i right in saying that WOF is width of Fabric, which would mean either 42" or 44"
    I think you are right.
    Yes you are correct. Unless you are using FQs, then 21/22 (so you would have to cut 4 strips instead of 2.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngieS
    Missy....What does this mean?

    2strips 2 x4
    Total pcs: 16

    It's for the wall hanging. I haven't ever done anything like this. I am going to see what I can come up w/at home. I don't think I have enough fabric but how would it be if it were scrappy? Just in case I can find enough fabric.

    Just wondering.
    It means cut 2 strips 2 1/2 " wide.. from that cut them 2 1/2x4 1/2 rectangle. you will need 16 pcs Scrappy is ok as long as you keep it in the same shade value. :) If you put up some pics I can help you out.
    Missy

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    Are all strips WOF? I also found this confusing but if they are WOF, it makes sense to me.[/quote]

    Yes all strips are WOF. Width OF Fabric :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by candi
    Quote Originally Posted by pennyj123
    Gday, am i right in saying that WOF is width of Fabric, which would mean either 42" or 44"
    I think you are right.
    Yes Penny you are exactly right! :)
    Missy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aurora
    Quote Originally Posted by candi
    Quote Originally Posted by pennyj123
    Gday, am i right in saying that WOF is width of Fabric, which would mean either 42" or 44"
    I think you are right.
    Yes you are correct. Unless you are using FQs, then 21/22 (so you would have to cut 4 strips instead of 2.
    Correct Aurora

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    Quote Originally Posted by pennyj123
    Gday, am i right in saying that WOF is width of Fabric, which would mean either 42" or 44"
    Yup.. WOF is correct. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Short an Sweet
    LOL thank you all for the reply hated asking but need to know ya know
    Ask away, this is how we learn!! HUGS!

    Missy

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    Thank you for clearing up these mysteries.

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    Will scrappy work?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmonohon
    Will scrappy work?

    Hi there Michelle! Yes scrappy will work as along as you have a focus that is consistent. Stay with in the color families and try to stay with in the color values. If you send pictures I may be able to help you out..:) Hope this helps!

    Missy

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    I think I missed this!! Sounds neat, Where do I need to look for more info. A Mystery Quilt. How fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAGSD
    I think I missed this!! Sounds neat, Where do I need to look for more info. A Mystery Quilt. How fun!
    Judy, go to http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-81693-1.htm and
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-81693-1.htm to kind of catch up, I only have the cut list and the fabric requirements up at the moment. We will start after Christmas! HUGS! C'mon in the water's fine! LOL Take care!
    Missy

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    [quote=Short an Sweet]WOF?????


    Lazy dog bark!!!! Kidding!! Width of Fabric.
    ciao ciao

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    Just a quick question on the cutting instructions for color 1 do we cut both 2 1/2 x 4 1/2 and the 2 1/2 x 2/1/2 that is on the revised sheet? Don't want to cut the wrong pieces. Thanks LuAnn

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    Yes we are suppose to cut both sizes

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