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Thread: 2-sided Snowball Block

  1. #26
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    A wooden spoon slid down the center of a tube makes a great little pressing board.

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    That certainly is a neat way to make fast quilts. Great job!!!

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    Thanks so much!!!!

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    Thanks for sharing! I am going to have to try this .

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    This was great! I really enjoyed seeing the process and you explained it so clearly. Thanks for taking the time to share.
    Arlene

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    Love this. You don't have much waste with this method!

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    I am half way doing this block , it is so easy , just came back to check if I was doing this right, because it is so easy. Cathy

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    Thanks for the tutorial. This is one I will definitely try.

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    Very cool! Great tute!
    Linda

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    thank you.now to get busy before I foorget.

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    Wow! I love this... thanks!
    Dona

    I think Congressmen should wear uniforms,
    you know, like NASCAR drivers, so we could
    identify their corporate sponsors.

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    Great Tutorial! So easy to follow
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    Thank you for sharing!

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    Are all the blocks on the bias?

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