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Thread: Bow Tie Strippy Tut

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    CONCLUSION:

    Thank you for your time and interest in my tut! I certainly hope I covered everything you could possibly run into in making this quilt. If not, it will be a happy accident that only you will know about! I enjoy designing and teaching and have learned alot from my own patterns, especially this one, and hope you have learned something valuable too that you can use and/or pass on to others. Happy quilting! n2




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    thank you for a very comprehensive tut. it's a great quilt. and i love the twist n shout, too.
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    It looks like a fun quilt to make. It would be a challenging quilt to make, but I consider this a challenge. I've got plenty of 2 1/2" strips scraps!

    I made one last year like your twist and shout. It was challenging, but the directions had me originally making a roman stripe variation (in blue) and an accent color of yellow (the stars), then cutting off the excess. Still had to use seem rippers a few times when I drew the diagonal line incorrectly on the accent fabric. However, it came out very nice and I shipped it off to a man in the armed forces.

    Thanks for the tute!

    Go forth and sew!

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    Wow! What a great tutorial. It must have taken you forever to put it all together. Looks like a great project! Thank you for all your work.

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    Ah, you are the one!

    I kept searching for a tutorial like this, but had no idea what it was called. Then I followed these links and things started popping into place.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...t175057-4.html
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...ml#post4868554
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...is-t58040.html

    Now I want to attach a stray part of a tutorial you must know about and ask if it belongs to you or if you know who it belongs to. It is B&W so no clue about color. Anyway, the layout seems to be an important part of a pattern and a tute that goes with it.

    The hand drawn layout is the one I particularly want to find out about.

    Thanks for looking!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GramMER View Post
    Ah, you are the one!

    I kept searching for a tutorial like this, but had no idea what it was called. Then I followed these links and things started popping into place.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...t175057-4.html
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...ml#post4868554
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...is-t58040.html

    Now I want to attach a stray part of a tutorial you must know about and ask if it belongs to you or if you know who it belongs to. It is B&W so no clue about color. Anyway, the layout seems to be an important part of a pattern and a tute that goes with it.

    The hand drawn layout is the one I particularly want to find out about.

    Thanks for looking!
    Yes, the bottom hand-drawn pattern is mine from this link: http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...174830-10.html

    It's my Jacob's Ladder/Buckeye Beauty combo where I merged 2 patterns together. You can find it when you post on the link above.

    As to the other computer generated pattern, I have no idea who it belongs to but my guess would be Izzy from the U.K. for her Jacob's Ladder quilt. I can say it is definitely a JL quilt design and looks very similar to my pattern. After reading my tutorial, everything may click together for you better and you'll discover who it belongs to.

    Thank you so much for finding me and my pattern! Am glad things started clicking together for you!! Perhaps it was my JL quilt after all you were searching for. Your search is now ended! Thank you so much, GramMER, and I hope your search is over and you'll post your creation of it some day!! Happy quilting to you!! n2

    p.s. don't know whose quilt this is but it looks like it fits your comp layout! Another similar JL quilt pattern I just recently saved to file.
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    Thanks everyone so much for your nice comments!!! In reply to kbatky, no, the quilt and tut together took only 2 weeks!!! I think the quilt could be made in 4 days!! Looking forward to seeing your quilts one day posted!!

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    So cute! Thanks so much for posting!

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