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Thread: Carpenters Wheel / Star Easy Project Reference Sheet

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    Thanks, I just bookmarked this for future reference!

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    Thanks so much!!!

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    Looks great. Thanks for the reference sheet.

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    If you go to www.quilterscache.com there are instructions for the Carpenter's Wheel for a 24" block.

    I printed out your pdf file as the picture is so clear and easy to see how it's constructed...THANKS

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    Thanks. Love the colors you used.

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    Thank you. I think hubby will love this!

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    Thank you for this information. I will give this pattern a try now.

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    Wow! I've got a bunch of HST's made up from FG corners, etc. What a great way to make a scrappy CW!!! Thanks!

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    Many thanks.

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    Thank you! this is something I have wanted to attempt and now with your help it seems so much more possible!

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    You all are very welcome. :D

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    I love your Carpenters Wheel. I would like to make one ASAP. I would want the finished block to be about 12", can you tell me a little more information as I am kinda new at quilting and need more instructions. I can figure out the construction part I think. Thank you soooooo much in advance. :wink:

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    Very generous and thoughtful of you to do this for all of us! Thank you

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    irishrose was kind enough to reference an in depth tutorial on measuring for the cuts in her comments, i believe it is the 3rd response to my post. this is just a simple reference sheet for quanity and placement. :)

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    Nice job on this and very helpful. I just finished one of these and had to draw my own picture to follow. Wish I would have had this before! I have saved it now and will make a small wall hanging gift for an older lady with Parkinson's using just 3 fabrics this time.

    Thanks!!

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    Thanks a million times. I have a lovely pattern, but am too lazy to count out the blocks. And you did it for me. Pegeth

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    Quote Originally Posted by pegquilter8
    Thanks a million times. I have a lovely pattern, but am too lazy to count out the blocks. And you did it for me. Pegeth
    :D :D :D

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    Thanks for taking the time to post this for us.

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    Thanks! I"ve been trying to figure it out. You saved me some time!

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    Nice image.

    Once the black magic is revealed it is much easier to see that making a block like this (for beginners) is doable.

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    Thanks !! I love this pattern

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    Thank you for taking the time to do this. I truly appreciate it. :-)

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    Thank You! This is great and could not be more clear.

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    Wow! This is a great way to plan a quilt. You are a genius! Thanks.

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    Thanks for posting

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