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Thread: Churn Dash with fussy cut center Picture tutorial

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    Super tute. Now I have to do that with Snowmen

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    That is going to be one beautiful quilt. I want to try a Churn Dash using the same design in a fabric but in different colors. I have about 10 colors so far.

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    I bought this same fabric and the panel at Walmart a couple of years ago and haven't used it yet. I love what you have done with it! Very nice.

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    I am doing the same pattern but I am doing the center block the same as the hst. So it is all one color on a solid light blue background. J J

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    I really like the look of those. I never thought to work with a churn dash that way.

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    I have printed out these instructions and plan on using them soon. You did an excellent job. Thanks. - Cynthia

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    Tippy, what a great tute! I just took a class this past Sat for a miniature churn dash. The instructor used a lot of Sally Collins techniques, especially double startching any fabric that's going to be cut out on the bias. I was impressed; my block (finished at 3") came out perfect with 1/4" seam allowance. Your tutorial will make a great addition for techniques in my 'tool stash'. Thanks so much.

    Josi in FL

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    Thanks, I just love the birds!

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    Great job on the Tutorial! Love the fabric!

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    Tippy, Wonderful tut and fabric. Who makes that fabric you used? I just love it!

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    How nice of you to share your tutorial. And your blocks are beautiful! Thanks.

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    Great job and the tutorial was great. Thanks a bunch!

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    Great tutorial on the churn Dash Tippy.
    Ann Pryor

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    Great tut.I make blocks like those but embroidery with machine desings for the birds!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadeinMaine
    What a great tutorial, Tippy. Excellent instructions and pictures! THANK YOU!!
    shirley
    oh, I agree with Shirley, a wonderful tutorial. I appreciate seeing it. Thanks.

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    Great tutorial....I always wonder what the name "churndash" means.

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    thanks for sharing. Like it.

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    Thanks for the tute. That is beautiful.

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    Thank you! Your blocks are very pretty. Love the birds!

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    Awww. So sorry to hear of you mother. Is there a chance she would still like a quilt like that, yet just wouldn't express it? I understand, though. My Dad has had 2 strokes and is not like he used to be.

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    Sorry.. but my mom is fine.. I think you're confusing my post with Connie's.. her mom is the bird fan.. but nice of you to be concerned.

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    I can't wait to see it all together. You have a talent for color! :thumbup:

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    Thanks for the wonderful tutorial. Your blocks are awesome. I look forward to seeing your quilt. That is beautiful focus fabric and panel.

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    Tippy, thanks for the clear tutorial. It seemed as though I was in a Quilting class!!. Lovely fabric too!!. Wish such delightful fabrics were available here where I live(India). :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Margie
    Great tutorial....I always wonder what the name "churndash" means.
    A real 'churn dash' is the center dasher that makes an old fashioned butter churn work. The piece is shaped similar. Grandma showed me the butter churn she used as a child.

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