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Thread: My Pinwheel disappearing 4 patch using charm packs!!

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    WONDERFUL.

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    you did a great job

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    "Cut on all four sides 1 1/4 inch" That's the only part I'm uncertain of. Cut 1 1/4 in on each side measuring from the side, not the center? Thanks for a Kindg. explaination.

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    Really pretty!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyr
    Quote Originally Posted by sueisallaboutquilts
    Jade I love it!!! Thank you!!!!!!!!!
    Bookmarking it :D
    Could someone explain how to "bookmark" it, please.
    Go to the line above the messages. There's a tab that says bookmark. Click on that and it gives you a box to put your own title for the thread then click save.

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    That's so great!! Our guild is doing birthday blocks with 9 patches that you cut up and rotate and it is so fun and addicting!!

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    wonderful tutorial! I was looking for one on dissapearing 4 patch for pot holders. You added a nice twist. . Thanks.

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    This is great. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hoppyfrog
    Quote Originally Posted by Zephyr
    Quote Originally Posted by sueisallaboutquilts
    Jade I love it!!! Thank you!!!!!!!!!
    Bookmarking it :D
    Could someone explain how to "bookmark" it, please.
    Go to the line above the messages. There's a tab that says bookmark. Click on that and it gives you a box to put your own title for the thread then click save.
    Well,hoppyfrog, all I see is "My Bookmarks" and all I get when I click on that is advertising. I must be doing something wrong...?

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    great tut...and I love the fabrics. It still amazes me that you take a couple different fabrics, and it turns into something absolutely beautiful.

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    W O W !!!!!

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    wow, how cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltforme
    See how pretty this looks!!! Like you worked hours on it!!!
    Wow! You are right! It looks so complicated be I think even I might be able to try it. I haven't done triangle yet but your pictures are great. Thank you so much for a new challenge!

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    absolutely fab, thanks so much.Hope you don't mind if I show this to my guild??
    you are a clever one!

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    Wow from me too....such a creative idea. I'm going to try it with some charm packs that have just been calling to me from the closet.

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    me too. What are we doing wrong?

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    This looks amazing, I think I'll give it a try.

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    The charm pack I used is 5" I would not recommend going smaller it would make the middle too small and harder to work with.

    I cut 1 1/4" from the middle line on all 4 sides.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DJ
    Thanks for the great tutorial. Do you have a picture of a whole quilt made with these blocks?
    I'd love to see that too. Would you use sashing, or just connect the blocks together?

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    I have no idea what I would do I just started sewing them together. I like the 4 patch look and would use the dark red as border and some tan I think. It is my favorite block so far!!!

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    On the left hand side right above the word Author, there is a tab that says Bookmark. Click that and go from there.

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    That is so nice. Just joined minutes ago and right off the needle saw your lovely work. My daughter loves log cabins but I thought it would be nice to do something different. That is only one I have ever done. Great instructions . Thank you !!!!!!!

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    Thanks for this great tutorial!

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    Downright clever. Thanks for sharing. Making a mental note to try this one down the line.

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    That is so pretty! Thanks for sharing the process. :D :D

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