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    Tutorial on this quilt?

    Do you think Jenny could do a tutorial on this quilt? Its so beautiful.

    beautiful radiance.jpg
    There are no perfect quilts, because I am a imperfect quilter.

    Sharon :icon_hi:

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    Awesome quilt. A tute by Jenny on it would be even better
    Karen
    Life is short - Live everyday to the fullest

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      #3
      Re: Tutorial on this quilt?

      It is a striking pattern.

      For those who want the pattern, you can get it here http://www.quiltwoman.com/patterns/b...pattern-md-69/

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        Neat website for QuiltWoman.com! The retreat looks great!
        Sherri

        "Don't let someone else's ugly spoil your beautiful. " Thanks, Bubby!!!!!!

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          Re: Tutorial on this quilt?

          Originally posted by snippet View Post
          It is a striking pattern.

          For those who want the pattern, you can get it here http://www.quiltwoman.com/patterns/b...pattern-md-69/
          Thank you for the link. Didn't know the name, but it would be wonderful if Jenny would do a tutorial on it. I have a jelly roll or two that would be wonderful in this.
          There are no perfect quilts, because I am a imperfect quilter.

          Sharon :icon_hi:

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            Normally Jenny doesn't do tutorials on someone else's pattern due to copyright issues.
            K is for Karen 😊​..................
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              #7
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              Looking at it closely, it wouldn't be hard to figure out how to do it.
              Blessed are the children of the piecemakers for they shall inherit the quilts!

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                #8
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                Monique is right - it is fairly easy to figure out. The 'ring' blocks are 3 JR strips that are snowballed, some at both ends, others at 1 end. Finished blocks are 6 x 6. I like the pattern - great find!
                Cindy

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                  Re: Tutorial on this quilt?

                  Radiance test block (800x664).jpg

                  It's not hard to figure out....this is a test block I created this morning with extra JRR strips in the stash. I sat at my computer yesterday for too long figuring out how much 1 print JRR and 1 solid JRR would do.

                  From looking at the initial photo posted and the pattern photo....the middle strip is dog-earred, as well as 2 opposite corners of the block to form the diamonds in the middle when the blocks are turned and joined.

                  Make some test blocks. If you don't necessarily complete a quilt per say....there's many items you can create with the "orphane blocks" you get completed!
                  Last edited by shermur; June 26, 2016, 07:41 AM.
                  Sherri

                  "Don't let someone else's ugly spoil your beautiful. " Thanks, Bubby!!!!!!

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                    Originally posted by shermur View Post
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                    It's not hard to figure out....this is a test block I created this morning with extra JRR strips in the stash. I sat at my computer yesterday for too long figuring out how much 1 print JRR and 1 solid JRR would do.

                    From looking at the initial photo posted and the pattern photo....the middle strip is dog-earred, as well as 2 opposite corners of the block to form the diamonds in the middle when the blocks are turned and joined.

                    Make some test blocks. If you don't necessarily complete a quilt per say....there's many items you can create with the "orphane blocks" you get completed!
                    Great job recreating the look, Sherri! It looks like an interesting quilt to make!

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                      Thanks, Jean! I always like a little bit of challenge when piecing a quilt! I may make a few more from the strips I cut earlier.....

                      All I know is; I have got to be more disciplined about getting 7 more projects completed (the quilting and binding) before the end of August!!!!! I am refusing to take my walking foot off of my machine! Ha Ha!
                      Sherri

                      "Don't let someone else's ugly spoil your beautiful. " Thanks, Bubby!!!!!!

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