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  • ConnieG
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    Have you made a tumbler quilt using the 10" tumbler template? I am looking for a finished size using 1 layer cake. TY

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  • nativetexan
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    ha, ha. i've done that speed sashing like Nancy Z did. just dont' get confused. it's easy to do. but really simple to make, even so.

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  • cv quilter
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    Oh my gosh, I didn't even notice the date on her post....Has anyone heard from her???

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  • MSN
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    Originally posted by cv quilter View Post
    Lorie!!! You're back!
    Sadly, no. This thread is from 2015.

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  • Bubby
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    Jenny did a tutorial for a Sashed Tumbler.....https://quiltingtutorials.com/tutori...-tumbler-quilt.

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  • cv quilter
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    Lorie!!! You're back!

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  • gmpintos
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    Love it. Miss Nancy Zieman.

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  • ediane
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    Originally posted by Hulamoon View Post
    Here's a tutorial, just skip the sashing going across

    Nancy Zieman/Sewing With Nancy/Grandmother's One Patch Quilt | Nancy Zieman Blog
    love this one.

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  • ediane
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    Originally posted by souledquilts View Post
    Hope I'm not sticking my nose into something I shouldn't, but it seems to me the tumblers would only have the white strips on one side. Tumbler, white strip, tumbler, white strip if that makes sense. Putting the strips on both sides would make a really wide space between the tumblers. Am I over thinking that?
    I think you have to think about the sashing in this the same way you would with any sashing. It is only on one side except for the end pieces. I like the one with sashing both ways.

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  • jness
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    Thank you so much!

    Just needed that visual!

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  • Hulamoon
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    Here's a tutorial, just skip the sashing going across

    Nancy Zieman/Sewing With Nancy/Grandmother's One Patch Quilt | Nancy Zieman Blog

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  • jness
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    Originally posted by souledquilts View Post
    Hope I'm not sticking my nose into something I shouldn't, but it seems to me the tumblers would only have the white strips on one side. Tumbler, white strip, tumbler, white strip if that makes sense. Putting the strips on both sides would make a really wide space between the tumblers. Am I over thinking that?
    I think you're right about the white strips just being on one side. Would you piece the rows vertically then? Also when adding the white sashing would you extend the sashing beyond tumbler edges and then trim even??

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  • Hulamoon
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    opps the one I posted had sashing on all sides


    I forgot I saved one simular

    wave board.jpg

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  • Bubby
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    That's really nice. It reminds me of rippling water.

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  • Hulamoon
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    She might of renamed it.

    Sashed Tumbler Quilt by LynBrown - Craftsy

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