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  • oldgurl4
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    ~JR~ I'm

    "GORGEOUS"

    They Sure are Hiden Alright!

    Did you FMQ or used a Quilt Frame to piece it all together?

    Thanks Katie for the Link .... It looks Nice and Challenging... (Just How I Like It...) LOL
    Last edited by oldgurl4; July 15, 2011, 12:26 PM.

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  • Alana
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    I really like doing the DP9patch. I am just fairly new to this so I really don't know for sure which would be my favorite. But looking at and wanting to try myself...I'd have to say Dresden Star and the Jelly star.

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  • Katherine Vickery Ringo
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    Originally posted by Mimis-quilts View Post
    My newest favorite is the D9P. I currently have 2 in the works, one is blue and tan and red-americana sailboats, lighthouses and such and the other one is red, white and black. Will post pics when I finish the tops.
    JR-love those 2 quilts-you say the pattern is easy, where can I find it?
    Found it!

    HIDDEN WELLS BLOCK TUTORIAL

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  • Mimis-quilts
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    My newest favorite is the D9P. I currently have 2 in the works, one is blue and tan and red-americana sailboats, lighthouses and such and the other one is red, white and black. Will post pics when I finish the tops.
    JR-love those 2 quilts-you say the pattern is easy, where can I find it?

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  • Marebear
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    Wow! Those quilts are stunning!!

    I am a newbie, but the coolest and most challenging block I have made is Anita's Arrowhead (Anita Grossman Solomon Rotary Cutting Revolution) I am working on a bag using that block.

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  • jrchapman
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    I know how meemeecyn feels, there are so many blocks I want to try but so far the one I enjoyed the most was hidden wells. I've used it in 2 different quilts. It's quick, so much easier than it looks and you can completely change the look of your quilt by using different fabrics or varying the width of your strips.

    Here are my 2 quilts:



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  • Katherine Vickery Ringo
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    Originally posted by oldgurl4 View Post
    Indeed the Log Cabin.... Ohhh Katie you Gotta try it! It's so much fun.
    But today for Me is the "PINWHEEL"
    It's in my dreams; in my thoughts and even in My Soup...
    I wonder Whyyyyy ...LOL
    Haha! Pinwheels are super fun and I love the colors you are doing with yours. I've got 1/3 of mine completed for the swap so far.

    I love sawtooth star blocks a lot - I want to do a scrappy quilt of sawtooth star blocks. The flying geese just make it sing!

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  • oldgurl4
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    Indeed the Log Cabin.... Ohhh Katie you Gotta try it! It's so much fun.
    But today for Me is the "PINWHEEL"
    It's in my dreams; in my thoughts and even in My Soup...
    I wonder Whyyyyy ...LOL

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  • quilter.martha
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    I don't think I have a favorite. I like to do new things, so it's rare I repeat myself, except when I'm in a rush. Then falling back on a previous "success" comes in handy. One of those is the Double Irish Chain.

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  • Katherine Vickery Ringo
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    Originally posted by Bubby View Post
    Wow.....that's a hard one Katie, but for me it's the Log Cabin. I have made numerous LC quilts over the years in all sizes and colors, some with scraps, some with fabric purchased specifically for the quilt. I never tire of the LC because it can be set together in several different ways. I recently saw a LC quilt in white, off-white, cream and light taupe silk and it was gorgeous!!! The LC block is wonderful for beginners and can be as complex as you make it by adding triangles in the corners, etc. It can also be paper pieced or simply sewn with strips of fabric. It is charming in calicoes; country in plaids or flannel; or elegant in silk or velveteen. The LC block is so old it's new again and keeps going on and on. Barb
    I love your detailed answer and this is exactly the stuff I'm looking for! I know lots of quilters have been doing it for years so I was curious what block they go back to, time and time again. Thanks for sharing that Barb! I have yet to do a log cabin but your comment makes me want to do one NOW.

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  • mrswindy4
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    I have to agree with Bubby/Barb...the log cabin has been my favorite block out of all the blocks I have done so far. It looks complex but very simple to do. I can actually sing along with the radio instead of concentrating on each piece...I love that!

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  • Divine Daisy
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    i love the Dresdon and catheral windows..............sometimes even together!

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  • meemeecyn
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    I must say I don't have a favorite.....YET! I do like D9P but being such a newbie, there are still so many to try out. The more I learn, the more I realize I don't know!!

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  • Bubby
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    Wow.....that's a hard one Katie, but for me it's the Log Cabin. I have made numerous LC quilts over the years in all sizes and colors, some with scraps, some with fabric purchased specifically for the quilt. I never tire of the LC because it can be set together in several different ways. I recently saw a LC quilt in white, off-white, cream and light taupe silk and it was gorgeous!!! The LC block is wonderful for beginners and can be as complex as you make it by adding triangles in the corners, etc. It can also be paper pieced or simply sewn with strips of fabric. It is charming in calicoes; country in plaids or flannel; or elegant in silk or velveteen. The LC block is so old it's new again and keeps going on and on. Barb
    Last edited by Bubby; July 11, 2011, 01:55 PM. Reason: typo

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  • Katherine Vickery Ringo
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    Favorite Quilt Block?

    What has been your favorite quilt block to make so far?
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