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    T block tutorial

    Help! I know I watched a tutorial from Jenny that had a T in the block using a layer cake and now I can't find it anywhere. I'm probably using the wrong name or something. Anyone know which one I'm talking about?

    #2
    Re: T block tutorial

    I'm thinking that tutorial was part of one of her sympoz classes and not a youtube tutorial.
    K is for Karen 😊​..................
    Cremation - My last hope for a smokin' hot body.


    Before you speak,
    T - is it TRUE?
    H - is it HELPFUL?
    I - is it INSPIRING?
    N - is it NECESSARY?
    K - is it KIND?

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      #3
      Re: T block tutorial

      I think I've watched all of the MSQC tutes more than once and I don't remember a T block. I also think it could be from the Sympoz. You could call MSQC at the shop and ask. Their number is at the top of their Home Page. I see you're from Springfield. I was just there two weeks ago and spent a respectable amount of time (and $$$) at the Quilt Sampler on Glenstone. Barb
      sigpicwww.whisperofrose.blogspot.com


      Scottie Mom Barb

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        #4
        Re: T block tutorial

        I did check both the Sympoz classes since I subscribe to both of them, not there that I can find. It may have been an alternate way to place blocks from another pattern. I think I will call her as I've spent all day going over tutes when I could have been sewing. Quilt Sampler is a great shop. I was just at a shop in Ozark yesterday getting fabric for an Ozark group I have just joined. I have three baby quilts with charm packs and a layer cake to do by Dec and wanted an alternate way to do them. Thanks for the suggestion. Maybe I'll run into you one day.

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          #5
          Re: T block tutorial

          I did call and Natalie answered and knew just what I was talking about. I got a chance to thank her for the awesome templates she designed! What a great help this place is to us.

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            #6
            Re: T block tutorial

            Great...glad you got your question answered. Now you can sit down and sew...Barb
            sigpicwww.whisperofrose.blogspot.com


            Scottie Mom Barb

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              #7
              Re: T block tutorial

              Originally posted by jfleckal View Post
              I did call and Natalie answered and knew just what I was talking about. I got a chance to thank her for the awesome templates she designed! What a great help this place is to us.
              So......which tut was it? You've got me curious now.
              ;)Nancy

              I got a sewing machine for my husband. Good trade, huh!?!

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                #8
                Re: T block tutorial

                The one I was thinking of was from QQI, Jelly Cakes - Variations on the Block.
                K is for Karen 😊​..................
                Cremation - My last hope for a smokin' hot body.


                Before you speak,
                T - is it TRUE?
                H - is it HELPFUL?
                I - is it INSPIRING?
                N - is it NECESSARY?
                K - is it KIND?

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                  #9
                  Re: T block tutorial

                  It was using a layer cake cut into two pieces, six and four inches. Then sew a jellyroll strip between them and another jellyroll strip across the top of the three pieces forming the T. The blocks are then sewn together turning the T in different directions. Natalie described it and then I remembered the sequence but I still don't know which tute it is from. Ha!!!!!

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                    #10
                    Re: T block tutorial

                    You are right, Block Queen! I went back again and it is in the Jelly Cakes lesson 5 at the very end as a variation.

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