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Sensational Square-agonals®

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Sensational Square-agonals®

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(20 reviews)

Mothespian
rated 5 stars

Sensational square-agonals

Kept my interest (not always easy) not too fast not too slow, easy to remember...... Thank you Maureen Palmer. Coventry England

the Mindy
rated 5 stars

Fantastic class

What a great class. The technique looks much more difficult than it is. I completed mine in a day and that included sending a question and getting the answer! I have now purchased 2 of Sandi Blackwell's books so I can continue making these great quilts.
I noticed a lot of negative comments about the tape she uses, it's a suggestion not a requirement. Obviously if the instructor has a product they sell they will suggest you use it. That's in every Craftsy class I've ever seen!

Sandi Blackwell
rated 5 stars

Please contact me!

Most quilters who learn my "square-agonals" technique have been very satisfied and loved it. But like any technique, it's not for everyone.

I would like to clarify a few things based on review comments that are incorrect: One - the guide tapes are optional, they do make the process easier but they are not required. Two - You can adapt and change the patterns by interchanging your own block designs with mine and/or changing the size of the blocks. I have even included a ...

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Quilty Gal
rated 5 stars

Liking Squaragonals

So far her instructions are very clear and easy to follow.

TerryChase
rated 5 stars

So Far, So Terrific!

Now this looks interesting. I never heard of this technique before, and I'm not too wonderful about labeling parts of quilts, but this looks like it's worth learning. Also, it's a small quilt. As a table runner, it will lead to something useful or gift worthy, yet teach all the details necessary to do the technique.

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