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Oct Block of the Month

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Craftsy Block of the Month 2012 taught by Amy Gibson

In Craftsy's first-ever Block of the Month, Amy Gibson brings you 10 specific quilting techniques - appliqué, string quilting, paper piecing and more.

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Category Quilting
Type Home Decor
Style Traditional, Classic
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There are two "versions" for the geese pattern: clockwise and counter-clockwise, Half your blocks are clockwise - the other 2 counter-clockwise. Unlike the friendship block for the circle of geese you use only one of the 2 different patterns to make all 4 squares. Regardless - you've come up with a unique version! Love your fabrics!!

10/23/2012 Flag

I figured it's my quilt as long as I learn the the pattern what I do with it is up to me. Most of my squares have been right on some I had to add boarders. Not a problem I'm different so why shouldn't my quilt be different.

10/24/2012 Flag
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You got that right! Its your quilt - there are no quilt police! Make what makes you happy!

10/24/2012 Flag

PS: The real problem lies in how light the patterns print. I went to www.piecebynumber.com directly and printed from there. They were also light but had all the lines and printing. I made copies using maxiumum dark to get pages I could use. I almost didn't notice the two "versions" because everything was so light. Don't fret. You're not the only one this happened to.

10/23/2012 Flag

I like it and it looks great. Just make as if you meant it to be that way from the start. There are no wrongs in love and quilting

10/24/2012 Flag

That just jumped off the page at me - a refreshingly different look - as banjolady said, there are no wrongs!

10/24/2012 Flag

For some reason, I'm seeing a crab. I like it!

10/25/2012 Flag