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Beyond Stack and Whack - Adding Your Own Creativity to this Technique

A trunk show of "Stack and Whack" quilts - a few made from the books written by Bethany Reynolds and many others where the techniques were utilized in other designs.
 After making one or two, you may want to “stretch” and add your own creativity to make your own unique quilts by combining S&W technique blocks with traditional blocks or using other arrangements and sizes of the “Stack and Whack” blocks. I have many samples of quilts made with this technique – both from the book and modified creatively.
List of quilts used in lecture (may change as new quilts are added). 

Listing is incomplete at this time --

bullet60 degree triangles grape tablecloth
bullet60 degree triangles snow scene
bullet60 degree diamonds Christmas stars
bullet45 degree triangle pinwheels
bullet45 degree triangle grey-blue pointed octagons
bullet45 degree diamond stars
bulletGarden plots in pink and brown
bulletSmall garden plots in pink and navy
bulletblue and white octagons with sashing
bulletRoman statues
bulletRoses in diamond attic windows
bulletGreen kaleidoscopes in diamond sashing
bulletTropical S&W on point
bullet40 degree dresden plate (2)
bullet30 degree roman coins (2)
bulletTwist and turn
bulletFeathered star
bulletBroken star
bulletBlue and white friendship blocks with alternate S&W blocks
bulletplaytime squares with alternate s&w blocks
bulletAntique butterflies with alternate s&w blocks
bulletLady Liberty NYB blocks made with S&W squares





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