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Solid colours on the back of my second stack and slash quilt

Solid colours on the back of my second stack and slash quilt

My second stack and slash quilt love the opposite colour tones bordered in white

My second stack and slash quilt love the opposite colour tones bordered in white

Back of my completed batik quilt

Back of my completed batik quilt

Stack and slash quilt as you go. This is the quilt I was making when my dad was in palliative care battling pancreatic cancer. After dad passed away it took me 5 years to complete. I have it with me in the caravan because Dad loved holidaying in the caravan.

Stack and slash quilt as you go. This is the quilt I was making when my dad was in palliative care battling pancreatic cancer. After dad passed away it took me 5 years to complete. I have it with me in the caravan because Dad loved holidaying in the caravan.

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Easy way to sew lots of little squares together at once...brilliant... Repinned from Quilts by Camille Cook.

Easy way to sew lots of little squares together at once...brilliant... Repinned from Quilts by Camille Cook.

Postage Stamp Quilt

No. 28, Vivid Postage Stamp Quilt, 1,920 Pieces

My completed cot size batik quilt

My completed cot size batik quilt

Just stack, whack the different shapes in the layers and sew. Lots of different blocks if you just randomly whack at it.

Just stack, whack the different shapes in the layers and sew. Lots of different blocks if you just randomly whack at it.

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