This was my first StacknWhack quilt using a teddy bear print fabric. After I learned the technique, I taught a class at the local quilt shop. I used the StacknWhack 45 degree Triangle Tool.
Really pretty okiebarb.
Great looking quilt! I like the colors you chose.
Well, those cute bears sure made interesting designs. Wow, you were able to teach a class after just one SnW of your own! I love this quilt design. Can I ask the name of the pattern/designer?
Wow! It looks awesome! Great job!
Love the pinwheels - great use of the prints!
This is beautiful! I love the technique. I have started one of the stack quilts, but it isn't finished yet.
Dear MNnancy: You were wanting some more info: I used the Stack-n-Whack 45 degree tool from BSR Design Inc.
P. O. Box 1374, Ellsworth, ME 04605 Phone: 207-667-3170
I hope this helps, we carried this tool at the quilt shop around the year 2000, it was one of the first patterns to come out for Stack-n-Whack. The pattern came with the tool. Good Luck.