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Thread: ** Free** "Dash to the Corners" Quilt Pattern

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    Super Member ladyshuffler's Avatar
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    New pattern............enjoy!!

    http://www.freequiltpatterns.info/

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladyshuffler
    New pattern............enjoy!!

    http://www.freequiltpatterns.info/
    I'm somewhat confused .... what's new? Churn Dash is a very old pattern.

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    I just don't see how cutting it apart and re-asembling it makes a difference. It still looks the same to me or am I truly missing something?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ladyshuffler
    New pattern............enjoy!!

    http://www.freequiltpatterns.info/
    I stated this to be "NEW" because I received it in my email box TODAY! and I have not seen the pattern made this way before!!!!!
    With comments like this, you can bet I will not post again!!

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    Thanks for sharing the link ladyshuffler.

    I like the Churn Dash pattern.

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    ladyshuffler Thanks for the pattern. I understand you meant there was a new pattern for a quilt posted at that site.
    Sad so people have to be so unkind with their comments when others are trying to help.

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    Thanks for the pattern

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    Thank you for the link. I signed up with e-mail to get a new free pattern each week from the site.

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    I like the look of the on-point settings but don't like sewing the diagonal rows, so this setting technique is very interesting. Making a straight set into an on-point set with just two cuts like this is something I never would have thought of and had never seen. Thanks for posting!

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    Quote Originally Posted by zennia
    ladyshuffler Thanks for the pattern. I understand you meant there was a new pattern for a quilt posted at that site.
    Sad so people have to be so unkind with their comments when others are trying to help.
    Excuuuuuuuse me!! I asked totally in innocence and stated my reason. Neither the square construction then slicing for on point nor the churn dash block are new techniques, thus why I asked.

    Thanks to the Original Poster who later explained her "new" rationale. And there is no need to say you are going to shuffle off because of a misread on what others have said. If you're looking for free new-to-you patterns, here's a site that posts one every day. It's kind of fun to see what's behind the mystery door each day .......
    http://www.free-quilting.com/

    And yes, JIMHO

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