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Thread: 4" block patterns

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    4" block patterns

    For those of you who like your blocks small, here's a link for quite a few that are 4" finished size.

    http://sentimentalstitches.net/free-...midget-blocks/
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    Thanks for posting the link. I love the looks of the quilt, but
    I wouldn't have the patience to make the first block.
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    Thanks for posting these mini's ... a great resource.

    However, the finished size is 4-1/2" not 4" as stated above.
    (the link said 4-1/2" then, I printed a few to verify)
    Last edited by QuiltE; 09-30-2012 at 05:08 AM.
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    There are some pretty blocks on this link. Wish they were bigger. I'm going to check all of them and save the ones I really like. They may come in handy for corners, etc. Probably can make some of them bigger also - with a little thought and some math. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scakes View Post
    There are some pretty blocks on this link. Wish they were bigger. I'm going to check all of them and save the ones I really like. They may come in handy for corners, etc. Probably can make some of them bigger also - with a little thought and some math. Thanks for sharing.
    Or just look for another site that has the larger ones, and save yourself the challenge of making them larger!
    QuiltersCache.com will have a lot of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    Or just look for another site that has the larger ones, and save yourself the challenge of making them larger!
    QuiltersCache.com will have a lot of them.
    As the kids say -- "DUH!" Why didn't I think of that? Brain has not engaged this morning. LOL. Thanks a bunch for the reminder. Much better idea than all that math.

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    Google for "increase decrease patterns" and get a chart with instructions for using a scanner to make a pattern any size you want it.

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    Hi burchquilts.

    Quote Originally Posted by burchquilts View Post
    For those of you who like your blocks small, here's a link for quite a few that are 4" finished size.

    http://sentimentalstitches.net/free-...midget-blocks/
    Hi, this site also has a wonderful bag pattern.Scroll down to 'So sew easy schlep bags' I have made many of these bags in all sizes and fabrics, they are really great. Love Letty

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    thanks for this resource

    Linda

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    Quote Originally Posted by Letty View Post
    Hi, this site also has a wonderful bag pattern.Scroll down to 'So sew easy schlep bags' I have made many of these bags in all sizes and fabrics, they are really great. Love Letty
    I'd LOVE to see some pix of those!
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