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Thread: Chicklets Quilt - Brandy's

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    This is sooooooooooo simple and easy even for a beginner.
    http://www.qnntv.com/aspx/qnn/Videos/ViewVideo.aspx?v=153

    Here's the actual pattern she spoke of. (her webpage)
    http://www.brandysquiltpatterns.com/
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    Too cool. Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sondray
    Too cool. Thanks for posting.
    i just love it and can't wait to try it

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    Quote Originally Posted by sondray
    Too cool. Thanks for posting.
    i just love it and can't wait to try it

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    Nice quilt. Have fun.

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    I like it too Bev. Too many patterns - I'll need to live to 500 at least. Printed it. Thanks for the link.

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    What a great pattern- thanks for the heads up Bev :):)

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    wow ! I watched her demonstration on the mylar templetes. I am using these templetes from Pati in German Villiage Columbus Ohio .. caught her at a quilt show. my Icon is a quilt top made from a similiar mylar hexigon. I do not sew as Brandy demonstrated. I fold fabric around, have more slavage, use a running stitch and twice reinforce each corner of the hexigon. I do stap out the mylar template after all sides are attached!!

    I love this site ! So many more choices !
    Quilt Patis is what I use. This is just the extra umph I was hoping for !
    Thank you for sharing both sites !

    Chairjogger

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    Bev: thanx for this site. I love the scrappy quilt. And the videos are great. I spent lots of time during my shift tonight watching, learning, dreaming. The presenter, Brandy, makes it all seem so simple. Loved it!!! :P

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    bev - I tried the circle magic pattern, I have put a separate topic up with pictures for you to see, thanks its great fun!!

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