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Thread: Free "Town Square" quilt pattern from Windham.

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    Free "Town Square" quilt pattern from Windham.

    This pattern uses fabrics from their newly released "Skaters Village" fabrics. They're rather folksy, and very nice!

    http://www.windhamfabrics.net/images...own_square.pdf

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    Really nice! Thanks!
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    I love that quilt. WOW. Great fabric too.

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    That fabric does make a cute panel!
    SueDor

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    I love that - what a great holiday quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by maryfrang View Post
    I love that quilt. WOW. Great fabric too.
    I am with maryfrang .... wonderful quilt and fabric. But then I like any fabric or patterns that depict snow or cold weather. I am already melting here in the south and it's only June. I told my quilt group I need to make several wall hangings depicting winter and several depicting summer. Then I am going to hang the winter ones in the summer and the summer ones in the winter just to help me "feel" warmer in the winter and cooler in the summer. Make sense? Maybe not but I like the idea. So, I am printing this pattern off and putting it on my "winter quilt to hang in the summer" list. Thanks, Favorite Fabrics, for posting this!

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    WOW 28 pages of free patterns. Thank you. Morning is just about spent and have 2 new quilts to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLO View Post
    I am already melting here in the south and it's only June. I told my quilt group I need to make several wall hangings depicting winter and several depicting summer.
    We left the windows open last night and this morning when I got up I put on a long sweater it was so chilly. It will be 84 degrees this afternoon, but last night the low was 52. Nothing like a breeze off the Pacific at night to cool your house down.

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    Thanks for posting the link.

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