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Thread: Magic square quilt tutorial using pre-cut fabrics

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    Magic square quilt tutorial using pre-cut fabrics

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    I used her method and also tried another which is using a 5 inch square, then one 5 inch strip for bottom, two 7 inch strips for each side and then a 9 inch strip for the top. Both worked but the second one lined up better for me and used less fabric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dianar View Post
    I used her method and also tried another which is using a 5 inch square, then one 5 inch strip for bottom, two 7 inch strips for each side and then a 9 inch strip for the top. Both worked but the second one lined up better for me and used less fabric.
    can you show us yours? I don't do "pre-cuts" but would love to do this as I love how it looks!

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    Thanks for sharing, love that quilt!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    great tute......another thing to do with my GO die cutter.......I can make my own pre-cuts......

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    I wonder how these would look as a scrapy quilt. I am in the process of cutting up all my scraps and some are 10 inch squares. .. I also have 5" squares...

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    Thanks for the tute! Looks like fun and a great way to use up pieces larger than what I consider scraps.
    Those who are piecemakers will sew seeds.

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