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Thread: Quick quilt top

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    Quick quilt top

    Anyone wanting a fast quilt top check out heirloomcreations and click on 1600 quilt. It is very pretty when done and makes great donation quilts. I have seen alot of them done and they are all pretty.

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    here is a link to the quilt granny57 is suggesting http://blog.heirloomcreations.net/?p=1897
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    That's cool looking.
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    Thanks!

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    Thanks for the look up. Makes it so easy for lazy people like me. (very large smile)

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    Do you always use jellyrolls? I have a lot of patriotic fabric and wanted to use them. Can I just cut them into 2-1/2 in. strips and can they vary in length or should I cut them all to the same length. Thanks, Pat

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    I love this concept, thank u for sharing.
    Mary

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    Yes you can cut your own strips. Just cut them all the same length. Have fun.

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    My next quilt will be one like this - need to get one done quickly for grandson's birthday. Perfect.
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    They are fun to make---once you get past that first 1600 inch seam. LOL. I enjoy making them because I don't have to concentrate---just keep sewing. I also make Project Linus quilts that way, except I cut the strips in half, so the quilt is smaller. I can make 2 Linus quilts from one jellyroll.

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