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Thread: 3 Color Quilt Pattern

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    3 Color Quilt Pattern

    Good morning! Hope you all can help, I have three great fabrics for a little boy quilt, I'm looking for a new 3 color quilt pattern, I've done the railfence tons of times, but want to do something different...any ideas? I would appreciate any help you can give me, I've searched online til I'm blue in the face! You all are terrific! Thanks ahead of time!
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    Warm wishes can be done in 3 colors

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    You could do almost 'any' block/quilt. It just take a little imagination. What level would you rank yourself, novice? intermediate? ?? Do your colors fall under ~ light ~ medium ~ dark? If you could share a picture of your fabric, it might give us some better ideas for you.
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    I made these 3 colour baby quilts, the pattern info is on the link as well. It's not a free pattern but you could probably figure it out. All in a Row Baby quilts

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    This is super easy. Go to page two and three to see the different layouts.
    http://www.straw.com/equilters/libra...ick-quilt.html
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    The quilt on the cover of Jennifer Chiaverini's last Elm Creek book is a 3 color easy to do pattern. No matching seams either. I know I have it somewhere, just don't know where at present.
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    My favorite three fabric quilt is the one shown on the cover of Lynnette Jensen's September Morning book. Here's a link to it on Amazon http://www.amazon.com/September-Morn...lynette+jensen

    Although it's the cover quilt, it's NOT September Morning, but I can't remember the name without looking. Unfortunately, the book may be out of print now, but since it's a Thimbleberries book, shouldn't be too hard to find if you like it. This is the quilt my dogs are sitting on in my avatar. :-)
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    Quote Originally Posted by GagaSmith View Post
    This is super easy. Go to page two and three to see the different layouts.
    http://www.straw.com/equilters/libra...ick-quilt.html
    That is nice, so many ways to arrange the block. Wonderful.

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