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Thread: Anyone familiar with the book Charm Quilts By Suzanne McNeill ?

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    Super Member Naturalmama's Avatar
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    I wound up getting that one along with the TTA book since this ebay seller had such good prices. It was kind of an impulse since I couldn't find any reviews on it (I usually like to check what Amazon says about it, but there were no reviews) I have charm squares to use so I figured this would help.

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    Just one bump... just in case...

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    don't have that one, let us know how you like it.

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    I am addicted to charm packs and have a book by Pam and Nicky Lintott called Layer Cake, Jelly Roll and Charm quilts. It has several quilts that I want to eventually make.

    I love charm quilts and may have to ask hubby to get me this book for Valentines Day.

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    Yes, I have the book, havn't looked at it lately (years).
    Made a charm quilt (another UFO I need to put on my list). That book refers to charms as using a certain fabric only once in the quilt, not the current 5 inch squares. I started a charm quilt for 2000, using 2000 different fabrics; there were 12 of us and we had fabric swaps. I need to add borders using 200 different fabrics and I have them all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SherriB
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    I love charm quilts and may have to ask hubby to get me this book for Valentines Day.
    This one may be out of print, I purchased it in 1998 -99

    Now that it has been mentioned here I will have to pull it out of the bookcase and look through it. Eye candy:)

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    Quote Originally Posted by brushandthimble
    Yes, I have the book, havn't looked at it lately (years).
    Made a charm quilt (another UFO I need to put on my list). That book refers to charms as using a certain fabric only once in the quilt, not the current 5 inch squares. I started a charm quilt for 2000, using 2000 different fabrics; there were 12 of us and we had fabric swaps. I need to add borders using 200 different fabrics and I have them all.
    I would love to see this quilt. I have been collecting Kansas Troubles fabrics and I now have about 700 (pales in comparison to your 2000!!) Please post a pic so we can see it!!!!

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    Sorry, my mistake; that is not the book I have.
    Mine is by Beth Donaldson "Charm Squares"

    Marcia, I will try to take a picture of it tomorrow, off to teach a quilt class. It is not finished....needs border using the last 200 pieces LOL

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    Is this the Suzanne McNeill that use to be on the Carol Devall show? I may have the name confused.

    never mind I'm thinking of Mary McNeil. :roll:

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