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Thread: Changing Quilt Pattern Sizes

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    carmen4him's Avatar
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    Hello, I recently got a book for Twist-and-Turn Bargello Quilts. There is some beautiful quilts in this book. The one I really want to make is not Queen size, so how do I add size and still keep the design. Thanks for all your help. LOL. God Bless. Happy Stitchin.

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    Super Member franie's Avatar
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    Draw it out. Use graph paper. Or use EQ.

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    Super Member mom-6's Avatar
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    So are you wanting to go from a full to a queen or from a twin to a queen or from one even smaller?

    To add size you would just add more rows/columns as needed and just continue the pattern as you wish.

    As suggested above, drawing it out on graph paper or in a quilt design program would be really helpful for determining how you want to expand it. You can even do the graphing in a spreadsheet program like Excel.

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