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Thread: Christmas Quilt

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    I have a Christmas jelly roll that I want to use. Besides Chinese Coins, what would be a fairly simple pattern to use? Thanks for your suggestions.

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    Super Member maryb119's Avatar
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    Log Cabin would be good.

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    Super Member charmpacksplus's Avatar
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    Rail fence.

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    Super Member twinkie's Avatar
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    To me, the rail fence is easier than the log cabin. However, a turning twenty is also a nice simple quilt. Good Luck

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    Junior Member Deb53's Avatar
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    I put some ideas together for my quilt guild and used strip pieces of Christmas fabric. Here are some of my samples. It might give you ideas for wall hangings, table toppers, coasters, quilts. I had fun exploring the possibilities with strip piecing.
    Also I love I love log cabin, rail fence, etc.

    Bargello
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    Type of rail fence
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    Some applique thrown in the mix too
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    Moderator littlehud's Avatar
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    I used mine for a bargello.

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