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Thread: Converting a Rotary Pattern to Template???

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    KrazyQuilter's Avatar
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    I just bought the Yellow Brick Road pattern the other day and then realized that it is a rotary-cut strip-pieced pattern. I am a hand-piecer and prefer to use templates. I tried to figure out the measurements of each piece myself but am hitting a road block. Any hand-piecers out there who can help me? I am a beginner quilter (obviously :) ). Thanks!

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    Get a pencil, ruler and paper and draw the finished block - no seam allowances..

    Cut it apart on your drawn lines and you have your templates...


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    Oh my Lord that was almost too easy. I didn't even think about that! Thanks! :)

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    Remember to add a 1/4 inch seam allowance on each side of the templates.

    Debbie

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