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# Thread: Could someone help me make a template/figure out yardage

1. If you caught my last post, you know I was hoping to make this quilt which just the fabric I bought at the quilt shop I went to on my birthday. But after reading the comments it seems like making a decent sized quilt with just 1/2 yard of each color is impossible. So I'll just have to see when I can get back to that quilt shop and get more fabric.

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I want 12" blocks so the quilt will be 60"x60". I really suck at making templates or figuring out yardage so if there's anyone that can help me figure this out that would be awesome.

2. That is going to be a beautiful quilt. You might try this site to calculate yardage: http://www.vrya.net/quilt/flash/QuiltCalc_Loader.html

I used it for the Thinking Outside the Block design I am doing & found it very easy to use. Basically numbered my fabrics, figured number of each size of each shape & plugged it in. Print out the results for each & you have the cutting layout too.

Let me know if you need help. Could play with it one evening at home.

3. I'm mathematically challenged, so I can't help you there, but this is going to be a really beautiful quilt. Good luck!

4. I just drew it in EQ7. I'll PM you to see what you want. I made it 13" blocks so that it would look like you wanted.

In EQ 6 you can either PP or regular piece. If you can find a printer, like at an office supply store or such, that can make 13" copies, I'd suggest that and then PP. You can use any lightweight paper and shorten the stitch length.

ali

5. Originally Posted by AliKat
I just drew it in EQ7. I'll PM you to see what you want. I made it 13" blocks so that it would look like you wanted.

In EQ 6 you can either PP or regular piece. If you can find a printer, like at an office supply store or such, that can make 13" copies, I'd suggest that and then PP. You can use any lightweight paper and shorten the stitch length.

ali
I got your PM about it. Templates and yardage would be awesome.

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