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Thread: cutting fat quarters

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    Super Member mimisharon's Avatar
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    Here we go round the mulberry bush, the mulberry bush................remember that song? Lots of repeating of the lines, that's what we've all been doing, saying the same things in different ways. lol lol

    Tactile, verbal, hammered in.............been there??
    lol lol

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    Jim's definition of a fat quarter..........five nickels stacked one on top of the other.

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    That's the best definition yet, Norah!

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    June, you did well. A fat quarter is exactly the way you said. I also used to buy at least a yard, but now that I have found so many quilts I can make using fat quarters, this way I can afford to buy an entire collection from a new fabric line. If you saw the Chocolat quilt, you can see this is one that used an entire line. Fat quarters are still just $2 a piece at my local shop, but sometimes she will put up the whole collection a bit cheaper. As it is now for every 10 FQ's bought you get one free. So you can see why I started my fat quarter collection. :lol:

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