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Thread: easy pattern help

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    MelChi522's Avatar
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    Hi all,
    I am new here and new to quilting. Awhile back I bought a harvast bundle of material from Joann's it is 5 fabrics in colors/patterns for Thanksgiving. they are pieces that are 18 x 21 inches. Anyone know what I could do with this that is easy and simple? I am searching here and online, but any help from someone with more experience would be welcomed.

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    Super Member raedar63's Avatar
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    A table runner or fall wall hanging perhaps?

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    Super Member AgapeStitches's Avatar
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    Try searching (here and google) for easy fat quarter patterns. I have found many free patterns on the internet.

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    Hi and welcome to the board!!! That size is known as a fat quarter, so look as AgapeStitches recomends. I know when I first started all the terms for the sizes of fabric was confusing, but in no time at all you'll be a pro LOL.

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    hi and welcome from NJ. just last night I came across a tutorial on making a Dresden turkey, they used a packet of fall colored 5 inch charm squares. I can't wait to try it. Heres the link,
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KHBW_VbX6QY
    good luck with whichever project you choose, lots of people here to help if you have any questions :-)

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    Super Member eparys's Avatar
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    This is a cute one, pretty straight forward and you would have enough fabric:

    http://quiltbug.com/free/table-topper.htm

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    I would just play with a couple is different patterns till you find the right one.

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    I just came across this it's 3 free easy patterns just have to sign up for free newsletter from McCall's Quilting:

    http://www.mccallsquilting.com/free-...-patterns.html

    ENJOY!!

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    You can also try:

    http://quilterscache.com

    for easy patterns and the plus is they are all free.

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