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Thread: FABRIC FLING

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    I have fallen in love with a couple of quilts shown on this board made with the FABRIC FLING pattern. I have tried, unsuccessfully, to find the pattern. Does anyone, out there, happen to know where I might find it.........Thanks, Kaye

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    sending PM

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    Could you pm me too? Please, pretty please Lauren?

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    Fabric Fling pattern?

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    Hi All, some of you have PM'd me - here's my condensed version.

    I don't know where you can find the pattern, but after studying the quilt, I think I can explain the pattern to you.

    cut 1 1/2" strips of all your fabrics.
    Next sew in random order 8 strips end to end and cut out as many 9" x 9" pieces as you can from the strip. You will need an even number of blocks and will use 2 per finished block.
    Next. Cut the 9" sq. blocks in half on the diagonal.

    Look at the quilt on the board and place the 4 pieces so they look like the quilt block. Make as many you need to the size quilt you want to have.

    I'd make one strip set and cut 4 and see if it's a size you can work with. If not adjust strips accordingly. SO - Whatever height your strip set comes out to, then cut you blocks that size.


    Then make the sashing and borders.

    This looks like a very easy quilt that can be made fairly quickly.

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    Do you have a picture? Sounds like a fun quilt to make.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewgull
    Do you have a picture? Sounds like a fun quilt to make.
    Here are pictures:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-85744-1.htm

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    Thanks

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    Thanks, just looking for pattern. Sounds easy

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    Thanks laureneberhard --gonna give this one a try!

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