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Thread: Fat quarters

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    Member hirshal's Avatar
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    I am looking for some simple patterns to use the many fat quarters I have. I have four twin size quilts to make by Christmas and one by Thanksgiving. Anyone have any ideas?? You ideas and help will be greatly appreciated!
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    Senior Member qbquilts's Avatar
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    YBR and Turning Twenty are both easy FQ friendly quilts.

    ETA: D9P is also easy to do.

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    Lucky Stars (my avatar), Yellow Brick Road both work up quickly.

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    Thank you! I will try these.

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    A bento Box is really pretty and takes 20 fat quarters. 10 light and 10 dark or 10 one color and 10 another. I did one is 10 greens and 10 purples and it was really pretty

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    What does YBR mean?

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    Super Member athomenow's Avatar
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    I'm guessing Yellow Brick Road

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    I would also do ybr

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