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Thread: Grannies Garden with a Fence

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    Looks like you can get the pattern here
    http://www.brandysquiltpatterns.com/patterns.html
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    Wow that's a beautiful quilt.

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    Talking Thank you!

    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan View Post
    this is quite interesting... thanks for posting it [and the time it took you to find it]
    Yes I agree, thanks for taking the time to research it for me, I had no idea where else to look
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    Red face I see it!!

    [QUOTE=woody;5708644]Looks like you can get the pattern here
    http://www.brandysquiltpatterns.com/patterns.html[/QU

    Woody, Thank You!!!
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    Blessings! Ruth

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    I think I see the size/shape correlation, I'll try a sample by making my own templates and see if it works.
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    I have this pattern, started making it in the early 90's, now its a UFO . PM me ok

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    I am making a quilt exactly like this right now. I cut my hexagons and triangles from freezer paper, lay it dull side down on the back of my fabric hexagons, which are cut 1/4" larger for the seam allowance. Then I fold the seam allowance over the edges and iron the seam allowance to the shiny side of the hex. You can use the freezer paper hexes over and over so you don't have to cut a huge amount of them. This works really well. If you have any questions PM me and I will try to answer them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gemstate View Post
    i am making a quilt exactly like this right now. I cut my hexagons and triangles from freezer paper, lay it dull side down on the back of my fabric hexagons, which are cut 1/4" larger for the seam allowance. Then i fold the seam allowance over the edges and iron the seam allowance to the shiny side of the hex. You can use the freezer paper hexes over and over so you don't have to cut a huge amount of them. This works really well. If you have any questions pm me and i will try to answer them.
    brilliant!!!
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    Blessings! Ruth

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    I'm sorry I can't help but what a beautiful quilt. I would love that pattern as well. I am watching this post.

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    stunning photo. I haven't seen it done that way before

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