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Thread: A Handy Little Chart

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    Senior Member stchenfool's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkiris View Post
    I came across this chart while sorting through some of my quilting papers. I think it could be very handy for those who make up their own quilt designs by blocks. This is not my chart, but came from Fabric Shack with an order. Hope they don't mind my sharing with you!

    Attachment 325544I'm sorry that this chart is so huge! It didn't look that big on my computer. I don't measure so well in pixels!! Sorry....
    I'll be printing this one - thanks for sharing!
    Love 4 stchen

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    yes that is a handy chart to have on hand
    Pegg


    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Thanks so much. Saved it for future use.

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    Thanks so very much for sharing the chart. I put it in a page protector and pinned it to the bulletin board behind my sewing machine. I will be using it frequently. You have saved me lots of time. I always hated figuring out how many blocks to make.

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    I love it! Thanks!
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    Hi,

    Quick note on your quilting chart... in the King Size Quilt portion, the last entry for 18" blocks, Blocks Across and Down should be 36 (6 X 6), not 38 (6 X 6).

    Thank you for sharing, this is very handy to have in my quilting supplies.

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    Thank you so much. Math is not my thing and this will help a lot

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