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Thread: Help I need a easy pattern

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    Google Goddess craftybear's Avatar
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    thanks for the cool pdf link file

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    Quote Originally Posted by gale

    Thank you for the link Gale. This looks like a fun and easy quilt to make.

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    Here is a Warm Wishes pattern I just did. It went together quickly. Each block is ten inches, but I think a "normal" pattern calls for 6 inch blocks.

    I think turtles would look very good as the focus fabric in this pattern.
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    Disappearing 9 patch (d9p) would be perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gale
    gale, my thanks too, I needed an easy pattern for a baby quilt...

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    What about the tube block? http://www.youtube.com/missouriquilt.../2/vOWSp0mTTqE I think these are so cute. :)

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    You might try the "Disappearing 9 Patch". This is my go-to pattern when I can't think of anything else or I need a quilt quickly.

    You need 9 patches (any size) all the same.
    1. lay them out so that your focus fabric/print is at the 4 corners(those don't get cut.
    2. patches 2,4,6 & 8 will "border" the prints.
    3. use a dramatic or different color for the middle block.
    4. sew them all together.
    5. Cut down the middle (vertical) then across the middle (horizontal).
    6. You can now arrange the 4 created cut blocks in any design.

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    Thank you so much for these instructions for the disappearing 9 patch! I can't wait to try it.

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    Dina....The tube tutorial that AngieS posted above is a really quick/easy pattern and can be dramatic also depending on the contrast of your fabrics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngieS
    What about the tube block? http://www.youtube.com/missouriquilt.../2/vOWSp0mTTqE I think these are so cute. :)
    Great post!! I think I will try this one!

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