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Thread: help with pattern

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    Super Member sahm4605's Avatar
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    Okay I have 6 prints of 12 FQ (clear as mud?). I am making a baby blanket and trying to find a good pattern for the fabric that I have. what pattern do you guys think would be good for these 6 fabrics? I was thinking something very simple. also something that would make the three print fabrics look the best. thanks in advance (this is for a baby girl also)

    I can add more purple or blue fabric.
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    Disappearing nine patch!!

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    Super Member Grama Lehr's Avatar
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    I just learned how to do that design, and it is easy, fast and cute!

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    yellow brick road is one of my quick and easy go to quilts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grama Lehr
    Disappearing nine patch!!
    Yep!!! This is a fast and easy pattern that you can showcase one print in one block and another of the prints in another block. It's really a great pattern for this.

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    I just did a strip pattern called straightlaced that came out beautifully, you just need eight fat quarters for the top, and some extra yardage for the borders and backing, the quilt came out lap/crib sized. You can get the pattern from www.sweettreat.com

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