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Thread: I need help locating the instructions for a very easy child's quilt.

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    I need help locating the instructions for a very easy child's quilt.

    The pattern features three different pieces of fabric (I need the length for each piece) each folded in 4th with the folds placed in lower left hand corner. The cut edges are then cut 9 inches along the sides and across the top. This creates a rectangular center, borders and cornerstones. Then the pieces are mixed up, creating 3 different quilt tops. I cannot remember the length of each fabric needed but I do remember that there needs to be more inches if a directional fabric design is used. I hope you can help me with the requirements because this makes an ideal children's quilt (no batting if made of flannel) for our cool So.Cal nights.

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    The article in Quiltmaker magazine (which has a link at the bottom for the pattern .pdf to download):
    http://www.quiltmaker.com/patterns/details.html?idx=184

    And the video from Simply Quilts:
    http://www.hgtv.com/video/super-size...deo/index.html
    Last edited by MTS; 07-29-2012 at 02:57 PM.

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    That's it! Thank-you so much. I knew I could count on this board. I sure beats tearing my messy sewing room apart searching for it.

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    Yes, thanks!

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    MTS, How on earth did you do that?! I had NO idea what she was talking about in her description, LOL!!

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    Thank you. I just made a copy and am excited to try this quilt.

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    I just finished 20 doll quilts for our guild to give to Head Start and this is a wonderful pattern to make for quilts for new mother's we help. Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandma nurse View Post
    Thank you. I just made a copy and am excited to try this quilt.
    I've made several of these (hey, the pattern makes 3 at a time!) & it's a GREAT little quilt! Another good one is Streak of Sunshine from Quiltville.
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    i think i have seen this pattern on the project linus site. iknow i have this pattern somewheres.
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