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Thread: I need help with a pattern

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    Junior Member bugsmom's Avatar
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    I need help with a pattern. My cousin is getting married in July. I need a pattern for her quilt, nothing too hard, I am fairly new to quilting. Any ideas on what pattern I should use. The colors are champane and black. You can look at my quilts I have done and see I can't do anything too complex. If u can help w ideas I would appreciate it!

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    Stars i like but maybe other f can help u better :wink:

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    The Square in a square II is one of my favorites. Charismah did a gorgeous one she just posted here http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-33715-1.htm

    I've made a couple and the blocks go together so fast it's amazing. The pattern can be found here.
    http://www.quilterscache.com/S/Squar...res2Block.html

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-34099-1.htm
    What about something like this from one of the board creatives
    I love log cabins

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    Thanks you Shibori for posting a link to MY quilt! It is a log cabin and goes together quickly, very few seams to match!!
    If you decide to do this I would be glad to help if I can. the strips are cut 2 inches they are 12 inch blocks and if you strip piece it goes fast. I made this top in less than a week and will have it sandwiched today so ready to hand quilt mine,And it didn't start on it unlil last Friday!! You could easily stitch in the ditch for this one too. Mine is king size.

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    Why not use the colors she has choosen for her wedding and do a DP9

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    Check out quilter's cache for 2-color squares and then see which ones are coded for beginner level.

    Hugs and Kisses comes to mind.

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    Junior Member bugsmom's Avatar
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    I am using the colors from her wedding, champane and black. I love the quilts you have shown and really excited to get started on her quilt. When I get a chance tonight I will post pictures of the fabrics I have bought already.

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    I did? lol...I thought I was linking Charismah's. when I click on it, it goes to hers. I love the log cabin though :)it prettilicious too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shibori
    The Square in a square II is one of my favorites. Charismah did a gorgeous one she just posted here http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-33715-1.htm

    I've made a couple and the blocks go together so fast it's amazing. The pattern can be found here.
    http://www.quilterscache.com/S/Squar...res2Block.html
    good place to go for a pattern.

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