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Thread: If you thought of a girl quilt which one would it be?

  1. #51

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    Asking about the stack and whack in re the roses and kaleidiscope pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ally
    Asking about the stack and whack in re the roses and kaleidiscope pattern.
    I think it could be but I didn't do it that way, I just cut with a pattern I made from clear plastic so I could line up the parts.

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    I am working on a pinwheel for my grand daughter I used different colors and also used soft colors.

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    Have you heard of Quilt Blocks Galore? They must have 500 FREE block patterns. About.com is another great free pattern site. Probably everyone here knows of these sites. I like to scan over them often. Gives me ideas. I also agree color is important. However I am vissual so if I see a pattern I can put my color to it. I have to like the pattern and go from there. Lots of luck on your choice of material and pattern, no matter what you do I am sure she will appreciate it (much) :)

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    I made my young granddaughter a Sunbonnet Sue quilt using small print pastels.

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    Have you seen the log cabin quilts done with all florals?

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