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Thread: Looking for large block quilt pattern

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    Tuesday Morning in my area (SoCal) still has the Big Block Quilts book and a book that deals with fabric you can't cut (can't remember the name). You might try the store in your area and see if they still have them.

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    Wow that is beautiful fabric!! Can u use it as a middle panel? I love oriental fabrics!!

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    BQ, BQ2, Afternoon Delight, Warm wishes

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    Several years ago the ladies over at QOV were all a' buzz over a book called Just Can't Cut It (by Pamela Mostek) to use with fabric that had large patterns. I got it (I had some pin-up girl fabric that I didn't want to hack up) & it's fabulous!
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    I really like the idea of a whole cloth quilt - cutting up the fabric to me destroys the beauty of the fabric. Good luck with your choice and don't forget to post a picture of the finished quilt.

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    I have a book - Supersize 'Em! 22 quilts from oversized blocks by Debby Kratovil. It contains fabulous patterns that are beautifully illustrated and easy to understand. It was published by Martingale & Company in 2009 so still should be available somewhere. Happy quilting.

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    http://www.etsy.com/listing/49286646...y-printed-copy

    You could purchase this pattern. Looks like a great way to use a large piece of fabric.

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    I had some fabric I couldn't cut, and one of our guild members showed me a quilt she called a "cheater quilt." I sort of copied it, and I am very happy with the results. Perhaps just bordering it, like I did, would work for you?

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