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Thread: Need a Moose quilt block pattern that is not paper-pieced

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    Senior Member seymoore's Avatar
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    Does anyone know where i might find a Moose quilt block pattern that is not paper-pieced?

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    there is one in this book.

    http://www.martingale-pub.com/store/...oducts_id=1157

    and some fun stuff here that you could get creative with.. :D

    http://www.google.com/search?q=moose...ce=lnt&tbs=itp:clipart&sa=X&ei=U131Tf7pJ8ygtwe4zZT7BA&ved=0CCQQpwUoAw

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    I would go to the library and see if they have any Christmas quilts books and you will probably find one.

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    google "coloring pages" and look in the "line art" also

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    Look at coloring books or find a cookie cutter and do an applique. BUT - I have a paper pieced one that you can have if you change your mind.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-45605-1.htm

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    I always use google to find a lot of stuff. Also try Penny-how-to-quilt.com

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    You could check out coloring page or even some clip art.

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    Thanks for all the ideas! You guys are awesome!

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    Debbie Fields has an entire book about quilting the GREAT outdoors. I would google this site.....I believe it's called Granola Girl designs by Debbie Field, I do believe she has some free patterns you can print. I would check it out.

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