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Thread: Ok I need a pattern idea...

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    Senior Member momto4's Avatar
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    I need to do my nieces quilt next she is turning 3. My sister will take care of the quilt very well and see that Aliyah does as well. I want a pattern that is semi quick but looks more difficult. :) Any suggestions?

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    check out the quilters cache. They have lots of block patterns to cruise thru, and they show how it would look in a completed quilt as well as some others have done.

    www.quilterscache.com

    scroll down to the drop down and go to free block patterns.

    enjoy!

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    Warm Wishes come to mind :wink:

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    I did a baby quilt for a gift using Warm Wishes. Very easy and looks very nice.

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    What type of fabric do you have in mind? Large scale prints, small?

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    Warm Wishes sounds great to me.

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    I made a 'Dora the Explorer' Sawtooth Star (from Quilter's Cache) for my 3 year old granddaughter. :)
    I fussy cut the Dora's (5" or 6"?), for the middle of the stars.
    It turned out really cute, and was quite easy!
    :) :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by momto4
    I need to do my nieces quilt next she is turning 3. My sister will take care of the quilt very well and see that Aliyah does as well. I want a pattern that is semi quick but looks more difficult. :) Any suggestions?
    This is my favorite pattern. I made it for my 2 granddaughters for their birthday, one was 3, the other 5. PM me if you'd like the pattern

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    Was looking for a certain pattern for you, but found these while looking. Have Fun!

    http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/projec...e-patch_1.html

    http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/projec...-strips_1.html

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    I made a quilt called hugs and kisses - it is really fast to make, and simple - take for instance 10" squares like a layer cake and 5" squares like a charm pack. Make the diagonal on the charm squares and pin them to the diagonal corners of the 10"square. Sew on the marked line. Cut 1/4" away from the sewn edge and you get a 10" block. Sew as many as you like then you can arrange by alternating into o's and x's or hugs and kisses. Here is a picture of the finished top...

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