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Thread: paper pieced pattern for motorcycle

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    hi everybody i need your help i want to make a motorcyle quilt for my grandson's new big boy room and saw a paper pieced pattern on the ulas quiltpage ( where the pattern for new york beauties are ) and can't download it. can anyone help with that or does anyone have a paper pieced pattern for motorcycles...dirtbikes....quads ? thanks

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    That's one of her patterns that you have to purchase, so unless you do that you won't be able to download it.

    I know this isn't what you asked for...but couldn't find anything else...and I'm very interested in this topic as my DD is a mechanic for Harley. But these embroidered squares might be something you could work into your project?
    http://www.etsy.com/view_listing.php...ng_id=32199620

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    hi thanks for the info....that's an option. i was really looking to make the bikes the colors of his new room....now don't laugh...kawazaki green and yamaha blue. i have a little time to find pattern he's not ready to go to his new room...still waiting for his little brother or sister to arrive before he get's kicked out of the nursery. thanks again

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    How about doing applique instead? Here's one to give you some inspiration:

    http://twilightquilterscoven.blogspo...nd-jacobs.html

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    Love the pp patterns. Thanks for sharing.

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    I am still looking for you too, when I browse pp patterns :wink:

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    thanks that's the one i was looking at but can't download it....i'm told i have to buy it and can't figure out how to do that.

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    If you do applique, you could look at coloring pages to find a motorcycle you like, make several copies to be able to cut the pieces out or just trace them separaetly and the fuse onto background piece, and applique the edges. Just a thought. Kendra

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    Quote Originally Posted by dotski
    thanks that's the one i was looking at but can't download it....i'm told i have to buy it and can't figure out how to do that.
    they do speak english, there's an email address on this page. sounds like it's a pattern you purchase and they send you the pattern via email as a pdf file. i've done this myself a few times (different seller). it's usually very quick to receive it back. here's the link. http://www.suesquiltshop.de/shop/ind...O71GjhhTDEhiAz

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