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Thread: pattern for batik

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    auntiepiggie- Nice pattern; I'm printing it, too!

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    What about this one, scroll down to magic squares
    http://www.ericas.com/quilting/patterns/misc2.htm
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    Another great link; I'm liking that 3-6-9 one!

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    I love working with batiks and I love easy the first is one I recently did that is stupid-easy. It is blocks of batik 6.5 x 10.5." with a 2.5" x 10.5 strip sewn on each side, making 10.5" blocks (10" finished). The second is a disappearing nine patch I intend to do next.
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    I've done a Lucky Stars in batiks that came out beautifully. I've also done a super-simple quilt called Simple Logs in various neutral batiks. I'll post a photo from home tonight. I'm working now (can't you tell?).

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    Here is Simple Logs. The pattern is available at www.quiltedtreasures.net .Name:  Simple Logs 6 (2012).JPG
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    Why not a Carpenter's Wheel (aka Carpenter's Star)? I've just finished one in earth tone batiks with greens as well. Easy, quick and lovely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loisf View Post
    Here is Simple Logs. The pattern is available at www.quiltedtreasures.net .Name:  Simple Logs 6 (2012).JPG
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    Love this; so simple but yet so elegant

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    Quote Originally Posted by woody View Post
    What about this one, scroll down to magic squares
    http://www.ericas.com/quilting/patterns/misc2.htm
    I have made this quilt in king size! It really is easy just a lot of cutting but it looks stunning when done

    My "Magic Squares' Quilt is done!

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