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Thread: A pattern that's easy but looks complicated

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    How do you get an answer to questions you put on here? Is there another link to click on?

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    What's the potato chip quilt? Never seen that one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by soccertxi
    this is a nice looking quilt. I didn't have any trouble piecing it. You get the illusion of circles with no curved piecing. Use Tri-recs rulers for the 'peaky' star points or use Mary's paper piecing.

    http://www.maryquilts.com/new-churn-dash-stars/

    There is a picture of my Quilt of Valor on the bottom of that page!
    Oh, Wow! That QOV is wonderful. Thanks for the link to the pattern. Is it really an easy one to make? Looks hard.

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    Arkansas Crossroads......Very easy, looks very complicated.
    As far as picking out colors, I used a jelly roll and added black.
    I need to quilt mine now.

    Good luck with whatever you pick to do.

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    I love that one!

    Quote Originally Posted by VaNella
    carpenter's wheel made with half square triangles is a great one.
    http://www.quilterscache.com/C/Carpe...heelBlock.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by SandyMac
    Quote Originally Posted by VaNella
    carpenter's wheel made with half square triangles is a great one.
    http://www.quilterscache.com/C/Carpe...heelBlock.html
    Can't get the patterns to print off this site .It comes up as under copy right and won't let me print .Has anyone eles had a problem with this?
    I just tried to print this pattern, and had no problem at all. You might go directly to "quilterscache.com" and search for the pattern, then print it.

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    The twister pattern is fun and comes in 3 sizes. I found it to be very easy and fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebeccalr
    I found the 'Wings of Eagles' block to be a lot easier than I thought it would be.

    http://www.patternsfromhistory.com/b...ible_wings.htm
    This site is such a treasure of historic patterns. There are Civil War blocks, Pioneer, etc and the history with each. My collection of Bible quilt blocks has just grown tremendously. Thanks! Ann in TN

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    Quote Originally Posted by mhollifiel
    That Disappearing 9 patch in fabulous fabrics gives a lot of bang for the buck. I also love the potato chip quilt pattern but it looks less complicated. On the other hand, it's perfect for showing off some sassy FMQ!
    Yes, I agree that the D9P is greeat for that. Mix up the fabrics, and it can look VERY complicated, but it is sooo simple!!

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    "Split Decision" from The Teacher's Pet.

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