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Thread: Please Recommend a Pattern

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    Member bucky383's Avatar
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    I also love Bonnie Hunter's scrappy patterns, she is so good to provide them free on her site.

    But I think just the fact that you care about your ex's daughter and would make her a quilt says alot about you.
    Certainly not terrible to want to make a great quilt for her and let your talent shine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewnsewer2
    i like this one as well.

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    Good luck with your choice of quilt pattern you choose. I am sure she will love and cherish it no matter which one you choose.

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    The best revenge is to do really well after he is gone. I hope you find a really great pattern, make a fabulous quilt and he turns permanently green with envy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pinkrose4664
    Hi

    My adult Son asked me to make a quilt for his Sister who is graduating HS this year. Of course I said yes, we love her Sister as our own.

    Anyone have a suggestion for a scrappy pattern that is rather easy but looks difficult?
    YES! The disappearing 4 patch looks like so much work and small piecing, but it's so easy, really. I think it looks terrific, too. You can find the tutorial in a search here, if you don't know how to do it.

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    disappearing 9 patch is fun and easy to make

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    Contrary wife? LOL

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    Your Irish Chain in your avatar is beautiful. How about a scrappy Irish Chain? I believe there is a pattern on Quiltville. And by the way, you're not terrible. :thumbup:

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    I would like to add Warm Wishes to your choice of simple patterns to consider.

    http://www.quiltmaker.com/patterns/d...html?idx=5185_

    I made one just to have a quilt ready to try different quilt designs on. It took less than a week from start to finish and I work full time outside the home.

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    Jewel Box?

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