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Thread: Please share your favorite patterns that don't require matching seams

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    Super Member gale's Avatar
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    after this quilt I'm working on I'm done matching seams for a while. I'm hating it! I thought maybe I could find some new patterns (free or not free-either is fine) where there are few or no seams to match up. I know about the jelly roll race. Any other good ones?

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    I would have to say "Log Cabin", it is quick, easy and fun.

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    Haven't made this, but maybe it will help.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-98845-1.htm

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    Look at the first quilt here. I haven't made this one but I think it would be a good one if you were worried about matching seams. Of course, you'd still have to match row seams.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-156581-1.htm

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    Look at the second quilt here. This is fun to make. The blocks are oversized so you just trim them down - no seam matching worries.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-138138-1.htm

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    Lucky stars quilt pattern is pretty good. The stars dont have to be perfect and after you sew the sashing on you don't have to match seams except where the rows go together.

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    string blocks come to mind - no real pattern needed

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    Thanks I really like the Forest Bricks, I a, going to have to do that one !!

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    Good thread, thanks for starting it

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