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Thread: quilt with circles

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    Super Member Minnisewta's Avatar
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    My friend is searching for a quilt pattern to make for her new grandson. The babies room is done with circles. I have searched the message board but have not found anything that just out at me. Does anyone know of a cute pattern with circles?

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    Here is a quick easy one. http://www.joscountryjunction.com/?p=2518

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    I made one using many sizes and colors of appliqued circles on a wholee cloth top. I overlapped some and had them hang off the edge. It turned out really cute.

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    Here's one that I made called "Circle Around"
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-83797-1.htm

    I got it out of a quilting magazine last winter. I can look it up when I get home this evening if you would like.

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    Here is a video on how to do a circle quilt http://www.youtube.com/user/JosCount.../0/R0uSqNzakGU

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    If you are doing applique, Iron a coffee filter and use it for your foundation, then sew on top and rip off the back. It makes a perfect circle for almost free.

    I did this with scrap red, white, and blue.
    Turned out really cool looking.

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-129822-1.htm
    This could be done in baby prints.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmdquilts
    I made one using many sizes and colors of appliqued circles on a wholee cloth top. I overlapped some and had them hang off the edge. It turned out really cute.
    My best friend did one of these, and attached rick-rack stems waving in the breeze, to make balloons out of the circles. It was one of the cutest kids' quilts I have ever seen!

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    There is a circle pattern in the Fons & Porter book or on the webpage. Its free and it is call color wave. It has all sizes of circle for the quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackie54
    There is a circle pattern in the Fons & Porter book or on the webpage. Its free and it is call color wave. It has all sizes of circle for the quilt.
    I've have tried to find it on the fons and porter site but have had no luck. )-:

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