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Thread: Quilting Charts

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    Fabriclovr
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    Question Quilting Charts

    I have seen, but can't remember where, charts that tell you what size square to cut to get other combination of things, or how many of what you can get from a strip, that sort of stuff.

    Does anyone have any links or know of where this stuff is located on the web?

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    I'm pretty sure there's some of those on Quiltville!
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    Here's one site that has charts for cutting a FQ into layer cake, jelly roll, charms, etc. with math charts - scroll down to see various options:
    http://www.minnesotacharms.com/charmtips.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathy T. View Post
    Here's one site that has charts for cutting a FQ into layer cake, jelly roll, charms, etc. with math charts - scroll down to see various options:
    http://www.minnesotacharms.com/charmtips.htm
    Ohhh. This is a good reference Thanks!

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    Thanks Ladies, I think that is close to what I needed. The rest I found by opening a book, yes a BOOK! LOL

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    Lots of places online.

    However, I still prefer my 2 reference books:
    - the Quilter's Pocket Reference ... by Peggy Scholley
    - All-In-One Quilter's Reference Tool
    Much quicker to use for me and I don't have to go to the computer and get sidetracked.

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    Bookmarks this link. Great info!!!

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    There's also victorianaquiltdesigns. Good luck.

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    Kathy T, thanks for the link. Very helpful.
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    Quote Originally Posted by AliKat View Post
    Lots of places online.

    However, I still prefer my 2 reference books:
    - the Quilter's Pocket Reference ... by Peggy Scholley
    - All-In-One Quilter's Reference Tool
    Much quicker to use for me and I don't have to go to the computer and get sidetracked.

    ali
    Ya know Ali, I have both of those and didn't even think to look there? How did you like the hail storms today? These feel in my front yard, I live in Maricopa.

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    And everyone else that lives in the mid west or east coast is wondering why this is a big deal.. This Phoenix Arizona.. the middle of the desert!

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