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Thread: Scrabble squares

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    Scrabble squares

    I saw this quilt and think I'd like to incorporate some Scrabble squares into my next quilt
    http://quiltedwithtlc.com/gallery/custom.html
    (about halfway down the page is the Scrabble board quilt)

    Are the squares something that is printed on fabric and one just cuts them apart to use them, or are they painted, or???

    If they're on fabric, does anyone know who sells it?
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    Missouri Star Quilt Forum has a new tutorial video for a Scrabble quilt.

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    The one Jenny did for MSQC has the letters done from black fabric fused to the square. She also mentioned on the youtube video a site that you can input your information (sports teams, names, events etc.) and they will do out the puzzle arrangement fir you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    The one Jenny did for MSQC has the letters done from black fabric fused to the square. She also mentioned on the youtube video a site that you can input your information (sports teams, names, events etc.) and they will do out the puzzle arrangement fir you.
    I am still looking for the site she mentioned, all I have found so far is information about the game, free downloads for the board and pieces, etc. still looking if anyone finds the site will you let me know how to get there please. I am lost and don't think I can get there from here. LOL

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    Here's a site that sells the Scrabble fabric: http://www.equilter.com/cgi-bin/webc...10111396851.b2

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    I hadn't seen this, but I've been planning a quilt like that for my mom. She loves Scrabble. I thought that I would spell out the names of our family on the board. I plan to applique the letters on.
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    e-bay has some scrabble fabric Seller : super-cool-stuff (35044 )
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gramie bj View Post
    I am still looking for the site she mentioned, all I have found so far is information about the game, free downloads for the board and pieces, etc. still looking if anyone finds the site will you let me know how to get there please. I am lost and don't think I can get there from here. LOL
    http://tutorials.missouriquiltco.com...ing-tutorials/
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    I've done 3 Scrabble quilts - the first was such a hit, I had to make 2 more. A word of advice: each panel contains the same number of tiles as a Scrabble game so you will probably want to order 2 panels in order to not run out of letters, unless you want to stick to the game rules.
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