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Thread: Searching for A John Deere Tractor Quilt Pattern

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    I am searching for a pattern where I can use the John Deere Fabric of tractors & etc, to make my retired John Deere & Farmer Husband a quilt. (B-4 we both pass), I have saved up stash of Deere Fabric, and my husband has purchased the EQ 6 & 7 programs where I can incorporate all my fabric into a pattern I am not to incline to make a pattern all on my own so it will be a "Piece Talk" in the future by own son and his family.
    I'll be watching for suggestions, Thank you for your input in advance.

    Granny Quilter

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    I make a John Deere quilt every year for the club my husband belongs too. They have a raffle every year. I am lost for a pattern every year. When I start I hate the quilt, but when done it always turned out nice. I too want a pattern if anyone has any ideas. I plan on maybe fussy cutting squares this year, but not sure where else to go with this. I had a friend make one and she used all her scraps. It turned out very nice, but I have a hard time mixcing other fabrics with the JD fabrics. It is out of my comfort zone.

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    9 patch. Disappearing 9 patch. Turning 20...you'd need the book. Snowball w/9P. Rails. Done. Have to go tow work now.

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    Thanks PVQuilter, I am not confortable in designing anything, I could fussy cut, like you say, just start sewing them together,
    Shall do some paper work first, tho,

    THX again,
    Granny Quilter

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