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Thread: "Sponge Bob", what pattern to use?

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    Super Member nannyrick.com's Avatar
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    "Sponge Bob", what pattern to use?

    My 5 year old Grandson wants a SpongeBob quilt. I purchased the fabric but
    don't know what pattern would be best to use. Something simple, because he
    will ask me everyday "is it finished yet" I don't want to keep him waiting too
    long, LOL.
    Thanks in advance. I appreciate all the help I get from this forum.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    Ten minute quilt block? You can look this up on Youtube.com and there are several tutorials.

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    Name:  Quilt 11 sponge bob.jpg
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Size:  216.2 KBThis is the sponge Bob quilt I made for my grandson no pattern but bery simple, I just fussy cut the Sponge Bob fabric. I did not have very much of it.

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    I bet a disappearing 9 patch with him in the left corner would work great....love yours too Up North!
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    I used a snow ball pattern, with sashing between each block. My DGS loves it. He sleeps with his quilt every night

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    I would do a top in the same colours as your fabric maybe Warm Wishes. I would use the Spongebob fabric whole on the back. Simple and done! The best quilt for a 5 year old.

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    do a four-patch block alternating with a nine-patch block. Each can be strip pieced so it goes together really quickly.

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    Love ALL your suggestions. Thanks to you all.
    Now all I have to do is make up my mind, LOL.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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