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Thread: Super Size 9 Patch Quilts

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    I made 15 of these little quilts from Anita Grossman Solomon's pattern, Super Size 9 Patch. They really went over big at church!! Even some of the pre-teen boys took one! Several kids weren't there today, and I find I need to make a couple more sets of them. They are so fast and easy - and fun to make!
    Friday I started a set and accidentally made 2 wrong cuts! But I was able to still make a set of them by cutting all the pieces down a little! No harm done! You can find the pattern here: http://www.quiltmaker.com/patterns/details.html?idx=184
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    Really cute. Thanks for the info.

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    Thanks, these would be nice patterns for Project Linus!

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    Good for you. I do a lot of supersized pattern quilts too. They are fun to make, especially the stars of kid pattered fabrics.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CircleSquare
    I made 15 of these little quilts from Anita Grossman Solomon's pattern, Super Size 9 Patch. They really went over big at church!! Even some of the pre-teen boys took one! Several kids weren't there today, and I find I need to make a couple more sets of them. They are so fast and easy - and fun to make!
    Friday I started a set and accidentally made 2 wrong cuts! But I was able to still make a set of them by cutting all the pieces down a little! No harm done! You can find the pattern here: http://www.quiltmaker.com/patterns/details.html?idx=184
    I make these out of flannel without batting as summer quilts and they are perfect for air conditioned houses or for nights that cool off a bit.

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    I love this pattern; it will be so nice for those quick baby gifts you alway need.

    Thanks so much for the link!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucio
    Quote Originally Posted by CircleSquare
    I made 15 of these little quilts from Anita Grossman Solomon's pattern, Super Size 9 Patch. They really went over big at church!! Even some of the pre-teen boys took one! Several kids weren't there today, and I find I need to make a couple more sets of them. They are so fast and easy - and fun to make!
    Friday I started a set and accidentally made 2 wrong cuts! But I was able to still make a set of them by cutting all the pieces down a little! No harm done! You can find the pattern here: http://www.quiltmaker.com/patterns/details.html?idx=184
    I make these out of flannel without batting as summer quilts and they are perfect for air conditioned houses or for nights that cool off a bit.
    Flannel without batting and backing is a GREAT IDEA - with the raggedy seams on top !!! I'll have to try it!!

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    Does anybody have any idea why the video won't play? Is it because I'm in Canada???? grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr so frustrating!!!

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    Thank you so much.
    Ive been thinking about joining the Linus web site, this is perfect for donation quilts.

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    Very cute!! Our guild uses this pattern (among several others) to make 32x32 quilts for the neonatal units at our local hospitals. They drape over the isolettes to shield the babies from the overhead lights. We call it "Loving Hands".

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