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Thanks, Anita, for creating this pattern and for sharing it with us! It is wonderful! And thanks, Evie, and everyone else who contributed to this thread!
Thank you AnitaGrossmanSolomon and kristakz! This is great! It looks fast and easy, and it's something that we can do in our little church quilting group for missions!
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Some people are always grumbling because roses have thorns.I am thankful that thorns have roses.~Allophones Karr
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this is a great pattern. I used it to make blankets for a son's dogs (they didn't care was thhe result might be )
quick & easy.
Just a thought if you're making charity quilts quantity- how about putting 4 together for a larger top. you could also mix around the pieces between them for variety
Joyce T, RN retired
Laughter is the best medicine
GRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRRR I have spent the better part of the morning looking for my issue Sept/October '11 Quiltmaker for the square on point pattern and can't find it...I know I have it because my list that I keep for magazine I have says I purchased this magazine...Oh well guess I won't be making this pattern anytime soon.....I'm betting it's hiding with my lost Yellow Brick Road pattern. Darn ole gremlins lol
Thank you ,Anita for your innovative thinking about making quilts!! I saw you do this one on Alex's show and have had it in the back of my mind just waiting for someone to have a baby! I just finished your Anita's Arrowheads (saved from Quiltmaker magazine years ago). I loved your technique and know the 12 year old boy will love his "not girly" quilt.
I just made three of these for my GDIL's baby shower. Everybody there loved them. They said they had never seen any like them.
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