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Thread: Is there a pattern for five 1 yard cut bundles?

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    Senior Member darlin121's Avatar
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    I have bought a couple of five 1 yard cut bundles and am looking for a pattern to make use of the coordinating fabrics. My LQS had a birthday sale and I just couldn't resist some of this yummy fabric. Now what do I do with it? I know these bundles are popular at quilt shows with vendors and I'm wondering if there is a pattern that is available. Any help?

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    Take 5 has a series of patterns out :lol:

    here is one http://www.thequiltedcastle.com/item...achers-Pet.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharon b
    Take 5 has a series of patterns out :lol:

    here is one http://www.thequiltedcastle.com/item...achers-Pet.htm
    Thank you for the link. I fell in love with a line of fabrics and only bought 1 yard of several prints. This will help that poor fabric make it from the stash to a quilt now.

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    there are also some great patterns for 6 half yard cuts called 6 halves make a whole, the books are by the quilt branch, I found one at my local quilt shop.

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    Quote Originally Posted by darlin121
    I have bought a couple of five 1 yard cut bundles and am looking for a pattern to make use of the coordinating fabrics. My LQS had a birthday sale and I just couldn't resist some of this yummy fabric. Now what do I do with it? I know these bundles are popular at quilt shows with vendors and I'm wondering if there is a pattern that is available. Any help?
    go to the library and find a book that shows various blocks, something as simple as a rail fence or more involved like a block that is 8 pieces by 8 pieces.

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    A Kwik Trip by Two Kwik Quilters. The full size uses 4 fat quarters (that would be a yard) of 5 fabrics. Really fast to put together.

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