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Thread: For those who want to make a quilt like mine.

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    Here are three pictures that will help you make the Wild Thing quilt They are 5x5 inch squares stacked on top of each other facing up.i used two white and two prints. They are cut into 81/4 inch squares after assembled.

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    Please where is the rest of it.

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    marymay, I sent you a pm and hope this helps.

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    How do you assemble it? It looks like something I would like to make.

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    I sent you a pm Marymay with the instructions and fabric requirements. The 1 5/8 yrds. of neutral is what I sewed onto the charm squares.I cut my own,but I made mine white instead. You cut through all 4 fabrics.That makes one square as shown in the picture. 84 5x5 inch squares ,then from your 1 5/8 yards of neutral ,cut 11 strips 5"x width of fabric to sew to each piece of the flowered fabric.

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    Just sew the top two together and then the bottom two.Then sew them all together to form a square and cut down to 81/4 inches.That will be the size of the block with the 4 pieces sewn together.

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    Ok. That sounds easy enough for me.

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    After you have 4 identical blocks before they are sewm together...trim 1/2 inch off the top of each block to make them 4.5" x 4.5" Press each block as you go. I sure hope this helps.

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    good job on the tutorials...helps when you showed it like you did and with precision instructions!

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    :) I love your Avatar! I'm in FL. also (Lakeland).

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