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Thread: turning 20 quilt pattern using 16" blocks

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    I find learning how to post on this site is more frustrating than my first quilt!!!!

    Is there a site where I can get a free turning 20 quilt pattern using 16" blocks?

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    I dont believe that there is a free pattern for the turning twenty yet. But there may be someone here that knows for sure.

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    I'm not sure what a "turning 20" quilt pattern would look like, but there are lots of free quilt sites around. Try googling
    Quilters Cache - you can sort the blocks into sizes
    Delaware Quilts
    About.com guide to quilting (Janet Wickell has lots of free quilt patterns)

    Good luck and happy quilting.

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    There is a website that has a quilt called "Wicked Easy Quilt." The website url is www.orgsites.com/.../wicked_easy_quilts_patterns.pdf Hopefully it will give you some ideas. Looks similar to Turning 20 Quilt.

    mltquilt

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    I made several turning twenty! You can purchase the pattern for about $10, but if you look at one you can pretty much firgue it out. Here is one I made!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan
    I just love this one! I can't wait to make it! So many quilts I want to make!

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    There are now at least 6 books with Turning 20 patterns in the stores. The quilt shown above are from Book 1 and each block consists of 3 pieces. There is a square, then a short rectangle, and a long rectangle that is the length of the block. You can put the blocks together in an orderly pattern or as random as you like it.

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    i made the wickedly easy qlt, it's still just a top for now though.
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    Turning Twenty free:http://www.ehow.com/how_7172292_make...ilt-block.html

    Have fun with this or buy on Etsy - cheap.

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