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Thread: Which Turning Twenty book is best?

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    Super Member kwhite's Avatar
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    And why??

    Turning Twenty by Tricia Cribbs (Paperback - 2004)
    Turning Twenty - Just Got Better (Turning Twenty Book #1 New Edition) by Tricia Cribbs (Paperback - 2007)
    Turning Twenty Feelin Groovy (Turning Twenty Book 4) by Tricia Cribbs (Paperback - 2007)
    Turning Twenty...Again (Paperback - 2005)
    Turning Twenty by Tricia Cribbs (Paperback - 2006)

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    If there is I don't know about it, but would like to.

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    Guess I need to know more about Turning Twenty. Can someone fill me in? Is it a particular pattern or does it refer to 20 fat quarters?

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    Wow!!! I googled every which way and came up empty too!!!
    I liked the variations shown in this book

    http://www.friendfolks.com/store-detail.php?ID=277

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    Turning Twenty by Tricia Cribbs is the original pattern. If you google it, you should find a site with a photo. The others were designed after that one, and some of them are very nice. It would be a personal choice; but they are quite easy to do and work up quickly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltsRfun
    Guess I need to know more about Turning Twenty. Can someone fill me in? Is it a particular pattern or does it refer to 20 fat quarters?
    You are very sharp. It took me months to find out that "turning twenty" referred to 20 fats.

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