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Thread: Turning Twenty pattern question

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    Super Member SherriB's Avatar
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    After seeing all the gorgeus TT quilts that have been made, I want to try and make one. I googled turning twenty and came up with several different pattens/books.

    Is there a TT pattern that would be good for a beginning quilter to use? Can it be made in different sizes?

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    Here is book that I first bought by Turning Twenty and I think this is a excellent book for your first .


    http://www.friendfolks.com/storeimages/turning20-tn.jpg

    pattern #141058K

    www.friendfolks.com/store.php?cat=2

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    The original TT patern only has three pieces in the main blocks, a fourth piece is used for the border. These are so easy! You can use as many or few blocks as you like, twenty make a nice quilt for a double bed if you put it on sideways and don't cover the pillow area. If you want it smaller or larger just keep putting more or less rows of blocks untill it's the size you want. Fun to make because it's pretty and fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dora Taggart
    Here is book that I first bought by Turning Twenty and I think this is a excellent book for your first .


    http://www.friendfolks.com/storeimages/turning20-tn.jpg

    pattern #141058K

    www.friendfolks.com/store.php?cat=2


    This pattern is the orginial Turning Twenty pattern three pieces in the block and fourth is used in the border...

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    I'm going to have to try this pattern.

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