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Thread: Turning Twenty Pattern

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    Super Member Lneal's Avatar
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    Several years ago I bought a pattern book called "Turning Twenty" I made a quilt from it one time. Since then I have misplaced the pattern book, and now I would like to make it again. Does anyone know if the pattern can be downloaded for free? I don't want to buy a second time. Thanks for your help.

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    Sorry, I don't know but doubt it. I have had the same problem, and have bought the same pattern a second when I could not find the first one. What I do now..
    When I buy a pattern packet, I make a copy of the entire pattern, and put the orginal in a page protector and put it in a 3 ring binder. Now when I miss place a pattern I can go to my notebook.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brushandthimble
    Sorry, I don't know but doubt it. I have had the same problem, and have bought the same pattern a second when I could not find the first one. What I do now..
    When I buy a pattern packet, I make a copy of the entire pattern, and put the orginal in a page protector and put it in a 3 ring binder. Now when I miss place a pattern I can go to my notebook.
    I cannot say I normally lose a pattern, but I remember loaning it to a friend and I know she returned it. Somehow I misplaced the pattern. Your idea of putting the original away is a good idea to consider! Thanks!!

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    None of the Turning Twenty patterns are free.

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    Have you tried your library? You might find a book on it there.

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    Have you tried "Google" You can find many free patterns
    there.

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    I bet you could find it on ebay...maybe even a good used copy. Or you could post a want ad here in the classified section...someone may have it and be ready to sell it.

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    Thank you for the notebook copy idea. Looked on google and bing, it's that there. Am going to try the library next

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    Thanks everyone for your help, I was able to replace my Turning Twenty pattern. You are all so very helpful!

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