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Thread: Turning Twenty quilt pattern

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    Super Member GrannieAnnie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by pjleblanc
    I have looking for a free copy of a turning twenty quilt pattern.


    Get out a piece of graph paper. Begin by marking a 6 sq by 6 sq. unit. On the right side of it, mark a 3 sq. by 6 sq. piece that runs the length of the 6 square unit. Next mark a 3 sq. by 9 sq. piece running along the bottom of the other two pieces. Mark dark enough to be copied. Enlarge the graph paper drawing to suit your self. Cut into three units, the tape those to another piece of paper and add the quarter inch all around for each piece.

    This is how I made my pattern. I'm not about to pay for something I can draw myself.

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    there is one that is free called Wickedly Easy quilt, you might like it.

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    I couldn't find a free one, so ended up buying one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lovestosew
    Here is a free pattern I found online:

    http://www.ehow.com/how_7172292_make...ilt-block.html
    I had found this one on eHow as well.

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    I have never made one, but I always understood the Turning Twenty is made from 20 different fat quarters, each cut into 4 different shapes-squares and rectangles. I would think that you could stack up the fat quarters in a quantity that works for you, cut out the same shapes from them, then arrange the cut pieces so that they fit into the size quilt you are looking for. Could be long and narrow, could be short and wide. Add a border if you'd like. Anyway, that is what I have on my list of things to do. I always use graph paper or Excel when I create my projects, so this would be fairly easy to draw out. I have the QuiltCut 2, so should be easy cutting up to 10 fat quarters at a time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan
    there is one that is free called Wickedly Easy quilt, you might like it.
    You can find this one here, but it has more parts to it.
    http://www.byannie.com/free-patterns/

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    Being a "Cheap-O", I try to draft my own patterns of "gotta have" projects.
    It usually works after some trial and error.

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    Free turning twenty pattern

    Quote Originally Posted by pjleblanc View Post
    I have looking for a free copy of a turning twenty quilt pattern.
    Try the link for a free pattern and directions.
    http://www.ehow.com/how_7172292_make...ilt-block.html

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    I have Turning Twenty again. Love it!

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