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Thread: Turning Twenty quilt pattern

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    I have looking for a free copy of a turning twenty quilt pattern.

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    Senior Member sandilee's Avatar
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    I am interested also.

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    I have never seen a free pattern.

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    I just did a quick search on google and don't see one, I agree with Sadiemae, I don't think one exists.

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    I had to buy mine - Turning Twenty Again - love it. Never seen a free one.

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    Here is a free pattern I found online:

    http://www.ehow.com/how_7172292_make...ilt-block.html

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    I didn't buy the book either. Here are the measurements I used. I don't remember how much fabric I used for the blocks, I generally bought 1/2 to 1 yd pieces.

    Overall size = 62 x 86
    Block 12
    4 blocks x 6 blocks
    24 blocks total
    Inner border 1 & blocks & binding - 2 yd
    Outer border 6 & blocks Orange easy riders - 2 yd

    Cut:
    24 - 8.5 squares
    24 8.5 x 4.5 rectangles
    24 12.5 x 4.5 rectangle

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    Super Member frarose's Avatar
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    Diane that is a great site

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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
    It's interesting that they used 1/2 inch seams!

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    I bought the book and I found it well worth it! Love the turning twenty. Some simular ones for free are out there.

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