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Thread: Turning Twenty

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    Junior Member Miss Purple Shoes's Avatar
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    Hi,

    I am travelling around for the next few months and would love to make a turning twenty quilt as a momento of my travels. I have started to buy my fat quarters. However when I looked I have not brought with me my Turning Twenty instructions. I only require the cutting instructions for the fat quarters. Is there anyone who can help me?

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    Super Member Shemjo's Avatar
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    Sorry, I have not tried to do it. I will look to see if I have the book. :?

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    I'm in the process of making one, I can give you the measurement here or you can PM me. Let me know.

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    What is the big draw to this turning twenty pattern?

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    I've done the Turning twenty pattern a couple of ways. First halved the cutting directions and blocks come out half the size (8 " I think). Remember to halve the finished size of pieces and then add 1/2" for seam allowances. Next time I divided the cuts by four. This completed quilt is about 20 inches finished. Smallest size was really pretty done in pastels. Gave it away.

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    You know I think it's designed to be a quick way to piece a quilt. Finding 25 fat quarters from personal stash can be a problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by oksewglad
    You know I think it's designed to be a quick way to piece a quilt. Finding 25 fat quarters from personal stash can be a problem
    Not in my house it isn't - I shall have to go and look at the pattern!

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    I have a copy

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