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Thread: Warm Wishes Free?

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    Super Member WMUTeach's Avatar
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    Yes, I found it in several places. Some are easier to use than others but it is pretty basic. I am just finishing my first and it was easy, peasy! Also a good use of moderate sized scraps or a cut you really don't like much but want to put to good use.

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    I used an overall westen print that looked like small blocks (some were boots, some stars, some bareback riders and etc); cut them into a mock looking 4-patch block and used them for the print center and chose three coordinates for the rail fence. Turned out okay for our horse loving nephew's 40th birthday gift; and yes....so easy to put together. I will attempt to download a couple of pics. Sorry, I think it's sideways and only got one of the pics. Ugh
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    Beautiful pattern I think I will do that one. Like the lap size pattern too!
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    Here's a gussied up version of a Warm Wishes type, free on the Hoffman site: https://hoffmanfabrics.com/EDocs/Sit...%20pattern.pdf It has snowball blocks for the ones that are not framed, and some of the framed one have an extra frame around them, but you could just make plain squares it if you don't want to do the extra steps. Even with them, it would be quite simple.
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    I can't wait to try this pattern, and it is good to know that you can change the size of the block... Thank you Willferg for the size to cut each piece... I'm not good with the math part so this was a big help...
    Last edited by quiltlady1941; 02-19-2013 at 02:42 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharin'Sharon View Post
    I used an overall westen print that looked like small blocks (some were boots, some stars, some bareback riders and etc); cut them into a mock looking 4-patch block and used them for the print center and chose three coordinates for the rail fence. Turned out okay for our horse loving nephew's 40th birthday gift; and yes....so easy to put together. I will attempt to download a couple of pics. Sorry, I think it's sideways and only got one of the pics. Ugh
    I love your quilt, sharin'Sharon! I'll bet your nephew was very pleased. I will never look at fabric with printed squares again without thinking of possibilities like this.
    We act as though comfort and luxury were the chief requirements of life, when all we need to make us really happy is something to be enthusiastic about.
    ~ Charles Kingsley

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