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Thread: What is the easiest quilt you've made?

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    I like Yellow Brick road.

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    this was easy..all the same width..and lengths, except every other row, i cut one stip in half, so i could stagger the strips..no matching up seams! "tutti Frutti" is what i called it, for my SIL's birthday last year..it was fun to make too!

    tutti frutti quilt ,fabric from Joanns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by watterstide
    this was easy..all the same width..and lengths, except every other row, i cut one stip in half, so i could stagger the strips..no matching up seams! "tutti Frutti" is what i called it, for my SIL's birthday last year..it was fun to make too!
    Cute Tutti Frutti - DD needs a baby quilt for a shower - in 10 days - this should work easily! We'll pick a Focus Fabric from my stash - gather some coordinating fabrics - cut and sew - *with no matching seams! Sounds good!
    Thanks for posting.

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    Eleanor Burn's Trip around the World goes together real quick.

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    Shoo-Fly. Easy peasy!!

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    You ladies are wonderful! I've got alot to look into with these great ideas!!!! Thanks.

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    if you need any other help.,let us know! i stitched this in the ditch,another easy finish! lol

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    This one for my grandson! It was fun!

    Tanner's quilt - first ever finished
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    Quote Originally Posted by Terryl
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    I think that the disappearing nine patch is perfect. I have made dozens of them and thhey always go fast and are beautiful.

    Missy

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    There is a lot of personal satisfaction in completing a quilt. I find that alternating between more challenging and easy is the best way for me. In fact, my very very simple crib quilts is the easy one for me. I work on some in stages between other projects - such as pin basting a few then later will quilt them, trim the edges and apply binding. They may sit awhile and then I do the binding by hand while watching tv. I often will pick up a new pattern or book that is very easy just to do a new technique. Recently I worked in a few Little Dresses and Boy Shorts to be sent overseas. I learned how to use my serger while doing those, then back to more difficult stuff.

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