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Thread: What size quilt do you make most often?

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    Senior Member nellebelles's Avatar
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    Usually queen size (for wedding quilts) and then baby quilts for the babies that follow...!!!

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    I mostly make full size or queen size. The only time I make smaller ones are for the charity ones or for children.

    Right now I am working on a queen size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Happy Treadler
    I've been bouncing around all over the place, finding SOOOO many cool patterns I want to make. Trying to pick my next project. I wondered what size quilt you all typically tend to make. Table runners? Wall hangings? Bed quilts? Lap quilts? Miniature quilts?

    Inquiring minds would love to know. :mrgreen:

    Trina

    p.s. For me, it seems that quilting isn't only a hobby, it's a sickness!!
    I used to make really big quilts but they take so long to complete since I like to hand quilt. I got burned out on them.
    I have been doing throw or single size lately and have many requests for them. Plus I have been practicing my machine and fmq and I can do them on my machine and get a decent result. The bigger ones are too hard to do with only about a 6" throat. :) :)

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    It depends on the mood...((giggle)). If it's bed size, lets say queen I have a "bad habit" of it needing to touch the floor so that is what it will be (more like a king+), if it's for a twin "same deal".
    The next mood... will need to do a wallhanging these usually stay pretty much to size- (though maybe a touch smaller or bigger-there again it depends on where it's going and the mood))working on 4 of them now.... then, it will be on to a table topper or ??......yep! it depends on the mood and the moment.....All Sizes for me.

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    I make many size quilts including purses, placemats, tablerunners, wallquilts, baby quilts, lap quilts and I am now working on a queen size quilt for a nephew and his wife. I am trying to make all of my niece's and nephews (17 of them) quilts before I kick the bucket! I have made baby quilts for each of my great nieces and nephews when they are born so have made lots of baby quilts. I am on #3 for this year(2011) It's fun to mix it up! :lol: :lol: :lol:

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    I don't think I have a "most often". I make whatever the inspiration at the moment.....sometimes for a specific purpose, sometimes a "just 'cuz I feel like it". ;)

    Patti

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    Mostly baby quilts although I have a twin in progress, a queen in progress and a I don't know what size yet in progress.

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    I , also have that"sickness"
    I like lap size or bigger

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    48" x 72" -- a good throw size, but also used this size making quilts for cots in an orphanage.

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