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Thread: What's the difference?

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    Can someone explain the difference between Fanny's Fan and Grandmother's Fan? I've looked at both, and Googled them, but they still look the same to me.

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    don't know but I'm going to check them out.

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    They might be the same. I see blocks all the time and someone calls them something different than I do.

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    I think it's just different names. I've seen a lot of different designs - same fan, just worked into the quilt differently. Had never heard it called Fanny's Fan. May just be a new way to sell the same pattern. Under one of the pictures, it said that it could be made in any size. Are you making one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter1943
    I think it's just different names. I've seen a lot of different designs - same fan, just worked into the quilt differently. Had never heard it called Fanny's Fan. May just be a new way to sell the same pattern. Under one of the pictures, it said that it could be made in any size. Are you making one?
    That's what I thought too because I couldn't tell any difference. Thanks! When I finish the baby quilt I'm working on Grandmother's Fan is my next project. Already have the material and will use the variegated thread to quilt it.

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