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Thread: whirly giggle & crazy mom quilts

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    NE1 have any idea on how Amanda Jean made the Whirly Giggle quilt on her blog?
    [url]http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2009/02/whirlygiggle.html

    hope that link works. if not, check her blog
    www.crazymomquilts.blogspot.com
    and look for her whirly giggle quilt, listed under her 2009 quilts.
    thanks!

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    Looks like a one-patch tumbler quilt. I would think that if you went to Google and typed in "Whirly Giggle quilt pattern", you might find some pattern assistance. Good luck.

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    http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2...surements.html
    has the directions for the template she used.Looks easy enough, with lots of graphic impact.

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    What a fun quilt!!! So many color possibilites too :D:D:D

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    Joanns seels that template. I have it. it is the thick acrylic.They go together pretty easily. i am doing one in all pinks with white.

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    You really don't need a template, it is a square (any size you want to begin with) than slice it at an angle using whatever angle you want. Just be sure and cut all your angles the same. Make your own template to make sure.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amma
    What a fun quilt!!! So many color possibilites too :D:D:D
    yes, very cute.

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    If you go to her site and look to the right, she has some tutorials and the whirligig is one of them.

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    whirlligig pattern for quilts

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    Quote Originally Posted by dakotamaid
    You really don't need a template, it is a square (any size you want to begin with) than slice it at an angle using whatever angle you want. Just be sure and cut all your angles the same. Make your own template to make sure.
    that sounds good. i might just try that. :)

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