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Thread: Yellow Brick Road Pattern

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    Seems like a lot of people don't like this pattern. I have made two king size quilts with this pattern and I just started quilting a year ago so I thought it was real simple. My actual first bed size quilt was this pattern. I have used up scraps with this pattern both times and I think it is great for that. I thought the cost was well worth the money and having used it more than once, it has paid for itself. And both quilts look completely different due to the total diversity of fabric.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janet My View Post
    I want to make a yellow brick road quilt. I tried to do a search here but this new board does not seem to be working as well as the old board in the searches. (Unless I'm doing it wrong... can't see how... a search is a search.)

    Before I go out and buy the pattern... I wanted to check if anyone has a free one.
    (I always seem to buy a pattern only to find it the next day on here. LOL Figured I should ask 1st.)
    I have a extra one & can mail it to you, send me your info & I'll drop it in the mail. I will be gone from 11-18 to 11-29 & can mail it then
    Live each day to the fullest as it was your last.
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    Thank you all for your help... but I have the pattern..... I actually had one similar saved on my computer the whole time too.

    This board is the greatest...

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    Yellow Brick Road

    Quote Originally Posted by Denise S View Post
    Here is a link to a free Brick Road pattern.
    http://www.how-to-quilt.com/patterns/brick-road.pdf

    And also a link to Wickedly Easy, which is similar to Brick Road. http://www.byannie.com/media/images/...s_patterns.pdf

    I have never done either of them, but would like to some day.
    I think these patterns are just as nice or even nicer. I baught the YBR pattern when everybody seemed to be making it, & I never made it. I can't seem to see where they get the name from. I would think the pattern should look something like what the name is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denise S View Post
    Here is a link to a free Brick Road pattern.
    http://www.how-to-quilt.com/patterns/brick-road.pdf

    And also a link to Wickedly Easy, which is similar to Brick Road. http://www.byannie.com/media/images/...s_patterns.pdf

    I have never done either of them, but would like to some day.
    I've made a couple of the wickedly easy quilts and they were pretty easy and fun too.

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    It looks like the free pattern for YBR is 24 pgs. to print! I would strip piece a lot of the blocks, for instance sew two A strips together the WOF, then sub cut them. Sew two C strips together the WOF, then sub cut them. Sew together As and Cs, then sew to B.
    There is also a Turning 20 pattern and a Turning 20 with a Twist pattern. Very similar and the instructions are easy to understand. Don't know about a free one for these.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Janet My View Post
    I want to make a yellow brick road quilt. I tried to do a search here but this new board does not seem to be working as well as the old board in the searches. (Unless I'm doing it wrong... can't see how... a search is a search.)

    Before I go out and buy the pattern... I wanted to check if anyone has a free one.
    (I always seem to buy a pattern only to find it the next day on here. LOL Figured I should ask 1st.)
    This site has one called Lotus Brick. Maybe it will work for you.

    file:///D:/Quilting%20Stuff/Lotus%20Brick%20Path%20Quilt%20%20%2072%20x%2072.p df

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janet My View Post
    I want to make a yellow brick road quilt. I tried to do a search here but this new board does not seem to be working as well as the old board in the searches. (Unless I'm doing it wrong... can't see how... a search is a search.)

    Before I go out and buy the pattern... I wanted to check if anyone has a free one.



    (I always seem to buy a pattern only to find it the next day on here. LOL Figured I should ask 1st.)

    I am not sure that the link I posted for the free Lotus Brick Pattern will work. It can be found on Amy Butler's site if you care to visit there. Hope this helps.

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