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Thread: fat square patterns

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    I went to Rangley over the fourth and found a really great quilt shop. They were having a sale on fat quarter bundles (13 squares $20) so I bought a bundle. I want to make a lap quilt for myself, but am having a hard time finding a pattern does anyone have one?

    Thanks ahead of time.

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    Anything scrappy would work.

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    Here's one for ya.
    I check this site out alot not only for fat quarters, but for their patterns.

    http://www.fatquartershop.com/freequiltpattern.asp


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    thanks for the site, I am going there now.

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    Wow, that's a good price!

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    The pattern yellow brick road is great for using with fat quarters.

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    Thanks, I will look for it.

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    Consider a disappearing nine patch. It goes so fast and you may even have some fat quarters left over for another project. Your squares can be any size you want. Your in control with the nine patch. I make lots of nursing home quilts using the pattern and the residents love them.

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    Turning 20 is good for fat quarters if you have 7 to add to your buy. You could also think about Yellow Brick Road.

    Just Google fat quarter quilt patterns and you will find tons.

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