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Thread: Linus Connection challenge fabric quilts

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    Super Member boohoofish's Avatar
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    The Texas Linus Connection celebrates their anniversay in October each year and they have packets of fabric that you must use to make a quilt/quilts. Well, this year it was batiks, I took a brown fabric bag and ended up making these 3 quilts. They were fun, it was challenging to use all the fabric and come up with different designs. I also completed them on my machine which was another challenge for me. Carol

    1st quilt
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    3rd quilt and my new favorite pattern
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    those are really great!

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    Would you mind sharing the pattern for the third one?? It is really pretty. Probably could figure it out if I tried real hard but would appreciate some measurements. Thanks.

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    ver nice

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    I love all three of your quilts. Are there patterns available? :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    You did a great job on all three quilts. Very creative! :thumbup:

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    Nice, love the pattern for #3

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    I love every one of them, they are so pretty! I'd like the pattern names also!

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    These are great...I esp love #2, but they are all beautiful!!!

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    For all who are asking about quilt # 3 - now my favorite pattern - its a modification of a McCall's online pattern based on their China trip. It is called "Doorway to China Quilt Block" It was for a wall-hanging and I just enlarged the sashing and added more rows.
    Every so often I mess up and forget to put the sashing on before I do the large piece but it still turns out okay.
    I have made my pattern fabric 3 1/2 inches by 8 1/2 inches for the center pieces, I made the sashing 2 inches by 8 1/2inches. That makes the center. Next is a top and bottom sashing 2 inches by whatever your width turns out to be - actually I just cut strips the widths I need and start sewing, ironing and trimming.
    When I add the last row, I measure, take away sashing measurement and divide into 3.
    This makes about a 38 x 45 inch quilt top (adding that extra row)
    Sometimes I vary the width of the sashing and will even make it 3 inches if I want a wider and longer quilt.
    I hope this all makes sense. I found that if I numbered my pieces on the pattern it helps keep everything correct. Carol

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