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Thread: McCallsQuickQuiltSudukuBlock

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    Super Member Feathers's Avatar
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    Hi Quilty Friends:
    Thought I'd share the Suduku quilt I just finished. This is the block our quilt group worked on for our monthly program last week. It's very, very easy so our teacher taught it for the benefit of a couple really brand new quilter members. Something that would be great for kids to do. The instructions were free in the magazine subscription renewal notice. This is going to be a charity quilt and I've decided I'll make several more as they go together quick. I seem to have 4 huge tubs of flannel scraps so will get busy and use it up and have a cuddly quilt for the foster kids program. AGAIN, this is just a simple little quilt that makes up quick and uses up scraps. Nothing to win a blue ribbon with.

    Suduku Block from McCalls Quick Quilts-April 2009. Blocks are 4 1/2 inch square with a 2 inch blue sashings around each 9 patch block
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    great idea!! and a wonderful use for flannel.. it looks so cosy!

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    I like it a lot!! :D You are so thoughtful, making this for a donation quilt. Someone is going to be very Happy!! :D
    Happy Easter,
    Cheryl
    :D :D :D

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    Looks great!!

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    I think a quilt that will be used and loved every day is FAR better than a blue ribbon winner! Cute pattern--the kids are going to love this one!

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    That's a cute quilt!

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    CUTE!

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    Too cute!!

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    Great job!!

    Kyia

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    Very nice, Feathers! I have a Suduku quilt in the making as well. I love the puzzles and made the blocks just like the puzzle I had just finished. Makes an easy quilt and a great stash-buster as well.

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