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Thread: How to Make an Easy Patchwork Jacket

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    You are so nice for doing all this work. Thanks again.

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    That turned out beautiful. You did great on explaining that, it was so easy to understand. keep all the info coming. Your GREAT.

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    I noticed it looks like you don't mind mixing types of materials? I usually stick with all one type of material, is it ok to mix them up like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blessed_beon
    I noticed it looks like you don't mind mixing types of materials? I usually stick with all one type of material, is it ok to mix them up like that.
    They are all quilting cottons.

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    You’re awesome. Keep up the good work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pieces
    Do you have a picture of the finished sweatshirt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by kswmonroe
    Quote Originally Posted by pieces
    Do you have a picture of the finished sweatshirt?
    Page 7 towards the bottom

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    Ugly Cook (how on earth did such a beautiful woman ever come up with that "name"? - LOL)

    On your pictures - the one with the 3 spindles of thread and then a couple pictues below that - it shows some small areas where there is no patch (the black showing) - do you put patches over those areas - or are they left black?

    Sorry but I'm a new quilter looking for some ideas for something to work on that is easy and I need LOTS of instructions. Would you consider this something a beginner could do? I have simply cut sweatshirts down the middle and added binding - but that's the extent of it.

    Thanks SOOO much for one of the best tutortials I've seen online - and I've been searching a whole lot.

    If anyone else reads this and has any other ideas for a beginner - I'd appreciate it. You can even send PM if you choose.

    Thanks all - from a new quilter!

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    Oh, great idea, and your instructions look easy! Thank you!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PghPat
    Ugly Cook (how on earth did such a beautiful woman ever come up with that "name"? - LOL)

    On your pictures - the one with the 3 spindles of thread and then a couple pictues below that - it shows some small areas where there is no patch (the black showing) - do you put patches over those areas - or are they left black?

    Sorry but I'm a new quilter looking for some ideas for something to work on that is easy and I need LOTS of instructions. Would you consider this something a beginner could do? I have simply cut sweatshirts down the middle and added binding - but that's the extent of it.

    Thanks SOOO much for one of the best tutortials I've seen online - and I've been searching a whole lot.

    If anyone else reads this and has any other ideas for a beginner - I'd appreciate it. You can even send PM if you choose.

    Thanks all - from a new quilter!
    The name refers to the kitchen after I get done, not me! :-D

    I did not leave any of my jacket uncovered, but my daughter has done it that way and it looked good, too.

    This is an excellent project for a beginner as I made my first one 2 years before I even considered doing any quilting!

    Have fun and post a picture of yours!

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