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Thread: Chicklets Quilt - Brandy's

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    This is sooooooooooo simple and easy even for a beginner.
    http://www.qnntv.com/aspx/qnn/Videos/ViewVideo.aspx?v=153

    Here's the actual pattern she spoke of. (her webpage)
    http://www.brandysquiltpatterns.com/
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    Too cool. Thanks for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sondray
    Too cool. Thanks for posting.
    i just love it and can't wait to try it

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    Quote Originally Posted by sondray
    Too cool. Thanks for posting.
    i just love it and can't wait to try it

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    Nice quilt. Have fun.

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    I like it too Bev. Too many patterns - I'll need to live to 500 at least. Printed it. Thanks for the link.

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    What a great pattern- thanks for the heads up Bev :):)

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    wow ! I watched her demonstration on the mylar templetes. I am using these templetes from Pati in German Villiage Columbus Ohio .. caught her at a quilt show. my Icon is a quilt top made from a similiar mylar hexigon. I do not sew as Brandy demonstrated. I fold fabric around, have more slavage, use a running stitch and twice reinforce each corner of the hexigon. I do stap out the mylar template after all sides are attached!!

    I love this site ! So many more choices !
    Quilt Patis is what I use. This is just the extra umph I was hoping for !
    Thank you for sharing both sites !

    Chairjogger

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    Bev: thanx for this site. I love the scrappy quilt. And the videos are great. I spent lots of time during my shift tonight watching, learning, dreaming. The presenter, Brandy, makes it all seem so simple. Loved it!!! :P

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    bev - I tried the circle magic pattern, I have put a separate topic up with pictures for you to see, thanks its great fun!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izy
    bev - I tried the circle magic pattern, I have put a separate topic up with pictures for you to see, thanks its great fun!!
    Would you please put the link here. Things get lost in the shuffle and I'd love to see your circle magic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saravincent
    Quote Originally Posted by Izy
    bev - I tried the circle magic pattern, I have put a separate topic up with pictures for you to see, thanks its great fun!!
    Would you please put the link here. Things get lost in the shuffle and I'd love to see your circle magic.
    Sure Sara!! I will do it right now!! :D

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/posts/list/8539.page

    There you go!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachlady
    I like it too Bev. Too many patterns - I'll need to live to 500 at least. Printed it. Thanks for the link.
    Oh man, I hear ya BIG TIME and I'm just starting lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cathy M
    What a great pattern- thanks for the heads up Bev :):)
    Your so welcome dearheart

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    Quote Originally Posted by saravincent
    Quote Originally Posted by Izy
    bev - I tried the circle magic pattern, I have put a separate topic up with pictures for you to see, thanks its great fun!!
    Would you please put the link here. Things get lost in the shuffle and I'd love to see your circle magic.
    http://www.brandysquiltpatterns.com/
    Here ya go kiddo

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    Thanks so much Bev!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by gcathie
    Thanks so much Bev!!
    Your so very Welcome

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    I love this quilt ! It is most intersting.. Think I could handle the squares. I love the county colors too. Maybe after I get done with all my new material for the grandma's garden stuff.
    If you get to make this , please post it !

    Chairjogger
    Good luck !!

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    that looks like a great pattern, and perfect for using up scraps!!!

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    I really like this one!!! Thanks Bev!

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    :D Thank you for the link...really nice

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    I will always be the first to bring out a temporary plastic foundation for speeding up the EPP method. I taught Brandy in 1996 at a quilt show in Lawton, OK (she watched me demo several times a day for the 3 day show to remember it). She made enough changes to get her own copyright. IMHO I am still the best technique.

    http://quiltpati.tripod.com

    The Butterfly Pincushion Pin Kit is the newest in my line of patterns. It is the only pattern that include the plastic pieces needed to complete the small project.

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    I have made this pattern also...I sew for linus and use my childrens scraps and some others for this quilt to give away to linus...comes out very pretty...and easy too... :D

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    I`m making one now with my scraps !!!

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