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Thread: A helpful chart

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    A helpful chart

    Here's a chart that tells you mattress sizes & how many blocks or what size you need to make a quilt for those mattresses.

    http://jellyrolls2go.com/charts?___store=default
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    Thanks, it will make a difference!
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    Great chart! I'll definitely put this to use! Thank you for sharing.

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    very handy chart. I've got to put ink in the printer so I can print it. Thanks for sharing.

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    Thank you for sharing this handy chart, I'm sure it will be very useful.

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    Now that will come in handy! Thanks so much for sharing it.
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    Excellent chart; one that I would use alot! Thank you for sharing! I am also sharing it with a quilting friend.
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    thanks will print out one for me and one for my friend thanks much

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    Thank you. I need all the help I can get.

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    thanks for sharing. this is a good thing to have.

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    Awesome!! I just printed it out to save in my binder! Thanks for sharing the info!
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    Great chart. Will make it so easy to figure out sizes. Thanks for sharing.
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    that is fabulous! thanks.

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    Thanks, very helpful and handy to have.
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    I don't think I have ever made a quilt to fit any bed. I just grow them till I think they're done. I do understand the reason for this standard but I just can't stop at any certain size. They just get as big as they have to. I do admire people who can work to size and be done. I never did have boundries.
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    Thanks, this will be a really useful chart. I saved it to my documents. I wish it gave waterbed sizes, because I have to make one for my son and his wife. I will probably have to just measure their bed and see what kind of drop they want.

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    That is very nice of you....thanks.

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    Thank you, this will be a great help
    happy to have enough stash fabric at all time

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    Thank you so much for the great information. I printed it out and will share with my friends also.

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    thanks, I won't have to measure so much now that I have this......

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    Thanks. I've printed it.

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