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Thread: “Turning Twenty”

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    “Turning Twenty”

    I saw this on Pinterest but couldn’t get to this particular quilt. Wondering if it’s a “Disappearing” technique. Thought it might work for using some scraps.
    https://pin.it/ap4l6oa4kiwrm5

    Thanks for any input.

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    its for using up fat qtrs. turns out great.

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    here's where the 'pin' came from... no info about the quilt, but the original posting is from 2011
    http://karenscreations.blogspot.com/...w-project.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by bstock View Post
    it does look like that is the one.... it is available here https://www.amazon.com/Turning-Twent...+Simply+Sashed
    Nancy in western NY
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    Life may not be the party we hoped for, but while we are here we might as well dance.

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    Thanks, girls. It is the one and I hate to have to buy a book but some days we just have to do it. I hoped to figure it out from a picture but couldn’t find a real clear one.

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    You gals are awesome...that looks like a fun twist on a Turning Twenty.
    attitude is everything...the rest will fall into place.

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    Turning twenty is a commercial pattern that has been out for many years. It uses 20 fat quarters, no waste, a fun beginner project. I’m sure the pattern is still available
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    I can't remember the author's name, but she has at least 5 books, maybe more, using her Turning 20 blocks. They are super easy.

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    They are easy patterns & can put a small dent in your fat quarters. I have also done the patterns using 9 & 12 FQ.

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    I love that pattern!!!!!!!
    But if you have to buy the book I'm going to pass. I'm all done buying books

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    Here is a video with pretty detailed cutting instructions. You could probably figure out placement once you have the right sized pieces.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p-awMuNwlo0

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