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Thread: 4 inch squares

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    Junior Member fred liniger's Avatar
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    Making double four square blocks might work.. tried to add picture didn't work fast block
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    Arkansas Crossroads. There's one version on Bonnie Hunter's site http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2005/...h-of-july.html with instructions, and you can use any combination of scrappy squares in this quilt as long as your 4 patches have light and dark contrast and you pick one unifying fabric for the larger squares (the ones that are white in the Quiltville version). Do a Google image search for Arkansas Crossroads quilts to see many examples.
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    check Bonnie Hunter's Quiltville site. she has lots of free patterns. Here is the link: http://quiltville.blogspot.com/p/free-patterns.html that is just the page for the free pattens. she has lots of other info too.

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