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Old 03-21-2007, 10:10 AM
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Remmember those Biscuit quilts that looked like puff balls! I saw one at a thrift shop . I didn't buy it, however,I wish I could find a pattern for one I thought it would make a cute baby quilt. thank-you for any help on this. I think they were popular in the 70's. Thanks for any help Donna
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Old 03-21-2007, 10:15 AM
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well Donna, I have that pattern at home, I think it's simplicity, I'll let you know for sure when i get home. I've made 3 one for full bed, a twin and a crib. They sure are heavy but unique.
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i would like to know about that pattern thanks dorothy from tenn
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Old 03-22-2007, 02:57 AM
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Kathy thanks for the information. I will look at the pattern books.
But it is probably not in publication anymore,but will check.
I will let you know .
Thanks, Donna
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:oops: I forgot to look. i will tie a string around my neck..I mean my finger to do it tonite
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http://www.quilterscache.com/P/PuffQuiltingBlock.html

Is this the link you are looking for?

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Originally Posted by kathy
:oops: I forgot to look. i will tie a string around my neck..I mean my finger to do it tonite
try your toe. it's the latest fashion statement
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Old 03-22-2007, 05:18 AM
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Mmmm! I'll start one of those to.......


A post script, I lost my little dog in Jan........I have always had a dog, today I am going to the dog shelter to adopt........I will post a pic when I get one......I love the scrappy look , the more colors the better :wink: You know an all american mutt
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Old 03-22-2007, 05:19 AM
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June, that is the same but the Simplicity pattern has different size pieces for the different size quilts and a double ruffle. It also shows how to put them together to make a big star in the middle. They are very heavy (and warm) but I had to take mine to the washateria so I could put it in a front loader. Now it's packed away. The baby size are real good for pallets because they are so thick.
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Originally Posted by PatriceJ
Originally Posted by kathy
:oops: I forgot to look. i will tie a string around my neck..I mean my finger to do it tonite
try your toe. it's the latest fashion statement
don't you think it would draw attention away from all the rings
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