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Thread: Caught up on my quilts for Christmas I thought.....

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    How about a pinwheel from a couple of charm packs????

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    Warm Wishes is usually my quick, go-to pattern. Also the Downey quilts that have an 8" solid block alternated w/a 4 patch is quick and easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AmyBaby
    I like the jelly roll challenge quilts.
    I saw one on here recently do not know how to find it again. All the strips were sewed end to end then cut--or something like that, Where can I find the pattern?
    Thanks, Bj

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    Quote Originally Posted by cherrio
    that bq2 looks a bit complicated. easy?
    I just finished the bq 2. It's fast and easy. I was surprised because it looked hard. It's great for lg. scale fabric

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    I like all of the BQ for a quick quilt and 4 blocks make a baby quilt.

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    My daughter and I were able to finish a "braided" quilt top in one day. Great easy pattern and looks amazing when done.

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    It looks like you have a long list of ideas. I would say the rail fence and Quilt in a Day Log Cabin go really fast. I would like to see the pattern for the D9P and D4P.

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    My horsey loving DIL would absolutely love that quilt. Very very nice.

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