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Thread: charity quilt paterns

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    charity quilt paterns

    Please tell me a webpage for free patterns for children. I am interested in the 5easy pieces for example
    Thanks

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    Check out Project Linus. They have lots of free patterns for charity.
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    This site has lots of kiddie patterns, especially good for charity quilts:
    http://www.azblankets4kids.com/patterns.htm

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    Mary Johnson has maryquilts.com It is loaded with free quilt patterns. She even allows you to sell quilts made from her patterns, just says you cannot claim the patterns or directions as your own creation.

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    Good sites. Also try http://www.quilterscache.com/ Marsha does a great job on her site, last known count was over 1600 blocks to look at and how it looks made up by her or by one of her helpers. Easy to follow directions.

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    I just make up my own or some I have done before.
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    Thanks for sharing some lovely links !

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    Check out the Missouri Star Quilt Company videos on YouTube. Many of their examples are quick, attractive, and easy.

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    Here is a link to a charity block drive, seems to be an ongoing thing for string blocks. A great way to use up scraps!
    https://katandcatquilts.blogspot.com...-giveaway.html

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    Check the patterns at Quilts for Kids.

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    Warm-Wishes is my go-to pattern. It looks more difficult than it really is to make.

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    Kids charity quilts

    Thank you one and all for your suggestions.

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