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Thread: Charm Packs, what do you do?

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    Super Member dublb's Avatar
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    Brady TX
    MaryLane - Have you tried anything yet???? Inquiring minds want ta know. We'd love ta see what ya came up with.
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    Super Member Judith1005's Avatar
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    Finally I Found It.!!!

    I finally found the blog that I posted this idea from. I wanted to credit the right person. I visit so many blogs...(sheepish look) it took me awhile to find it.http://snippetsofaquilter.blogspot.c...are-quilt.html
    Quote Originally Posted by Judith1005 View Post
    I saw a pattern recently...You take a nine patch block and cut it width wise in half and length wise in half. It makes a new block. Then you just turn it any way you want. 2 charm packs is enough for a lap size quilt. It was really cool. This is not my idea and I can't remember which blog I saw it on. I will keep looking and post if I can find it.
    My little shinning stars. Brantley, Kaylynn, and Emmalee

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    I used one entire pack to make disappearing 4-patches. They are the body of a baby girl quilt. I would post pictures but the only ones I have are on my blog and I got dinged for posting a link to it on another post. Did not realize that was verboten!

    Only 5 more to use up! I am pretty sure I am not going to buy anymore of these. They cause me SOOOO much stress.

    Thanks for the help.


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