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Does anyone know a quilt block Quilt starts with Margeret's Choice???Quilt STUCK IN PROGRESS Mmmmmmm

Does anyone know a quilt block Quilt starts with Margeret's Choice???Quilt STUCK IN PROGRESS Mmmmmmm

Old 10-29-2007, 08:10 PM
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:? :wink: I have #1 Margeret's Choice #2 Spinner does anyone know what comes next, the quilt came from Ol'e Quilts but they don't have it anyways. Sooo Can anyone help me put it together with 10 more Blocks that will fit nice. I'm sure with a bunch of creative creatures we have here it'll be a Breeze!!!! Quilt stuck in Progress.
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Old 10-29-2007, 08:13 PM
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:? :wink: Margaret's Choice is first then TheSpinner,soooo What's next??? Quilt Stuck in Progress.
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Old 10-29-2007, 08:50 PM
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I checked my usual spots, found the blocks you already did, but no references to Ol'e quilts. Maybe EBay?
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Old 10-30-2007, 09:01 AM
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Quilter's Cache has Margaret's Choice, with alot of companion star pieces.

http://www.quilterscache.com/QuiltBlocksGalore54.html
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Dear, it sounds like you were starting a sampler quilt, which means you get to choose whatever you like for the other 10 blocks. Go for it!

If you put sashing between them, ANY blocks will do. It will be simpler if you make them all the same size, but even that is not obligatory; just use "coping strips" to even them out. Be creative. If you don't want to use sashing, then consider picking "cousins" of the two blocks you have. They both can be broken down into 4 by 4 patches, and there are a heap of similar blocks to choose from.

Main thing: have fun!

I did find a shop called Quilts Olé in New Mexico. Were they the ones who got you started?

http://www.quiltsole.com/

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