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Thread: Donation Quilts

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    Junior Member Momwood's Avatar
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    I have been asked to put together a couple of 90x90 size quilt tops for a project for my church. I have lots of patterns for children and babies but none for this size. Any Ideas??? :roll:

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    repeat repeat repeat... good luck

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    How about log cabin or rail fence? Those are pretty simple aren't they?

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    you can add borders to any quilt to make it a certain size

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    how about a square in a square quilt? You can make as many blocks as you need to obtain that size

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    Thanks for the ideas. I will check online for patterns for some of them. :-)

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    Warm Wishes

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    Quote Originally Posted by Momwood
    I have been asked to put together a couple of 90x90 size quilt tops for a project for my church. I have lots of patterns for children and babies but none for this size. Any Ideas??? :roll:
    I would suggest log cabin, rail fence, nine patch or maybe snowball. My first instinct was to say "traditional" as they are donation quilts for the church (Does that age me or what (LOL))

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    Warm wishes is a good pattern and easy to do.

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    Junior Member Momwood's Avatar
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    I have never heard of "Warm Wishes" Where can I find the pattern? :?

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    quilterscache.com has lots of free paterns. She gives the sizes to cut for all the parts too and shows what the finished quilt will look like.

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