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Thread: Has anybody made the Third Time Around pattern?

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    Super Member SueSew's Avatar
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    Has anybody made the Third Time Around pattern?

    I'd like to try it for a scrappy fat-quarter quilt but I wondered if anyone else on the board might have made it and how it worked out

    Here it is http://www.aquiltersdream.com/Third-...und_p_168.html
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    No. Haven't made that one, but it looks interesting. Let me know how it works out.

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    I haven't made it either but I think it would look great as a scrappy!

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    It looks like it would make up good as a scrappy quilt. Give it a try. Scrappy is my middle name!! LOL

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    that's a beautiful quilt. scrappy would work great.
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    Love scrappy quilts - think it would look great - but no, haven't tried it myself.

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    Looks very similar to the Bouillabaisse quilts. If you Google "bouillabaisse quilt images" you'll get a plethora of gorgeous, scrappy quilts to drool over!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish View Post
    Looks very similar to the Bouillabaisse quilts. If you Google "bouillabaisse quilt images" you'll get a plethora of gorgeous, scrappy quilts to drool over!
    Peckish, thanks for the great sites!! Drooling over the quilts (AND the accidental seafood links as I wait for DH to get out of the barn and sit down for dinner.
    I think this pattern is a lot easier it's all 1 1/2" strips except for the center pieces and except for the big triangle setting blocks there aren't any bias 'opportunities'.

    I'm going to try to get it done for Christmas for my son. Famous last words. I will be 'peckish" myself on those triangles before I'm done.
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    I haven't done it, but looks like a fun one! Please do share pics with us of yours!
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    I haven't done it, either, but I'll bet it will be outstanding as a scrappy. I'll look forward to seeing your version.

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    Nice looking quilt.
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    Bought the pattern and batiks at Houston. Hope to get to it after the holidays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SueSew View Post
    Peckish, thanks for the great sites!! Drooling over the quilts (AND the accidental seafood links as I wait for DH to get out of the barn and sit down for dinner.
    I think this pattern is a lot easier it's all 1 1/2" strips except for the center pieces and except for the big triangle setting blocks there aren't any bias 'opportunities'.

    I'm going to try to get it done for Christmas for my son. Famous last words. I will be 'peckish" myself on those triangles before I'm done.
    ROFL!!!

    Starch your bias, that may help.

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    I bought the pattern a couple months ago but haven't tackled it yet...

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    no but it looks cool.
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    I like the pattern and I think it says they did it in various fat quarters. I think it might be one of those patterns that attention to value or contrast is important (IMHO).
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    no havent made it scraps would be great
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    Great pattern..
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