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Thread: I Need some help!

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    Senior Member dizzy's Avatar
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    when i lived in Indiana i went to the libary an got found two books of quilting designs that i made sure i got them copied.an it said in the front of the book anybody cuold use them.an i knew i wasn't going to be living in Fort Wayne much longer an i couldn't just hop in the van an go get the book an get a pattern out of it. so i traced copies out of it.anput it in a binder so they wouldn't get damaged.you all would not believe my sewing room i have material that i know is at least 30 yrs old because K-mart hasn't sold yard goods since before i got out of high school.my room is 11'x16' an i need that much more room just to move all i got in there is a walk way.an that aint all of it. my hubby an i are going to add on to this trailor so i can have a bigger room,

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    That was very kind and generous of you dizzy!!! Thank You :D :D :D

    You can also trace out of color books, the lines there are very simple to follow :wink:

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    My thots too! Prism....that would kinda tie everything together.. OR go on line and google coloring books in whatever design you are looking for..

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    for quilting patterns check a childs coloring book from a dollar store If they have to many fine lines you can always just get the shape that you want Hope this helps

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    The last time I looked for coloring books - I didn't see any with the simple shapes - they all had scenes with lots and lots of lines

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    Good luck. Try using cookie cutters or simple line drawings in coloring books. I personally prefer continious line quilting patterns. They were created for longarming but they work great for handquilting.

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    I wanted to add, If you need a template of something. You can search for ie, dragonfly coloring pages. and you get free drawings from many sites

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