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Thread: looking for a quick easy pattern, Turning Twenty, can anyone share?

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    looking for a quick easy pattern, Turning Twenty, can anyone share?

    I need to make a quickie, has anyone got a download for the turning twenty pattern they can share? Thanks fellow quilties! Appreciate any help! Thanks, Teresa

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    OK just found an older post that it is a copy righted pattern and can't be shared on the board, ? so I guess its to shops to buy the pattern!

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    We'd sure like to see it when you're done!

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    how about take 5 pattern only 5 pieces in each blocks and blocks are big!!!
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    Maybe you can check your library or quilting buddies to see if they have the book. They do have some used ones on Amazon also. Not sure when you needed to get started on it.

    This is also on my list of patterns to try. Look forward to seeing the results.
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    I sent you a pm.
    Got fabric?

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    you could try something similar to : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxC-0T5lXw4 making your own design of cuts ...
    Liz / Calgary

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    Thanks for posting this!

    Quote Originally Posted by Liz92B View Post
    you could try something similar to : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxC-0T5lXw4 making your own design of cuts ...

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    Good luck!
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    There IS a free pattern out there if you Google it....I'd love to tell you where but I don't remember...
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    This is the easiest pattern you can imagine - I've done 3 or 4 of them and I LOVE them because they look like so much more than what they are. They're Wickedly Easy on the byAnnie site: http://www.byannie.com/free-patterns/

    They go together so fast, you won't believe it. And if you get enough contrast in there, it will just sparkle.

    Here are the third (full size) and first one (king size) I made in Texas fabrics - the second Texas one (also king-size) went overseas with my husband and I didn't get a good picture of it:
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    Love the tutorial Double Layer cake. that is so super easy and cute.

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    To the poly parrot,

    Thanks for posting the quilts you made using Wickedly Easy pattern. I had pulled that out of my notebook and got out FQs but wondered how it would look. Love the FQ patterns and those with multiple sizes.

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    AUQuilter, I think I had around 45-50 different fabrics, but this pattern looks good in a lot fewer fabrics and in a much more limited palette. I like the FQ patterns, too.

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    I love the Turning Twenty Pattern books. I also like the Yellow Brick Road pattern when you need easy and quick!
    Karen in Kentucky

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    I love MSQ tutorials. They are the best and most fun and their daily deals are great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QUILTNMO View Post
    how about take 5 pattern only 5 pieces in each blocks and blocks are big!!!
    The Take Five pattern is terrific. Fast & goes together well.

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    There is a easy and quick pattern for sale. It is Just Can't cut it .by All Washed Up. www.allwashesupquilts.com.
    I love it have made over forty of them for gifts. The lap is like a twin size. I cut it in half and make two lap quilts, but have to buy extra fabric for the other boarder.
    JRL

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jacqueline Lloyd View Post
    There is a easy and quick pattern for sale. It is Just Can't cut it .by All Washed Up. www.allwashesupquilts.com.
    I love it have made over forty of them for gifts. The lap is like a twin size. I cut it in half and make two lap quilts, but have to buy extra fabric for the other boarder.
    JRL
    The link didn't work for me, but I found a pattern here
    http://www.stitchntimefabrics.com/sh...sku-AWU-01.htm
    Sadiemae

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    Quote Originally Posted by Liz92B View Post
    you could try something similar to : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jxC-0T5lXw4 making your own design of cuts ...
    I checked out this video and loved this fabric and just spent $50 buying some. I thought I was doing so well by just coming to the QB and not shopping and then...oops! Dang, I thought I could contain myself! I loved the fabric!!! Took me a long time to find some online. Every place was sold out.
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    Oh my goodness. I like all these mentioned here.

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    Just found this;

    http://www.ehow.com/how_7172292_make...ilt-block.html

    It takes you through the steps of making a turning twenty quilt

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    What is a take 5 pattern? Never heard of it.
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    Just finished my 2nd turning twenty quilt. I could loan you my book and then you could mail it back...

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