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Thread: McCall's Quick Quilts magazine

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    Oh so cute!

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    Cute idea. I downloaded the patterns they offered for free. Thank you.

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    Yup I love it too......I just finished two biggie quilts (queen and king), so am up for something small. This is calling to me, so off to the store this a.m. for the magazine. Thanks for sharing.

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    I have that one marked on my "to do" list it is so cute

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    Yes it's cte but I'll be doing the snowman one first! Love it

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    Adorable, love it! Something else for me to do now. Thanks for sharing.

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    How cute is that?????? Love it.

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    Just what I needed; another thing to do on my list

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    :thumbup:

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    :lol: Cute!

    Wouldn't it be cute hanging in the sewing room with buttons as the ornaments?

    :lol:

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    If I don't quit drooling and wanting to make every Christmas project I see I am going to need more wall room. I love decorating for the holiday season and start the day after Thanksgiving. I think I am going to have to devote all of 2012 to doing Christmas projects, they are just so cheerful & pretty.

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    Just got my copy! hadn't looked at it yet but went to the site and love it! thanks for pointing it out.

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    Looks like a fun thing to make!

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    Oh, this could provide a home for those adorable light bulb charms from the after-Christmas sale of 2009.

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    I has also decided to make this in other colors.

    I found some very pretty poinsettia fabric in a
    pinkish rose color so I want going to make it in
    pinks for my oldest daughter.

    Might even do one in blue, purple, yellow and red
    for various family members.

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    I like that one too and it does not take up the whole wall and can be easy to take down after x-mas. Thanks. My Public Library carries that magazine, so guess where I will be going.
    IdahoSandy

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    Really cute and should be so easy. A good way to use scraps.

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    Haven't been able to put that magazine down since it came yesterday. I loved that Christmas wallhanging! Thought it was precious and looks so easy too!

    I also loved the scrappy looking log cabin in there as well. I liked the smaller blocks, but sure would take a long time to make a queen or king size quilt. Worth it though!

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    Thanks. I've been planning in my head to do a Christmas tree for years. I've collected all sorts of things to use to decorate it. Just wasn't sure how to do the tree but this is really easy. I'm really excited about making one. I checked out the issue online and there are some other nice things in there. I was curious but never ordered that particular magazine. I just might try it. Thanks again.

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    Good job Louise, including all the info ,so we don't have to ask or wonder about it.

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    Thanks. The quilt is very cute and I can see the possibility of so many different embellishments!

    I guess if it doesn't snow here tomorrow, I'll RUN out to the book store to get a copy. (Today just cruel wind and pouring rain!)

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    I got my issue a couple of days ago. I like the snowmen and the tree and the log cabin, too!!!!!

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    Thanks for sharing. The pattern is easy to see and must be two and a half inch squares and half squares. Looks like fun. Thanks again.

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    Very cute.

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    I can figure out the tree, but how do the lights attach. Are they battery operated?

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