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    Super Member girliegirl's Avatar
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    what else is an easy throw together top pattern ?? any suggestions???

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    Warm wishes, Yellow Brick Road,

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    ok, gonna google now................ you're gonna have me up all night now!
    Quote Originally Posted by Jim's Gem
    Warm wishes, Yellow Brick Road,

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    I 2nd Warm Wishes. I can finish a kid's size in a weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by girliegirl
    what else is an easy throw together top pattern ?? any suggestions???
    Here's a couple of threads from today
    A spinoff from Warm Wishes
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-161113-1.htm#top

    OK, maybe not an easy throw together, but it's beautiful!
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-161155-1.htm

    And of course, there's the inevitable D9P or D4P


    Or How about these?
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-122204-1.htm

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    Here's another one from today .... good scrap-user-upper
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-161124-1.htm

    You know what you really should do .... a OBW?
    And they do whip up pretty darned fast! You'd love doing it.

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    I love a triple rail for speed and color interest. Just piece the strips and you're done sewing the blocks, easy peasy!

    I have a pattern if you are interested.

    Jan in VA
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    Wow the triple rail is sweet.........

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    I did google of warm wishes pattern last night and it's easy and fast,or so it seems. Free pattern from project Linus.

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    Allover half square triangles are fast and fun.

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    10 Minute block is way easy, with only 3 seams ( see tutorial on the board here ).I have 4 donation quilts started using this quick pattern, really easy once I got past one little hang up on the center diamond part being sewn down.. I learned the squares cut at least over 7 inches makes it MUCH easier to do that cathedral looking part..

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    The fastest quilt I've ever done was probably Oh Fransson's Mixtape Modern. It's my go-to for scrap use-up, baby quilts, "Hey can you make me a quilt for my grandmother". It isn't modern looking if you use more traditional fabrics, and there's almost no fabric waste.

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    how about missouri quilt QAG where you sew strips to backing and batting
    then put binding on and youe done!
    Soory don`t have the line
    just google
    Gale

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