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Thread: Please ... Show me the block?

  1. #26
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    Check out this book by the Turning Twenty ladies:
    http://www.amazon.com/Turning-Twenty.../dp/B000M4IRF4

    Not exactly the same but close.

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    Check some Swirly Girls patterns...they have several that are similar.

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    try this one http://www.beverlys.com/hoffman-free...e-pattern.html I was trying to the "Fat Quarter Shuffle" pattern and came across this one. Take a look.

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    This is book 3 of Turning Twenty, "Turning Twenty Around the Block". This is probably more suited as it is designed for both horizontal and vertical embroidery designs.

    https://www.thequiltbear.com/store-detail.php?ID=621

    OOPS, looks like SweetAna and I both had the same thought!

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    Hello, with the help of Mr. G.... I found this:

    http://www.marquisanddawe.co.uk/bedd...bedspread-p881

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1000scraps View Post
    Hello, with the help of Mr. G.... I found this:

    http://www.marquisanddawe.co.uk/bedd...bedspread-p881
    WOW well done and not bad prices all things considered.

    I was gong to suggedt this pattern http://www.byannie.com/media/images/...s_patterns.pdf as it superb for highlight good fabric and s easy to make.

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    Personally, I love the Turning Twenty books. The quilts go together quickly and some are designed for showcasing individual or fussy-cut fabrics. I need to check out again the ones designed to incorporate t-shirts.
    When someone mentions quilting, I go to pieces!

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