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Thread: Quick, Easy, Yet Stunning??

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    Junior Member Jennifer's Avatar
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    I enlarged this Rainy Day quilt pattern by adding extra blocks. I cut, pieced and completed the top this past weekend. I chained pieced the crap out of it. I did a 7 x 8 block layout and my quilt top is 70x80 inches I believe or around that area. I have not actually measured it. Here is the blog where I found the pattern

    http://quiltingintherain.blogspot.co...ays-quilt.html
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    Look at the quilt on this thread for a disappearing nine patch from batiks that is truly stunning:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...s-t210450.html

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    I have my eye on this pattern called Nature Rhythms by Johnny Karwan:
    http://www.clothworkstextiles.com/pd...ythmsquilt.pdf

    I'm thinking it would look great even if I simplify by eliminating the gray strips and using squares of Asian fabrics. Seems to me this is a really nice pattern for some of those prints I don't know what to do with.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tapper View Post
    I agree with the others....the D9P is an easy one that looks complicated.
    I also like the BQ, BQ2 & BQ3 patterns from Maple Island Quilts.

    http://www.mapleislandquilts.com/quiltpatterns.asp

    http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&q=...HMeP0QGC7YCIAw
    I agree this is super fast and easy - BQ2 - it is all in the fabric
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    http://www.spotlight.com.au/inspirat...-garden-quilt/
    This is my go to - it isn't too old fashioned for me (a lot of the quick ones are for me) and your focus fabric can really make it - here it is in Hawaiian prints...
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    I made it in Spiderman fabrics and it looked totally different. It goes together VERY quick. Caution though - not sure if they updated the pattern or not but the last two borders were not correct so don't cut those out right away to be on the safe side - or draw it out and do the math to make sure it's good to go.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pamesue View Post
    I agree this is super fast and easy - BQ2 - it is all in the fabric

    Speaking of all in the fabric----------a good while back there was a stunning quilt called "lava flow". If I recall, the pattern was the very easy and quick Turning 20--------------------but in fantastic red/black and I think orange batiks.
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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...lt-t91252.html


    This is where I saw the Lava Flow quilt. It's a good ways down the page.

    When I googled a lava flow quilt, I got bunches of images---------only one close to this one. Very close but I don't think this is the same one. It's image P9194438.jpg from kimitsallaboutme's blog
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