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Thread: Take Two quilt project

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    Take Two quilt project

    Several months ago I found a project for a quilt group called Take Two. As I recall you worked in a team with a partner and used two yards or two different fabrics to make a crib size quilt as a team. It was a rail fence style quilt. One person cut while the other sewed. It could be done in a few hours. Does this sound familiar to anyone? I tried to search for it on this site, but found nothing. I seem to recall the person who posted it redirected us to another site, but don't recall which one. I would like to use this for our guild, but can't seem to find the copy I ran off or the site. Thanks for the help. Donna

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    If it is the same Take Two pattern I found on here, it is by www.kickassquilts.com. I tonly takes 2 fabrics. I ahve made sereral quilts with this pattern and I make various sizes. I actually have one half sewn right now. Good luck.

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    I can't get the link to open

    Sylvia

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    YES!!!!!!! Wow, good job! That's the quilt. How do you guys find all this so quickly? I'm amazed. Thank you so much. Donna

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    Thanks for sharing!
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    Thanks for the link, diamondee. This would be great to use a variety of novelty fabrics for the focus fabric. It would make a great I Spy quilt.

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    I made one for my "New Year's Day quilt". I make a lap quilt on New Year's Day, I make some thing quick and easy. I want to start the year off on a positive foot.
    old wives tale says what ever you do on New Year's Day is what you will do all year. I started and finished a quilt. Last year I paid bills and taxes, and did laundry on New Year's Day....all year all I did was laundry and pay bills.
    Not this year..
    Very fun and quick quilt. started at about 10:30 and finished the binding at about 8 that evening. I had fun!

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    Let us see it when done.
    Wayne & Gabriele, the married quilters.

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