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Thread: Turning Twenty versus Wickedley Easy Pattern

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    Is there a big difference between the Turning Twenty pattern and tne Wickedly Easy Pattern? The Wickedly Easy Pattern is free on line.
    Has anyone used both?

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    I think the pieces are larger in the Turning Twenty. I did print off the Wicked Easy patterns though..thanks, I didn't even know they existed.

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    I never heard of it either - like the pattern very much.

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    Dang! When I want to download it, it just comes up black. And I do have adobe. . .

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    i just printed it out with no problems,really looks cool

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    I hope it's not to late to say Thanks! love the wickedly easy pattern!

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    Thanks for the link.

    The WE looks like fun. Haven't tried the Turning Twenty so can't compare them. :-)

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    I have made both and either one works well. Both quilts work with a 16 1/2' block unit which means tops go together fast. The biggest difference is that you can get a scrappier look to the Wickedly Easy quilt as there are more pieces in a block amd you could make every piece using different fabric. It works up quickly as you only need 2 1/2' and 4 1/2" strips to construct your block. Both of these quilts are great to use up scraps or to teach a beginner to quilt as they will look good no matter what fabrics you use. The Turning Twenty block is probably the easier of the two as the pieces are fewer and larger.

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    I bookmarked Wickedly Easy,i don't know if i like it or not.
    Connie in CO

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    thanks for the link!!!

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    Thanks for the link, Bonnie. Makes things much easier.

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    I've made three of the Wickedly Easy and they really are that.

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    Both are good for begining quilters. We had a bunch of young begining quilters in here, wanting us to cut lots of FQs for their class, which of course we were happy to do. I tried to explain that buying a half yard of fabric and cutting it into 2 FQs was less expensive than buying FQs themself.

    At any rate it was fun for all, and they were all able to finish their quilts.

    Lanny

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    luv free patterns...

    and i was thinking about buying the turning 20...now i dont have to since they are similar...

    course if i really like doing the WE i will just "have to" get the turning 20 lol

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    Thanks for the new quilt.

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    Thank you for the pattern.

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