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Thread: Wall Hanging Patterns

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    Member GrannyFitz4's Avatar
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    Feb 2011
    Western WA. State

    Unhappy Wall Hanging Patterns

    I get frustrated when I look at quilt magazines and the patterns are for lap quilts and larger quilts. I don't need any more bed quilts. I know it is possible to make a large quilt pattern smaller, but I guess I am math challenged. I recently made two lap sized quilt tops, but I have no wall where they would fit. One of these is an Irish Chain and the other is a French braid. I don't need lap quilts. Any suggestions?

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    Power Poster erstan947's Avatar
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    Feb 2010
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    http://www.google.com/search?q=Quilt...iw=990&bih=548 This is the results of a google search for "quilted wallhanging patterns". Check it out there all lots out there. Some are free and some for sale. Enjoy

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    Senior Member AnitaSt's Avatar
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    May 2010
    Marathon, Texas
    You might check out a couple of books that I have: one is Fat Quarter Small Quilts by Darlene Zimmerman...all are wallhanging size. She shows them in 1930's prints but they would be nice in any fabric collection. Another one is a Carrie Nelson book called Schnibbles Times Two...she has the same patterns sized for both 10" squares and 5" squares. And, of course, I think that all of her Schnibbles patterns are small quilts...lots of fun. You can see them all on her website http://www.missrosiesquiltco.com/


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