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Old 07-14-2020, 01:39 PM
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I thought it was quiltville by Bonnie Hunter but I can't seem to find it. The website list all kinds of free blocks with different sizes to make each one. Does anyone on this forum know what I am talking about.
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There are all kinds of websites out there with free quilt block patterns. Quilterscache is the largest https://www.quilterscache.com/
https://www.generations-quilt-patter...-patterns.html is another.
Just Google Free Quilt block patterns
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Old 07-14-2020, 02:19 PM
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Do you need to resize something, BlackBerry? We can help. Or are you just looking for blocks of a particular size?
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Old 07-14-2020, 05:09 PM
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Perhaps you are thinking about Sherri McConnell/ a quilting life? She does a block of the month each year, with 6”, 12, 18” blocks
https://www.aquiltinglife.com/2020/0...uly-2020.html/
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Generations Quilt patterns is my favorite for encyclopedic things like this. And I find their sewing directions to be very good also.
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I don't have a website to recommend, but the "All in One Block Tool" has been a lifesaver for me. It's usually with the books in the quilt shop.
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I think my favorite "go to" websites are Generations and Quilterscache.
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Was it https://mywebquilter.com/block_by_skill.aspx?
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this site has some really interesting blocks.https://www.patchworksquare.com/

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I thought it was quiltville by Bonnie Hunter but I can't seem to find it. The website list all kinds of free blocks with different sizes to make each one. Does anyone on this forum know what I am talking about.
Thank you all for responding to my request. The website Quilter's Cache and Generations were what I was looking for.
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