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Thread: What can I do with these 10" squares?

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    Super Member quiltingnonie's Avatar
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    That is some WILD fabric! You could make snowball blocks, with black for the corners.
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    On second thought-----------the DeNovo pattern is just perfect for your pieces. And the black sashing is also perfect.
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    Your son's art is beautiful.
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    just realized, the DeNovo is like the turning twenty pattern, but with sashing. Great pattern. And should sew up pretty quick.
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    I would the 10" block pattern for sure.....only 3 seams per block and no cutting. The fabric is too pretty to cut up. I used this pattern and loved it and it sewed up pretty quick. Google Suzanne McNeil 10" squares and there will be a tut.

    Let us know what you end up doing.
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    Sort them into pairs. Do half-square triangles. then sash each square with a 1 " strip on all four sides. Throw them into a bag. Pull out two. sew together. pull out two more sew together. Do that until you have them all sewn into pairs. Then repeat the process until you have them all sewn into fours. Rotate the triangles if needed to keep the same prints from adjoining. Then sew two sets of four together. Sew another two sets of four together. Sew these two four-sets together. Then sew a single set of four to one side. Repeat these steps until you have used all the half-square triangle blocks. Add a 4" black border around and you have a great quilt!
    You might even add solid inner borders of some of the colors that you really like to increase the size.

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    B2q pattern is awesome. I did it with a collection of golf fabric and use the. 12 inch pattern. It come
    s,with directions for 2 other sizes. Gorgeous fabric.....
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    Love the fabric

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    Quote Originally Posted by tesspug View Post
    10 minute block with black sashing?
    or . . .a friendship star from this line and black for the solid around the stars. they would pop!
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlienQuilter View Post
    Here you go: http://www.benartex.com/uploads/Imag...VAS/denovo.pdf

    It took some detective work but I found it!

    Thank you....I also could not find the pattern....it is already printed...you did some GREAT sleuthing!!!
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    Oh Char, I love that pattern! I can think of a za-gillion things to do with it.

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    Here is what I am thinking about doing. Gonna be fun rearranging these pieces to get the color placement just so so! My daughter is a bit OCD and she already said this will be fun for her to get it just perfect! ha!
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    Missouri Star Quilt Co. just today put out a new YouTube video on 10" layer cakes, making Chevrons. Go here to check it out: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BUNGH...ploademail-new
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    Missouri Quilts just sent out a new layer cake design on Ytube - How to make a Chevron Quilt using 10" Fabric Squares

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