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Thread: ♥ What do all of you make from Fat Quarters? Let's share ideas! Share your Pictures and Links with us!

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    Love, love, LOVE your bargellos!!!

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    That was meant for Wendysquilts -- her bargellos, esp. the water one with the fish swimming through, is one I'd love to have!! Great job, Wendy!

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    I just finished piecing together a twisted bargello made from 20 FQs. My LQS had the class taught by an amazing instructor with great tips for tackling this project; it wasn't nearly as tough as I thought is would be, just time- and work-intensive. Who knew 20 FQs could produce such a great project!

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    what is a D9P?

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    10 Minute block...if you reduce the size to 9", you can get four blocks (most of the time)

    small bargello ...table runner, wall hanging

    D9P

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    Quilts pot holders wallets pinchions baby bibs etc.

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    Thanks for the D9P answer. Good to know.

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    Wonder Wallets. I must have made about 250 of them so far.
    I have been selling them. Everyone loves them.
    Linda

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    Baltimore Album Applique.....

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    I guess I lead a sheltered life.LOL but what is a wonder wallet and can you post directions. Thanks

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    Would love to see pics of your wallets!!!

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    We did a pattern called "Beveled Blocks" in the last quilting class that I took using Fat Quarters. I don't have a picture available here right now to send. But I loved it, because I used purple and teal in the blocks. Purple being my favorite color and teal a good second.

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    I make these little boxy pouches with fat quarters.

    Tutorial link here.

    http://threebears.wordpress.com/2007...ouch-tutorial/

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    If I can figure out how to get the pictures of my wallets to my camera to my computer I will post them.

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    Wait, we are supposed to USE them? I thought they were for collecting and looking at and petting---silly me! :shock:

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    That would be great!!

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    I don't use fat quarters. I would rather have yardage.

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    My hat pincushion and other pincushions.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tudey
    Wait, we are supposed to USE them? I thought they were for collecting and looking at and petting---silly me! :shock:
    Hahahahaha that was cute ;)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tudey
    Wait, we are supposed to USE them? I thought they were for collecting and looking at and petting---silly me! :shock:
    Ditto!! lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mrs Mike
    sweettreat.com has a bunch of quilt patterns that can be made with 8 fat quarters
    I also use their patterns and/or kits. Their "Sweet Treats" are nice and the patterns are quick and easy. I always look for their booth whenever I attend a quilt show.

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    I just made a quilt top with parts of 16 fat quarters from a pattern on the internet. When the quilt is finished I will post pics. Until then, here is a link to the pattern--it was quick and fun and mine will be a charity quilt.

    http://www.u-createcrafts.com/2010/0...simple-by.html

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    I'm on my second one now. (pictures below) The first one is called 'Go With The Flow'. And the second one is my current project, 'Crayon Box'. Both have been made strictly with fat quarters from my stash. Sorry about the lighting, my gd took the pictures.

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    very nice!!!

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    wickedly easy quilt free pattern.
    will do a Turning Twenty soon.

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