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    String quilt with muslin backing.

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    One of the first quilts I ever did was by Terry Atkinson Designs called Yellow Brick Road. Sooo easy and the piecing went together like a glove!

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    I took 2 fabrics, one floral and one solid with matching colors, layered them right sides together cut them the same size (I think 3 maybe 3 1/2 inches square) and alternated the pieces as I sewed. Just cut then sewed pieces until it was wide enough then went on to the next row and did the same only starting with the opposite solid or floral for each row. I guess it could be called a 1 patch, I finished the border and bound it with the leftovers.

    Turned into a really cute throw.

    Was easy and mindless when I wanted something simple to work on. The best part I could lay it aside for days or weeks at a time and didn't have to do a lot of thinking of "where was I?" when I went back to it.

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    Yellow Brick Road ... without a doubt!

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    D9P for sure.

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    What is a disappearing 9 patch?

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    the easiest quilt i have made is paper pieced. cut out print pictures of your favorites, box them in to form the quilt squares then join them together in rows quilt bind, thats it. all done.
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    rail fence, 4-layer cake, 9-patch

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewcrafty
    Shoo-Fly. Easy peasy!!
    The easiest was this sunbonnet sue - rail fence I made for my great niece.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsie
    This one for my grandson! It was fun!
    I love your quilt. That would be great for scraps

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    Quote Originally Posted by richbrote
    the easiest quilt i have made is paper pieced. cut out print pictures of your favorites, box them in to form the quilt squares then join them together in rows quilt bind, thats it. all done.
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    ahhh I love lighthouses. You sure did a great job!

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    I guess I have to say the Skull quilt I made my son. It just kinda went together on its own.
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    Anything by Eleanor Burns is pretty easy because she makes the instructions so easy to follow. My second quilt was from one of her books and it was a single Irish chain!

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    Take a yard and a half of fabric and unfold it.......take another yard and a half of a coordinating fabric and cut it lenghwise and also at the fold which gives you 4 pieces for the border. Place the border pieces on the length sides first then the top and the bottom and you got a quilt top. Tie it or quilt it and bind it and wala. I've completed one of these in 12 hours before.

    It was a marathon 12 hours....it was a last minute birthday gift for my 90 year old aunt and her birthday party was the next day......lol.

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    Where can I find a [attern for Disappearing Nine Patch?

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    RAG QUILT!!!!!!super fast and super easy.No binding required.

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    this is a rag quilt that I cut out on day 1 and finished it on day2.
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    I would suggest quilt in a day! It is total reverible, because you quilt as you go.you can get a throw done in about 8 hrs. That is cutting fabric, batting, and sewing together!! It was the first quilt I made, and also my at the time 8 yr old son made!!

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    OK found it. Check out this site

    http://www.sewvac1.com/Library/serger_baby_quilt.htm

    The only thing I change is I use 6 in. for the width of each strip.

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    I like Eleanor Burns' 9 Patch Toss. It looks like you've put a lot of work into it but it's so fast and easy.

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    Easiest one I've done was the first one I did. It had black and white nine patches alternating with red solid blocks that were the same size as the nine patches.

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    what a great fun quilt and soo easy..I will have to try this. I like to do quilts that are not always matching seams and points. very pretty!

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