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Thread: What are your "must do" patterns?

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    My list is really long but whenever I think about the one I'll make for "me", I think of a Garden Twist with Snowballs. I saw one in a Quilt Shop once. I have never found the pattern for it but someday......

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    Quote Originally Posted by amandasgramma
    EVERY pattern I see, is my MUST DO!
    AMEN! Me too. I thought I had a quilting disease. :-)

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    I have the following must-do's on my list: Dear Jane, Bargello, Wedding Ring, Storm at Sea and Baltimore Album (which I am doing now).

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    Not enough "have" to do. So I guess the next one I just " to do is the next one,

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    i must of missed that where did u find it at

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    There is so many pretty patterns here and there, but I really want to make a Bow Tuck if that counts

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee Dee
    I don't know if this is the same Autumn Splendor quilt pattern you are referring to at http://www.henscratchquilting.com/cwionmobebaf.html
    But it is in my "Must Do" list for this year.

    Quote Originally Posted by Patty Patches
    Theres an autumn splender quilt calling my name.
    Well now that I've seen it...it's calling my name as well! Geesh! I too will need to live to be 132 to finish all of my 'must do' quilts!
    Blessings,
    MaryAnna

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    Mine would have to be a Sunbonnet Sue and Log Cabin quilt. There are about a dozen or so more just begging to be started.

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    I have so many patterns that I want to do and I keep looking for more. Since moving in with my son and his family I have had to stop buying fabrics as I have nowhere to put anymore but patterns take up so little space. When I see one that is different I have to have it and then it becomes one of my "One Day I'll make this" patterns. I like different patterns and that is how I started making bargellos. They really aren't as difficult as they appear. Now I am getting into applique and paper piecing. I have decided that I will have to live to 100 plus years to have any chance at making most of them and that is only if I quit buying more patterns.

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    I found 2 Jenny Beyer patterns I just love. I already have more than I could possibly do in ten life times but I think I would enjoy the challenge of these two quilts. Of course, I can't start until I finish the king size one I'm working on, the one in my head for my grandson, the baby quilt top I've done for a shower, the one ........and some of the table runners, place mats, etc I already have in my ufo drawer.

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    I have a Take 5 on my next to do list. I am also going to do a Buzz Saw quilt for my husband by this Christmas, I promise, I swear....or at least a pillow.

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    I have a sort of long list but I want to do the hunters star next.

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    quiltluvr, is "watercolors" a design for a quilt or block? Sounds lovely, 80

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    Kitsie, I'm just going along, too, making a block/blocks of those I like. Are those you're making the same size? I hope we get to see a pix someday! Thanks, 80

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    ccthomas, thats funny :thumbup: I think we all have that disease and we haven't even been in each other's company :P

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    Hi quilters, who by the way are wonderfull people
    On the subject of "must do' I started a "Slanted Star"
    also, called Shooting Star or Indian Star
    It is very easy and Maybe one of my best
    Sandy from near Chicago

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    I'd like to work up enough nerve to make Storm at Sea.Have fabric for a One Block Wonder.....& here I sit!

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    My #1 must do is the Focus Pocus, which mine will be called the Hocus Focus, because I keep twisting that name around. LOL. I love that pattern.
    My other must do's are because of the people they are for, not so much for the pattern, but I do love the patterns too, and since I'm a beginner, they are good for me. First is the D9P, then the Rail Fence.

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    Why, Oh why do I have this sickness? I was doing okay working on the two oldest grandkids quilt tops, until yesterday. Then I found this one......http://patsloan.typepad.com/.a/6a00d...774107e970b-pi
    I need therapy.

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    Just "ALL" of the quilts in the PICTURE section here.... What a LAOT of talent on this board. Alot of which comes from the NEWBIES ! Sew many quilts.. Sew little time........ :lol:

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    Opps! LOT

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    I want to turn Mondrian's painting Broadway Boogie Woogie into a quilt.

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    Just getting through all of the basic old traditional blocks will be a challenge to get done before I kick the bucket.

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    I have a list a mile long of " must do's " Don't think I would have the time to list them all! LOL I do love that spinning star. It is a beautiful block.

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    My list has gotten pretty long too. But, I surely must find the time for my tennessee waltz, a burgoine surrounded and a crossed canoes. I also love the hunter's star in a blue and white theme, but it comes in fourth on the list.
    Then there is a log cabin that keeps calling me. I haven't made one of those in a very long time.

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