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Thread: Camo fabric with Lava Flow pattern quilt

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    My nephew would say one word when I asked him what kind of quilt he wanted. So I started collecting camo fabric and thought it was so ugly until I found a pattern called Lava Flow and I really kind of like it now. All the guys go crazy for it...never would have guessed it would be so popular.
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    Nice job! He's gonna love that. I'm making one for my DGS now that's part denim, camie, and flannel. I started out just practicing piecing on scrap material, then I got to thinking how much my DGS loves camie, so....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Somebunny
    My nephew would say one word when I asked him what kind of quilt he wanted. So I started collecting camo fabric and thought it was so ugly until I found a pattern called Lava Flow and I really kind of like it now. All the guys go crazy for it...never would have guessed it would be so popular.
    I was trying to find the "lava flow" and realized it's the pattern I did one of my Christmas table runners in. But I didn't get a picture of it Darn it.

    Looks good in your fabrics.

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    Love it! I too am collecting camo fabric for my 11 year old son. I may have to do something similar.

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    i bet that will make him happy very nice

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    That looks fantastic! You did a great job:)

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    I really like that, great job!

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    Kewl! I like it! :)

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    I love camo and with this pattern it looks awesome!!

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    Now that's a MAN quilt!!! Very nice and very macho looking, I can see why he likes it.

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    My boys and huband would absolutely love this. Great job!

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    You did a great job! I love the fabric.

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    You did a great job. It is definitely a 'guy' quilt.

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    great job! :thumbup:

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    Nice :-P

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    Great quilt! I love the pattern, where can I find it?

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    great quilt

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrannieAnnie
    Quote Originally Posted by Somebunny
    My nephew would say one word when I asked him what kind of quilt he wanted. So I started collecting camo fabric and thought it was so ugly until I found a pattern called Lava Flow and I really kind of like it now. All the guys go crazy for it...never would have guessed it would be so popular.
    I was trying to find the "lava flow" and realized it's the pattern I did one of my Christmas table runners in. But I didn't get a picture of it Darn it.

    Looks good in your fabrics.
    Was your pattern called Lava Flow? When I googled it, I didn't find anything. Looks like it would be a good jelly roll pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willferg
    Quote Originally Posted by GrannieAnnie
    Quote Originally Posted by Somebunny
    My nephew would say one word when I asked him what kind of quilt he wanted. So I started collecting camo fabric and thought it was so ugly until I found a pattern called Lava Flow and I really kind of like it now. All the guys go crazy for it...never would have guessed it would be so popular.
    I was trying to find the "lava flow" and realized it's the pattern I did one of my Christmas table runners in. But I didn't get a picture of it Darn it.

    Looks good in your fabrics.
    Was your pattern called Lava Flow? When I googled it, I didn't find anything. Looks like it would be a good jelly roll pattern.
    Me too. Where is this pattern. I have chamo fabric and would love to make some charity chamo quilts for boys and I like this one.

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    Perfect for a little boy. Or a big boy, for that matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melinda in Tulsa
    Great quilt! I love the pattern, where can I find it?
    Easy to copy. Just cut 8 strips the same size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by willferg
    Quote Originally Posted by GrannieAnnie
    Quote Originally Posted by Somebunny
    My nephew would say one word when I asked him what kind of quilt he wanted. So I started collecting camo fabric and thought it was so ugly until I found a pattern called Lava Flow and I really kind of like it now. All the guys go crazy for it...never would have guessed it would be so popular.
    I was trying to find the "lava flow" and realized it's the pattern I did one of my Christmas table runners in. But I didn't get a picture of it Darn it.

    Looks good in your fabrics.
    Was your pattern called Lava Flow? When I googled it, I didn't find anything. Looks like it would be a good jelly roll pattern.

    I saw a block in a quilting book that I liked, sketched it and went home and copied it. 8 strips the same size. No biggie. Well, each strip----finished---has to be twice as long as it is wide. So you've got complete control over the size. I'm doing a scrappy flannel in that pattern--------at least got it started.

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    I bet he loves this camo quilt :D:D:D

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    I found the pattern in "Successful Scrap Quilts" one of my favorite books. I'll try to post pics.
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    Thanks for the pics.

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