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    picture of Warm Wishes quilts

    Saw many on this board have used Warm Wishes pattern when they have large focal print. Decided to try it. LOVE this pattern and have recommended it to many as quick and easy but wonderful quilt pattern. Here are a couple I have made with more in the works. One pattern can be used with different fabrics and create such a different look. Pink and green one is on my Gracie frame waiting to be quilted. Has since been completed and donated to woman having heart surgery. Last quit is reason behind considering the pattern as I had large focal print that I loved so bought it but didn't know what to do with it. Hope you enjoy my Warm Wishes quilts. This is 1st time posting pictures!
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    Love how they turned out. I agree, it is my "go-to" pattern when I need a quick quilt.

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    I love your quilts they came out great. Sue

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    Beautiful quilts...I love that pattern, too. Did you use 2", 3", 2" strips cut to 6 1/2" length, then 6 1/2" squares? I have some cowboy fabrics with larger motifs that I want to make for donation quilts. This would do the trick.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VickiM View Post
    Beautiful quilts...I love that pattern, too. Did you use 2", 3", 2" strips cut to 6 1/2" length, then 6 1'2" squares? I have some cowboy fabrics with larger motifs that I want to make for donation quilts. This would do the trick.
    I used 6" squares with 3" in center and 2" on each side of it.

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    Here's a Warm Wishes I just quilted. One of my go-to patterns for sure!
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    Don't you love how the different stripes make the blocks pop out? Great quilts!

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    Wonderful quilts! This is one of my favorite patterns, as well. It's so easy and so versatile!
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    They are all lovely...I like very much.
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    Very nice! I need to make a quilt with this pattern. Thanks for sharing.

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    Wow, great quilts. I haven't used that pattern yet but think it will be a favorite.
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    your animals are too cute

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    Love your color selection. I think Warm Wishes is a chameleon pattern. It changes in appearance so much you have to look twice to know it's there.


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    I like your quilts. Great job.
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    all are very nice... i, too, like the warm wishes pattern
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    I, too, like doing the Warm Wishes design. It makes a nice quilt that is fast and easy. Yours are all great.

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    I really like your quilts. Especially the flower prints!
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    Your quilts are all very pretty. I love that pattern too.

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    I will have to remember that pattern. Makes good use of a large pattern fabric.

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    Awesome quilts. I will have to try that pattern too!

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    they are all very nice good job!!!
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    this is awesome! i want to start making quilts with our church for the newborns at the local hospital; these would be beautiful!
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    Thyis is a great pattern. I have to try!
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    all your quilts are great. This is a pattern I like, also. The bottom one really pops--love it. Thanks for sharing.
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