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Thread: Todays project.

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    Todays project.

    I love this pattern - its from the blog - a little bit biased - its called Every which way - I am using the Hometown fabrics by Sweetwater - I am loving these fabrics and when I saw the pattern - I knew exactly what fabrics I wanted to use. This is a small pattern that was written for little boys - but I am keeping this one for myself - I am enlarging it and still working on it. Just playing with the layout now. Enjoy.
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    Looking good so far!
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    What blog did you find it in ? I love it
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    That is so neat. I know I've seen that pattern before but couldn't place where. That would make a great boy's quilt.
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    Looks very good so far, will be perfect for a Boy.
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    What an adorable quilt so far. Great for a little boy, but you can always change the colors and it could work for almost anyone.
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    Very cool-I don't know why but when I looked at all the arrows going every which way I thought, "yep, that's how my brain works most days".
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    I found it on www.alittlebitbiased.blogspot.com - she sells the pattern in her etsy shop.

    Quote Originally Posted by sharon b View Post
    What blog did you find it in ? I love it

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    Looks fabulous!!!!

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    Love it! What a fun pattern.
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    Very nice!

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    What a fun quilt
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