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Thread: Wicked Easy Quilts

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    Senior Member luvstoquilt301's Avatar
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    I am determined to keep using up my stash. I also want to try new things to get out of my matchey box.

    I grabbed 6 FQs of kids type prints and made them into quilts for our local hospital. Lo and behold---1930's and modern look just fine together.

    The larger one is from a guild Christmas present of a box of matching FQs. This will be a charity quilt of yet an undetermined recipient. the right one always comes along.

    Here is the website for this free pattern.

    http://www.byannie.com/

    Look under free patterns. It is fun and easy. I do not make the border scrappy as I sometimes do not have enough from cutting. Plus I like using stash for it.
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    All are beautiful

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    Wow, very nice. I am trying to use up my scraps too. Thanks for the inspiration!

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    Fun quilts. I too am trying to use up scraps and stash.

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    Those are neat :-)

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    thanks for the link, I'm always looking for something simple and fast.

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    Thank you for sharing that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvstoquilt301
    I am determined to keep using up my stash. I also want to try new things to get out of my matchey box.

    I grabbed 6 FQs of kids type prints and made them into quilts for our local hospital. Lo and behold---1930's and modern look just fine together.

    The larger one is from a guild Christmas present of a box of matching FQs. This will be a charity quilt of yet an undetermined recipient. the right one always comes along.

    Here is the website for this free pattern.

    http://www.byannie.com/

    Look under free patterns. It is fun and easy. I do not make the border scrappy as I sometimes do not have enough from cutting. Plus I like using stash for it.
    what beauty from your stash!! Love your color combinations... :-) :-)

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    They are all lovely!

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    don't you just love the way something 'wicked easy' turns out so 'wicked pretty'. I have that pattern - you made me want to use it now. On the list it goes...

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    cute quilts...love you're quilt hangers!

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    They are lovely quilts that some child will love while making a rough time a lot nicer. You are very kind to give and give.

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    Those are all so pretty. Someone is going to be very luck to get one of those.

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    They all look fantastic.

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    Nice :-P

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    Very nice use of scraps. Thanks for the link. I just printed out this pattern. Our guild is doing a Challenge with scraps, so this is perfect.

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    Oh i love those. i did one but it's yet to be quilted. i even ran out of fabric to do all the full cut strips, so i sewed some together. worked for me!

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    all are very pretty, colorful!

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    They all are very beautiful !!

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    Thank you! Thank you! Those are beautiful! You have inspired me to get busy using my scraps.

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    WOW!! What a fun and easy pattern, and the quilts turned out so beautiful too :D:D:D

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    Thanks for the link. I work with a group that makes a lot of charity quilts and we are always looking for fast and easy ideas.

    Susan

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    I don't know which one I like better... great job.

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    Very nice. I appreciate the link to the pattern. I am anxious to try it.

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    wow!! I love all of these - I will check out the pattern link, thanks so much

    Quote Originally Posted by luvstoquilt301
    I am determined to keep using up my stash. I also want to try new things to get out of my matchey box.

    I grabbed 6 FQs of kids type prints and made them into quilts for our local hospital. Lo and behold---1930's and modern look just fine together.

    The larger one is from a guild Christmas present of a box of matching FQs. This will be a charity quilt of yet an undetermined recipient. the right one always comes along.

    Here is the website for this free pattern.

    http://www.byannie.com/

    Look under free patterns. It is fun and easy. I do not make the border scrappy as I sometimes do not have enough from cutting. Plus I like using stash for it.

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