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  • pjyoder414@yahoo.com
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    What great ideas, I have so many 1 and 2 yards in my stash that I bought because I liked the fabric when I first started quilting.

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  • cofee_iv
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  • cofee_iv
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    I ended up making a disappearing 9patch. I only have the top done so far. Thank you for all the ideas. It was very helpful and I did find the idea through the suggestions.

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  • Carah
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  • Carah
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    I would go watch video tutorials and pick what I like best. Good luck!

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  • cv quilter
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  • cv quilter
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    Thanks, Preeti. I'll look today!

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  • Preeti
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  • Preeti
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    I believe that is Michael Miller Giraffe Love. May be from Amazon or fabric.com.

    Originally posted by cv quilter View Post
    Preeti, that is a really cute quilt. I really like the combination of fabrics. I have a great grandbaby due in July and the mama to be is going to do the nursery in a giraffe theme. I am going to make a giraffe quilt. Where did you get that really adorable giraffe fabric?

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  • cv quilter
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  • cv quilter
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    Preeti, that is a really cute quilt. I really like the combination of fabrics. I have a great grandbaby due in July and the mama to be is going to do the nursery in a giraffe theme. I am going to make a giraffe quilt. Where did you get that really adorable giraffe fabric?

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  • Preeti
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  • Preeti
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    This one uses just three fabrics

    http://sewpreetiquilts.blogspot.com/...s-giraffe.html

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  • KarenC
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  • KarenC
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    Here are some suggestions. http://www.woodvalleydesigns.com/3YardPatterns.htm

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  • AMG
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  • AMG
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    You coukd do a chevron quilt - This one is on my to-to list:
    http://quiltylicious.co.uk/2012/02/2...uilt-tutorial/

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  • Vonnie
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  • Vonnie
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    Pinwheels would be pretty. Use two of the fabrics for the pinwheels and the third for the borders.

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  • grammaterry
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  • grammaterry
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    You should be able to make all kinds of things. You can do just a simple 4 patch or a 16 patch. You could use the white as sashing . Maybe look at the lattice quilt. You can cut 2 of your fabrics into hst and then use the other one for the sashing. Its a fun pattern to make.

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  • tesspug
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  • tesspug
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    From Pinterest https://www.pinterest.com/conniedenler/3-yard-quilts/

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  • cjsews
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    I did not have a pattern but did this with about that much fabrics. Cut 2 into 2 1/2 in strips. Make strip sets and sub cut into 6 1/2 inch sets and 2 1/2 inch sets. This is for sashing and four patch cornerstones. Third fabric is cut into 6 1/2 inch squares Sorry I don't have a picture of the finished quilt I did but you can see as you lay it out.

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  • Carlie Wolf
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  • Carlie Wolf
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    Maybe falling squares?

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  • cofee_iv
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    3 yards of fabric quilts

    I purchased three fabrics, one yard each. I want to make a throw quilt. Nothing complicated. I realize I will have to purchase backing. What tutorial/quilt would be good for this? I have a black with a pattern, off white with a pattern and a black with colors that match the other two fabrics.

    Thanks for your thoughts in advance!
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