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    Size Question

    Aloha everyone I have this darling Christmas fabric and my Question is shall I cut it to be a 60 x 60 or shall I leave it 72 width 82 length? Sorry can’t figure how to flip image lol

    Oops. 88” W x 72” L
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    Last edited by AlohaSandy; November 19th, 2019, 02:42 PM.
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    I would make it as large as possible.

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      #3
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      I don't know but that fabric sure is cute! Nice to see you back again where have you been?

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        #4
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        Originally posted by jjkaiser View Post
        I don't know but that fabric sure is cute! Nice to see you back again where have you been?
        I’ve been Working and unfortunately not a lot of time for quilting and also my orders kinda dropped to nothing lol not sure why. Missed this forum and trying to make sure I try to quilt a little each day I hope. Thanks I love the fabric also but the size is kinda weird wider than longer lol.
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          #5
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          Do you want one large quilt, or do you want to make 2 smaller quilts. It looks like great fabric for a whole cloth quilt--no piecing, except for maybe a border. Cute fabric.

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            #6
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            Nice fabric. I guess the size you make depends on where you want to use it. It's large enough that you have options. Welcome back.

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              #7
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              Maybe make a quilt and matching pillow cases or shams with with the leftover piece cut from the width? You could add borders if you wanted a bed quilt. Hope this makes sense. That is really cute fabric.
              No act of kindness, however small, is ever wasted.
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                #8
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                That is a rather awkward shape. How about cutting it 72''x72'' and then think about your final size.


                It's nice to see you back I just came a little while ago too.
                Lorie

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                  #9
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                  Originally posted by Hulamoon View Post
                  That is a rather awkward shape. How about cutting it 72''x72'' and then think about your final size.


                  It's nice to see you back I just came a little while ago too.
                  Glad you chimed in lol. That size sounds more durable was trying to figure out whether to cut or not. I’ve had the fabric so long I can’t remember where I got it lol.
                  Last edited by AlohaSandy; November 21st, 2019, 11:24 AM.
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                    #10
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                    figure out on paper the 60x60 and see how many "blocks" you will have left and see if you can make a border with them or sprinkle them in the border. something will come to you.

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                      #11
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                      Why not use it as backing fabric for a Christmas quilt?
                      Vonnie

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                        #12
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                        Originally posted by nativetexan View Post
                        figure out on paper the 60x60 and see how many "blocks" you will have left and see if you can make a border with them or sprinkle them in the border. something will come to you.
                        Thanks for this I’m gonna try this.
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