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    I have a honey bun that I bought quite a while ago but I haven't found any honey bun patterns. Does anyone know of any good ones? My honey bun is a Moda Hello Betty. Thanks all!

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    We have used a honey bun and made a fence rail baby quilt. It was adorable. You can pretty much use it for anything you'd use a jelly roll for. We do have another pattern coming out using a honey bun soon.

    We also have a book in the shop (and online) that has a lot of fun patterns in it. Hope this helps. Good luck and have fun...just start sewing and go from there!

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      Here's a pattern that uses that exact Honey Bun. It's very beautiful and very easy. I'm planning on doing this one with a Spring Magic Honey Bun that I have.

      http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/05/...uilt.html#more

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        Love that triple irish flower quilt ! I would love to make that !

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          Love the Irish Chain! I think this would be great with Mary Engelbreit fabric!

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            I'm wondering how it would look of you sewed the strips together, either honey bun or jelly roll, and cut them into squares for a disappearing 9 patch ? maybe mix them in with a charm pack or cut your own squares using another fabric ? I have a jelly roll that has light blues, turquoise, celery green, brown and white ! I'm leaning toward a coins quilt but have been wondering how it would look for a disappearing 9 patch ! maybe I'll try it !

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              Here's an idea for a honey bun and a charm pack:
              Use a honey bun strip to sash around a charm square -- like a frame. Or, you could sash just two sides of the charm square. Either way, you end up with a bunch of scrappy looking squares made of honeybun/charm combination. Sew these all together in your choice of sizes, and voila! You have placemats, a tablerunner, a baby quilt, throw, or wall hanging!

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                Originally posted by Javant View Post
                Here's a pattern that uses that exact Honey Bun. It's very beautiful and very easy. I'm planning on doing this one with a Spring Magic Honey Bun that I have.

                http://www.modabakeshop.com/2009/05/...uilt.html#more
                OOOHHHH, a neat blog to follow, thank you!!

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