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    Default goodnight, irene question

    it's in SPRING - Vol. 2 - Issue 2 Block mag. also here: https://www.missouriquiltco.com/shop...attern-by-msqc

    I will buy the pattern if I decide to make it, but does anyone know what precuts are used? I have a layer cake that's burning a hole in my stash.

    because you know, I really need to start a new quilt. (don't tell my mom)

    Thanks!
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    Pretty sure it is charm packs, s you could cut your layer cake in 4. Or it could be a jelly roll, but anything that can make 2.5" squares can be used. I'd have to find the tutorial to be sure what Jenny used.
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    It is on page 54 of the Block magazine it calls for Four 5 inch square packs of prints and 3 packs 5 inch squares solid + 1/4 yard or you could use 2 1/4 yards solid fabric. hope this helps you out.

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    Default Re: goodnight, irene question

    Here's a video on YouTube.com for this quilt....Good Night Irene....although Jenny didn't call it that on the video...but it's one and the same ! ( really like this, and I am thrilled I have the BLOCK magazine with this quilt too ! )
    Here's the video

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?featur...y5aNG0BcIYko5U

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    Default Re: goodnight, irene question

    Quote Originally Posted by Patty J View Post
    It is on page 54 of the Block magazine it calls for Four 5 inch square packs of prints and 3 packs 5 inch squares solid + 1/4 yard or you could use 2 1/4 yards solid fabric. hope this helps you out.
    Indeed it does! Thanks! thank goodness I gotta go buy more fabric now (sorry mom)
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    Default Re: goodnight, irene question

    Charm packs. I finished it this year, increased it to King size, used RJR Everything but the Kitchen Sink 30's reproduction fabrics. It turned out so well. Love this pattern!!

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    Default Re: goodnight, irene question

    Just bought the Block mag. I am scared to subscribe, looking at new patterns gives me the shakes, I want to make them all so badly.
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    Default Re: goodnight, irene question

    Also, for patterns they list in the shop, like this one. If you click on the 2nd photo and scroll over it, you can see what fabric it takes.
    Debbie

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    I love this quilt. It's on my one day I'll get to it list.
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    Default Re: goodnight, irene question

    I made 2 scrappy quilts in that style. I used Jelly Roll strips and yardage from my stash.

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