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    4 Patch Pro

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    Default Any tutorials for large prints?

    Are there any tutorials or ideas or on how to use large prints or large fussy cut pieces?

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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: Any tutorials for large prints?

    The Present Quilt from M uses pretty big pieces. You could make large hst and make lots of diff patterns with those depending on how you arrange them.

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    Default Re: Any tutorials for large prints?

    i like this have been looking forever for a pattern to use some direction large print xmas fabric i think this might be it
    got busy this week and forgot to look
    thanks for asking and posting
    Gale

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    Default Re: Any tutorials for large prints?

    Here's the link to tutorials which use 10" squares. Perhaps you can find some pattern which would work. https://quiltingtutorials.com/tutori...0%22%20squares

    I also like this one: http://reannalilydesigns.com/2016/02...e-layer-cakes/
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    Default Re: Any tutorials for large prints?

    If you like a modern quilt, M* has the Modern T pattern https://www.missouriquiltco.com/shop...-missouri-star, which was designed for large scale prints. I have not made one yet, but the instructions on the pattern are easy enough to follow.

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    Default Re: Any tutorials for large prints?

    A D9P could be used with larger squares. I tend to like just three prints so it's not so chaotic. This isn't larger squares, but three prints.

    http://www.abrightcorner.com/2012/02/saturday.html



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    Missouri Star

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    Default Re: Any tutorials for large prints?

    I made the M* Diamond Dash. It used a layer cake cut in half, but you could cut yardage to suit.

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    Default Re: Any tutorials for large prints?

    I always like Warm wishes for larger prints that I don't want to cut too small.

    I also thought the recent video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H18g6Skyl3s would work well, too. It has 6 1/2" squares of background that could easily be a print in my opinion.

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