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    I have seen Yo Yo quilts over a sheet or other background material, but this is the first one where the Yo Yo is part of the quilt. I like this idea! mm

    Diary of a Quilter - a quilt blog: Navy and Green Crib Quilt + pattern must be something on FF or sew easy for this mm

    Tiny dresses quilt. I can't find the actual place this came from, but it is awesome!

    Quilt in a child's hand print - How cool for a family or grandparent quilt, or a baby quilt! I wouldn't stuff it, the one shown is too puffy for my taste. Just the contrast with closely-spaced background would make it clear enough for me.

    i love the fish quilt! it is a snowball with a hst strip sweet! mm

    Marie's quilts. The corners of each block could be a pop of colour ... thinking out loud here ... the solid black lines could be black/white prints ... just a vision that popped into my head.

    Here is a great tutorial of the circle jean quilt

    Kapitza - Geometric Pattern of the Day

    Amazing Chevron pattern :-) Art Print by Mrs. Opossum | Society6 cool for a quilt pattern!

    Storybook Explosion by Whistler Studios 4.5 x 8.5 rectangles (2) of print. add 4.5 x 4.5 white square on each pay attention to the angle.. make 2 of each and sew them together. If you make 5 x 5 it would be 40 x 40, then a border? mm

    Easy Quilt Patterns | Quilt Pattern FAT Quarters Quick Easy Beginner Fast | eBay

    Quilts for Today, Holland Mills

    FREE quilt project: "Verna's Bedspread" (from Piece 'n Quilt)

    Stunning straight line quilting. Great texture.

    Embroidered star. Maybe for quilt?

    Layer Cake Lemonade - free pattern & how to video on website. Made with forty-two 10" squares or one Layer Cake

    How adorable is this quilt?

    Disappearing but not a 9-patch

    Outside the Line: Disappearing 9 Patch Variations - Tutorial

    Spicy Thai Curry Noodle Soup

    Accentuate the Positive Quilt Pattern

    this is awesome....and easier than making hexagons!

    Sunflowers (7″ x 20″ approx) by Darra Williamson at See How We Sew


    Ruffles - too cute