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Wednesday, October 09, 2013


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I love that you included left over HST's and flying geese in your blocks - wonderful use of scraps! I like it with 4 rows, too, but 3 rows would work for a crib/lap size, which is what I make most of for charity quilts.

deb Poole

Love it! Love it Very Much! Thank you for sharing....when I first read the 25 patch block....I thought you were crazy, BUT after making one and then cutting into four...and resewing into 2 blocks....YOU...PAT SLOAN are a GENIUS!!! Lol. Goes really fast too! Thanks again for sharing!



Ellen I'm so happy you like it, send me a photo when you make one!


Oh this is great!! Thanks for the pattern!
Ellen S.


Send me photos when you make one.. just the top!


Sweet pattern! thank you!

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