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Big Book of Quick Rotary Quilts

Posted by rosajoe (My Page) on
Sat, Nov 13, 10 at 13:08

I bought this book when I first started piecing tops after I retired. I did not know who Pam Bono was and did not realize that she uses small pieces in the quilts. She even makes sheep from small cut pieces!!
I have a lot of white scraps and I have cut some 2&1/2 x 2&1/2 for another scrappy IC (leaders and enders).
The Log Cabin in this book is gorgeous and calls for 550 white 1&1/2 x various lengths and the same 550 colored fabrics.
As much as I dislike cutting I am spending the weekend cutting, tagging, and bagging.
Rosa

Here is a link that might be useful: Quick Rotary Quilts


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RE: Big Book of Quick Rotary Quilts

Better you than me. At least we know you're not sitting in a bar this weekend.


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RE: Big Book of Quick Rotary Quilts

This is one of my favorite books! And I love Pam Bono's patterns - she makes pieced patterns that look like paper pieced or even applique. In fact the 2 wedding tops I just finished are based on her patterns. (that's why there were a lot of little pieces!) There are still many of her patterns that are on my 'some-day' list.
She has a page on facebook and frequently posts discounts on her patterns.


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RE: Big Book of Quick Rotary Quilts

Linda, that part may come Monday lol!!!! My back is already complaining.
Karlene, I made the baby carriage quilt from the book for my niece. Thanks for the tip about facebook, I'll have to check it out.


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