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Ramona replied on Wed, May 30 2012 2:25 PM

Here is a link for the Five Yard Quilt directions as well.

http://www.millendtextiles.com/attachments/5yardquilt/5yard_quilt.pdf

Can't wait to make one of these. Glad the subject came up again.

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Susie replied on Wed, May 30 2012 2:33 PM

Ramona:

Here is a link for the Five Yard Quilt directions as well.

http://www.millendtextiles.com/attachments/5yardquilt/5yard_quilt.pdf

Can't wait to make one of these. Glad the subject came up again.

Awesome Ramona!  A clean copy!  WOOHOO!!  I do love this pattern :)

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BarbS replied on Wed, May 30 2012 7:18 PM

Susie.....I have seen numerous quilts made from this pattern.......Several of our guild members have made it for Victoria Quilts as it is the perfect size!!   I think your fabric choices have made up into one of the prettiest I have seen!!!  Just gorgeous!!

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Barbara replied on Wed, May 30 2012 8:55 PM

Romona thanks for the link .Barbara

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Susie replied on Thu, May 31 2012 8:29 AM

BarbS-Thank you for your sweet words.  I am still working out the borders in my head.  I think I have them figured out, but just need to get them organized & cut so I can sew them up.  My goal is to have this one done by the end of the weekend.  Not sure if it will make it with my machine being difficult, but I'm going to try.

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Tehachap replied on Mon, Sep 12 2016 7:13 PM

Do you know why it's called the "Five Yard Quilt?" And where can I find the directions for this -- it's beautiful! Thanks,

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gini replied on Tue, Sep 13 2016 6:16 PM

you should be able to click on the link in red a few posts above.   if it isn't too old

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Tehachap replied on Wed, Sep 14 2016 4:32 PM

Got it!! Thanks so much. 

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HelenM replied on Sat, Sep 17 2016 7:52 PM

Romona,

I clicked on the link couple of times and for some reason it isn't a good link.. too much of something or not enough of something..

thanks

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Helen, Go to the first page in this thread, about the 9th post. Susie has a pdf that works if you click on it. 

 

 

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Susie replied on Sun, Sep 18 2016 5:23 PM

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Tehachap:

Do you know why it's called the "Five Yard Quilt?" And where can I find the directions for this -- it's beautiful! Thanks,

Tehachap

It's called a 5 hard because that's all the fabric that is required to make the top.  I generally use about 7 yards because I put in sashing rows to make it larger.  

 

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HelenM replied on Sun, Sep 18 2016 8:28 PM

THANKS!

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