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This is taken from Hancock Fabrics free project pages. Their title is
Odyssey of Colors more commonly known as a blooming 9-patch. The
instructions are not given in strip piecing methods but in cut squares
- this shouldn't be a problem to convert back if you prefer. There is
a good layout diagram to follow for 9patch blocks - instructions are
for king or queen sized quilts. pdf link taken from
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page where there are many more free ideas and patterns. jennellh
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I really like the effect of the center blocks. Very striking! Thanks for the link!
Alice in NJ
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------------------------------------- Jennellh,
I've searched the Hancock website for the free Odyssey of Changing Colors pattern but can't find it. Did you make the quilt?
Sharon
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Hancock Fabrics used to have quite a few free patterns on their website. The freebies seem to have disappeared some time ago. I don't know just when, but it's been at least several months.
Julia in MN
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There are still free patterns available on the Hancock's site - look on their home page under the first advertisement block, there are 3 tabs: 'featured products', 'sale items', 'free projects'. Currently there are 4 patterns available. jennellh - barnyowl
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