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I have been sewing and crafting as long as I remember. However I just recently picked up quilting with in the past year or so... I enjoy designing and making quilts, hopefully soon I can get some of ...

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R2D2 Star Wars quilt Pattern

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(7) Name: 'Quilting : R2D2 Star Wars quilt Pattern
R2D2 Star Wars quilt Pattern Large R2D2 quilt
R2D2 Star Wars quilt Pattern R2D2 quilt

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r.allan6230917    May 27, 2015
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Hi, I would love to make this quilt but no instructions to follow on how to do it......could you send me the info on making the quilt

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V. A. Olson    September 4, 2014
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What are the yardage requirements? Would it be possible to sew this with mini-charm packs and achieve a twin sized quilt?

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V. A. Olson  October 17, 2014
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Hideshobby  November 16, 2014
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sorry just saw your comment.. yardage requirements are:
Light Blue 1 Yard
Dark Blue 1 Yard
Light Gray 1.25 yard
Black yard
White 1.25 yard
Background 3.5 yard

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flora516    April 3, 2014
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I have made this quilt twice now. I had to tear my first attempt apart. I didn't do the math on my first attempt and increased the size to 3 inch finished squares. The final version was almost 12 feet long!!! Oh no!! I had to laugh at myself for not doing the math. I finished my 2nd attempt yesterday and it looks great. So I think the smart choice would be to just keep this as a twin size 2 inch finished square quilt. Hopefully I can post a picture once I get my the layers quilted together. So far my husband loves it.

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Hideshobby  April 7, 2014
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Yeah I did the same thing on the first one I made when I designed the pattern.. I learned the hard way too.. :0) you can make it larger if you add borders around the edges.... I cant wait to see your finished quilt!!1 :0)

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flora516  September 30, 2014
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I finally added my quilt to the project page today. I had it laying half quilted on my spare bed for several months. I finally finished it over the weekend. My husband was very happy with how it turned out.