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Perfect quilt for scrap fabrics -- Old Fashioned Aunt Sukeys Choice Quilt

This scrappy quilt is designed from an old time pattern called Aunt Sukey's Choice. I had actually cut out a picture of this quilt that was in a magazine back in the 1970's. The picture has been in my "Inspiration notebook" all this time. It is a three ring binder with the pocket sleeves, and it is busting at the seams with all the pic's I have accumulated over the years. I always loved this pattern, and plan to use it to make some quilts for my grandkids (along with the Jewel Box pattern). It is another scrap buster quilt that is perfect to use up your fabric stash. It is a simple quilt and is made up of forty-eight (48) nine patch blocks and two borders. The finished size is a generous Twin size of 74" x 92". Actual size templates, a foundation paper piecing pattern, rotary cutting instructions, and fabric requirements are all provided.

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