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Name: Three...Two...One...Go! with Sue Garman

Designer: Sue Garman
Begins: July 1, 2016


Three… Two… One… Go! is a three-part program where you will make a 60-inch square Medallion Star Quilt, A Teddy Bear and His Quilt, and a Quicky Strippy Quilt. Use your stash or if you decide to use the Rajah Revisited quilt kit for your fabric as Sue did (which you can order below), you will be able to make all three quilts. However, you cannot afford to waste even an inch! Of course, fabric requirements are also listed if you choose to use your own fabrics.


Remember you get all the patterns for FREE as a Star member.  




#10 Doreen01 2018-02-11 18:12
What is the line of the bubble faric that was used with this quilt please
#9 ladydj 2018-01-15 08:07
The bear is about 8", since it is supposed to be printed as shown....the paper is 11", the pattern is not to the edge of the paper top or bottom, then shrinkage for PP. Or we could enlarge the pattern and make him bigger.
Cute! BTW for those of you who don't see the patterns, you have to be logged in....ask me how I know. Ha!
#8 JOHNANDERSON 2016-07-13 18:39
The patterns are a Free Bonus to our Star members. I apologize if we didn't make this clear. We try to be careful to make sure there are no surprises. We have exclusive patterns for Star members several times a year. Our goal is to make sure that the yearly price of $42.95 is far less than what is provided. I have added and bolded this above.
#7 AlexAnderson 2016-07-13 17:08
The teddy is pint size - he is about 12"
#6 B. 2016-07-13 16:25
What is the size of the teddy bear? When I printed the teddy bear pattern it is awfully small and still to be paper pieced which will make it even smaller. I printed it to "fit page".
#5 bobbie rumler 2016-07-13 12:33
:lol: I just love this site...thanks
#4 sandrianablue 2016-07-13 07:04
Yes, what a cute doll quilt and bear... Only one problem on this offer: the pattern aren't there to download! Is this a new trick to get people to pay for something that is advertised as free? I hope no, because it isn't what we know you for.... Regards, Viviane
#3 JOHNANDERSON 2016-07-03 19:21
Make sure you scroll down the page when you click to get the patterns. They are stacked on top of each other. Let us know if you have any other problems. Sorry for the confusion.
#2 bjstultz 2016-07-03 09:38
I tried to download the patterns but it said they were removed and only available on July 1. Is that correct?
#1 Gone-stitching 2016-07-01 01:46
I love this idea. Thank you. I have been very slow in constructing the rajah quilt and am not sure if it will ever be a completed quilt top. May have to use this "Rajah Revisited" pattern to finally get it done.

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