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    New Member: nancylou222

    Just joined today. I am a beginning quilter, and this looked like a good place to learn and share about quilting. I have some wilderness/animal print fabric I want to focus on for a quilt for my niece and her husband. The corydon crossover pattern quilt I saw online seemed like a good fit, but I can't find the pattern. Any help with this would be appreciated.

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    Welcome from OHIO! I'm sorry I can't help you with the pattern you're looking for, but I'm sure someone will be able to help you.
    Being a great quilter is 5% talent and 95% pushing yourself away from the internet!

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    Welcome from Ontario, Canada. I have not heard of that pattern but maybe someone else has. A good resource is www.quilterscache.com/QuiltBlocksGalore.html for looking up patterns.


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    Hi I am from Co., I don't know the pattern either but someone will be able to help you. Enjoy your new endeavors,.
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    Welcome from Minnesota and happy quilting
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    The pattern looks like a large focus square in the middle with strips of fabric sewed on all 4 sides. It should be easy to figure out your own pattern but if you can't find one for Corydon Crossover, maybe you can find the pattern for Warm wishes that looks quite similar.

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    I found your quilt info:
    Quilt Designer: Susan Price Miller
    Quilt Name: Corydon Crossover, Quilts and More, 2005
    Nancy in western NY
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    Welcome from Corpus Christi! I googled the pattern and found it at Quilts and More 2005. Cute pattern.

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    Howdy from Oklahoma! Welcome to the board. Best of luck to you making the quilt & please post a pic when done.

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    Hello and welcome from New York!
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