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Thread: Can anyone tell me who made this quilt?

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    Senior Member Calico Grammy's Avatar
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    I have saved a picture of this beautiful quilt hoping to make one similar. Need a tut to get started if the "maker" can direct me to a pattern!
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    I'm sorry I can't help but do remember seeing this quilt.

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    That's a very nice quilt. Love the pattern. Hope you find the individual who made it.

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    It looks like the cover quilt on 'Take Two and Add A Few'
    by Atkinson Designs. The pattern is called Birthday Presents.

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    Can't help with the name but I really like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajonkarl
    It looks like the cover quilt on 'Take Two and Add A Few'
    by Atkinson Designs. The pattern is called Birthday Presents.
    See, I knew it looked like wrapped gifts...LOL. It seems to be out of stock at amazon, but here is a link that says they have it available http://shop.someartfabric.com/product.sc?productId=3168

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    I put boxes around the sections that would be first sewn together, and then sewn to create the block? Does it make sense? I am not the maker, but that is how I would go about creating the block...
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    MellieK, That is how I would construct the blocks as well. The center looks like a "skinny" 9 patch block (I'm sure there is a better name for it).

    Cheers, K

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    Quote Originally Posted by MellieKQuilter
    I put boxes around the sections that would be first sewn together, and then sewn to create the block? Does it make sense? I am not the maker, but that is how I would go about creating the block...
    That would work!! I know someone on this board made the quilt because I save pictures of the quilts I love and would like to make! Guess I need a better method of ID!!!
    Thanks for your help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calico Grammy
    Quote Originally Posted by MellieKQuilter
    I put boxes around the sections that would be first sewn together, and then sewn to create the block? Does it make sense? I am not the maker, but that is how I would go about creating the block...
    That would work!! I know someone on this board made the quilt because I save pictures of the quilts I love and would like to make! Guess I need a better method of ID!!!
    Thanks for your help!
    When you save someone else's photo to your PC, include the maker's name in your file name. Problem solved and credit given to the maker.

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