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Thread: Do you know this pattern?

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    Junior Member geeblay627e120's Avatar
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    Do you know this pattern?

    quilt-i-love.jpgI saw this on Pinterest and LOVE IT! But the link was no good. I would love to find the pattern. It looks pretty easy to figure out except I'm not sure if there is a tiny band of red along the edges of the gold in the box. See what I mean? Any help is appreciated.

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    To me it looks like the one block is just pieced with striped fabric. Four quarter square triangles, matching the printed stripe in the fabric. The reason why some blocks look like there's a red border on that block is because some of the blocks were cut so that the gold stripe forms the square in the middle, and some were cut with the blue forming the center square. It's just how the print of the fabric wound up in the block.
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    I think it is cut like a tube quilt..try missouri quilt co. Made with striped fabric....love it!
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    From the looks of the binding the the stripped square is cut from one piece of stripped fabric. A square cut in half diagonally and then diagonlly again for quarter HST.
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    it does look like a tube quilt, I can see triangle seams making up the squares. the petals look just like my left overs from cutting drunkard's path sections. I made a "petal" quilt with them . i'll post a pic if I can.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tweety2911 View Post
    From the looks of the binding the the stripped square is cut from one piece of stripped fabric. A square cut in half diagonally and then diagonlly again for quarter HST.
    Thats what I think also, it sure looks like the stripe in the binding fabric to me. Gorgeous quilt!

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    Love your petal quilt Did you appliuque the green squares ?

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    I love the pattern too!!!

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    All I know is .. it is beautiful. Nice crisp and clean looking.
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    I think you are right...it is a striped fabric. Thanks for the suggestions. I don't know about a tube quilt, but I will go to Missouri Star and look at it. They are always a lot of help. Just like here. I had not caught that it was a striped fabric. Thank you.

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