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Thread: Do you know what this quilt is called?

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    Super Member judy_68's Avatar
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    I know this is a rail fence variation but I don't what it is called. Im looking for a pattern for it.

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    using the method for a split rail- make your blocks the way they are shown. Use 2 1/2" strips. Cut the strips into blocks 6 1/2", finished block is 6". For the solid sections, just cut a 6 1/2" solid.

    Place into the order shown.

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    Looks like finished will be 48 x 48.

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    It's very similar to Warm Wishes, just changes the color placement. http://quiltmaker.com/patterns/patt4/

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    from the picture, it looks like it's made completely from strips

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    http://members.aol.com/qltblockcenter/bombeg/0012.html

    it could also be a "London Roads" variation - I used it for the 'Musical Celebration" quilt

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    This a split rail. The way you place the colors is what makes it different. I printed it off your download and made it full page (8x10) and you can see the details real close. Do it in color and you can get the ideal real easy. I going to save this one. I love split rail because they are fast. Need to make another camo quilt for little grandson and I think this will work great. Thanks for ideal. Hope this helps. Deb :thumbup: :lol:

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    Yep, you dont need a pattern for this one...

    Just go for it.

    Let us know if you need any help

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    Im going to try this eventually. Im sure I will need your help. Right now Im working on some scrap quilts that my dad has helped with. They are from all the scraps that so many of you sent. I need to post pics so you can all see what we have done with some of them. He gets frustrated and I do most of it but he loves it.
    Judy in Ohio

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    Im going to try this eventually. Im sure I will need your help. Right now Im working on some scrap quilts that my dad has helped with. They are from all the scraps that so many of you sent. I need to post pics so you can all see what we have done with some of them. He gets frustrated and I do most of it but he loves it.
    Judy in Ohio

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