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    does anyone recognize this?

    My friend is wanting to make a quilt similar to this. I could walk her thru this w/o one, but I'm in AZ and she is in CA. I don't think I can do this over the phone or even online. There is even a time issue. Does anyone know of a pattern that is similar? Not the Boxed Squares..those are too even. Thanks!
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    Beth in AZ
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    Think I saw it in Keepsake Quilting catalog....perhaps check out online?
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    I found something similar here:
    http://www.handmadebyalissa.com/tag/modern-quilts/
    You have to scroll way down to "Rectangles & Gray" and "Chocolate Brown".

    I don't see this listed in her patterns, but it may be in a book or tutorial someplace.

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    Yes, Keepsake has a few very similar patterns (kits), with one called "Sea Glass Kit" using soft hues of Bali fabrics which I think is closest with a bit more fancy border treatment. Patterns are usually available separately if you don't want the kit.

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    Bento Box or Shadowbox patterns are nice.

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    If you can't find the pattern you're looking for, you could work it out on graph paper and email it to her. Just a thought.
    Bambi

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    Check out this website. The colors are different, but the concept is close enough to adapt to that pattern.

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    http://www.etsy.com/shop/TheQuiltedPig

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    Thank you ladies for your kind help! I have passed all these ideas on to my friend. I just wish we lived in the same town, so we could sew together. A quilt like that I think we could knock out in a day if we both worked on it. I have offered to quilt it if she gets a top together, so I will post a picture if that happens. You guys are the best!
    Beth in AZ
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    Quote Originally Posted by fayzer View Post
    Check out this website. The colors are different, but the concept is close enough to adapt to that pattern.
    What a great site. Thanks, I love the block and the neat way it's made.

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