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Thread: Help! Wedding Guest Book Quilt

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    Help! Wedding Guest Book Quilt

    Hi Everyone!

    Any help anyone can give me on what the pattern for this quilt it would be great! I want to use it for my wedding guest book, but I cannot seem to find a pattern for this quilt.

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    Did you try google. It sure is pretty.

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    Have no clue, sorry!

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    Yes I've tried google, and image searches, and i just can't find it anywhere. Its such a beautiful quilt. I found it on pinterest but only a image, not an actual webpage.

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    This is setting that I use for exchange blocks that are different sizes. Try Googling "wonky" quilt block settings.

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    Perfect squares for signatures!

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    Looks as though they have mage a block with partial seams as each square has 4 different colours around it http://learnhowtoquilt.com/quilt-tut...partial-seams/, it looks as though the centre square is around 5" and maybe try your strips at around 2 1/2 " and then you need to get a square template (similar to how you would use and x blocks template http://www.kiwiquilts.co.nz/site/kiw...20Oct%2008.pdf ) to cut your wonky square.
    I would have a play and see how you go.
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    Something like this may help you get started:

    http://www.quiltdad.com/2009/09/quil...bin-block.html

    It's not exactly the same but it may give you some ideas.
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    I want to say fons and porter calls it a tilted block. It looks like that to me. Good luck!

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    I really like this quilt!!!
    I hope someone can tell us the name. It looks like a square and then long triangles.

    As my DH wants to move this would be ideal for the kids to have their friends write a message to them.

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