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Thread: ISO: These quilt patterns from allpeoplequilt

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    ISO: These quilt patterns from allpeoplequilt

    On their website they have these pictures on Decorating with Quilts. On page 1 and 11 are 2 quilts I would love to have the pattern to. Does anyone know the names of them? Here is a link to the page. http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/projec...uilts_ss1.html On page 11 I would like the middle quilt with the green squares. Thank You so much.

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    Great ideas.

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    ​If it is the one I think it is, you can use graph paper to figure it out in whatever size you want. It looks like it is a 8X8, 2inch finished square block alternating with the green block? The green block starts with a plain center square and then the green sashing is added with a 2 inch square in each corner?

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    The quilt on page one is called Periwinkle or Kite quilt. Clothilde's has the pattern for the quilt they call periwinkle. On page 11, the quilt on the right is a Double Wedding Ring, but I don't know the name of the pattern for the one on the left. However, from what I can see of it, you could draft it yourself, as Tartan suggested. Then you could make it any size you choose, and name it whatever you want to.

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    Also, you could check with the website to see if there is a contact page and ask them directly about pattern names, and if they sell the patterns for the quilts.

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    Thanks. Dont think I am up to graphing my own patterns just yet. I did look to contact the website to see the name but I didnt see that either. (it was early)

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