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Thread: Looking for Pattern

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    Saw E Burns making this in tutorial and can't find it again after 3 searching sessions.
    One block was on point with 1.50 border around. She was throwing strips over her shoulder.
    The other block contained 5" squares I think. Sound familar to anyone?
    Illsa

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    El always throw strips over her shoulder...... It's her trademark. Would need a little more information to help with a pattern, but here is her 'theater' where she has her shows for us to watch...

    http://quiltinaday.com/theater/library.html

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    I found it Thanks so much.
    It is called Charm Quilt. Is there a pattern someplace? Or in one of her books?
    I took notes but sometimes when I take notes off a video the notes don't quite do it when I begin to cut.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoyoteQuilts
    El always throw strips over her shoulder...... It's her trademark. Would need a little more information to help with a pattern, but here is her 'theater' where she has her shows for us to watch...

    http://quiltinaday.com/theater/library.html
    I was just about to leave my computer and go sew, and decided to read one more post. Now I don't think I'll get there for hours. I've just started watching El's tv programs on saturday mornings, and a couple I missed...but I just found them. So I'm not sure weather to thank you or not. But yes this is wonderful. Thanks CoyoteQuilts!!!

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    Sorry to interupt your creating but she is funny fascinating and knowledgeable. I think I can see her on Wed afternoons at 1:30PM but I have not seen her yet on TV. I'll try for recording a VCR tape.

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    I learn something each time I watch her. Today it was about binding. I've been quilting for 30 years, both hand and machine, and I never did my binding the way she showed on her Quilt Almanac. So ofcourse, next finished quilt gets that binding.

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    I know what you mean and she makes it easy to learn. LOL Got to go work on my present project. UGGGGGGGH It is a rescue from a friends D I L I tried a finished edge I thought would be fast easy and trouble free. WRONG WRONG WRONG So now I unsew and resew.

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    Elinore Burns is a wonderful person. Have you read her biography?

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    No I haven't. What's it called? I'll check our library.

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