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Thread: Looking for picture of "cumberland quilt"

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    Looking for picture of "cumberland quilt"

    I saw a picture of a quilt made out of scraps and it was just half square triangles. I went back to look at it again and I am unable to find it in the "pictures" area. I believe the maker called it a "cumberland" quilt. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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    Just type in Cumberland Quilt in the search area above and you will get some info there. It's the second post reply that has the picture of it and then reading on there is a link too from someone else. Hope this helps.

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    i found this one with a picture in In Search Of
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/search-...t-t225806.html
    Nancy in western NY

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    That is a gorgeous quilt. Now I have to pul my scraps out .......again.
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    I followed the link in the responses and Jordan, I have added this to my list of "to do's" so I can use up my scraps. Well at least some of my scraps any way. The Cumberland Pattern looks like it can be worked on now and again until the project is finished and the end result will be, really good looking utility quilt. Thank you for following your interest and asking the question about this pattern.

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    looks like 1/2 the hst are scrappy/scrappy
    and the other half are scrappy/white.
    Just need to figre out size and how many you need.


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    That is a nice pattern for scraps. Does anyone have an idea what size they have made the half square triangles?

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