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Thread: Looking for a quilt picture posted today or yesterday

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    Super Member raptureready's Avatar
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    There was a picture of a beautiful scrappy quilt posted either today or yesterday. It had two strips of fabric sewn together then cut on each end at a 45degree angle and a white triangle sewn on. 3 of these strips made up a block. Then every other block was turned: across, up and down, across, up and down, etc. It was so pretty I wanted to ask what the pattern was but had to go to class. Now I can't find it. I've looked everywhere, done a search and still can't find it. I don't remember who posted it or what the thread was called.

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    can't help, but someone will be along that knows!

    make sure you use the "bookmark" feature when you see something you like!

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    Hi, was it the scrap quilt by Scrapquilter posted earlier today. It was a couple of stripes that are cut at 45 degrees on the ends and with a white triangle then. If this is the right one she said it was called weed whacker.

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    That sounds like it, thanks. I'll look it up. I tried by quilt name and by board name and still can't find it.

    Quote Originally Posted by candlequilter
    Hi, was it the scrap quilt by Scrapquilter posted earlier today. It was a couple of stripes that are cut at 45 degrees on the ends and with a white triangle then. If this is the right one she said it was called weed whacker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by raptureready
    That sounds like it, thanks. I'll look it up. I tried by quilt name and by board name and still can't find it.

    Quote Originally Posted by candlequilter
    Hi, was it the scrap quilt by Scrapquilter posted earlier today. It was a couple of stripes that are cut at 45 degrees on the ends and with a white triangle then. If this is the right one she said it was called weed whacker.
    It is also on a website http://www.quiltville.com there are alot of free scrappy patterns there but it is the last one on the list on the right side of the page.

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    I think it was Weed Wacker at quiltville.com Very scrappy and beautiful! I put it on my list of to-do's. I'm thinking batik scraps with black.

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    That's it! Thank you all so much!

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    I'm been searching the board for it also. I thought i had bookmarked it. It was so pretty.
    thanks everyone.

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    Bonnie Hunter can't be beat when it comes to scrappy quilt patterns and most of her great ones are free! She is very generous with her quilt patterns.

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