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Thread: name of quilt pattern

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    I took a picture of this quilt, but didn't write down the name. Help! please, I would like to make it using scraps, but can't seem to find it anywhere.
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    I don't know but when you find out, please tell us. It looks like it would be a great way to use up scraps!

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    I have a version of this pattern called Two of a Kind.

    (The name comes from the fact that designer Rachel Shelburne did this pattern using a variety of batiks, and her mother Darlene Zimmerman did the same quilt in her signature 1930's retro prints.)
    A lap size quilt can be made with 10 FQ's and just over a yard of a background material (before borders).

    This is in American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine, April 2008.

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    Looks like a nice fairly easy pattern. Sorry, I do not know the name.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JenniePenny
    I have a version of this pattern called Two of a Kind.

    (The name comes from the fact that designer Rachel Shelburne did this pattern using a variety of batiks, and her mother Darlene Zimmerman did the same quilt in her signature 1930's retro prints.)
    A lap size quilt can be made with 10 FQ's and just over a yard of a background material (before borders).

    This is in American Patchwork & Quilting Magazine, April 2008.
    can the "card trick" pattern be used instead? it is close.

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    The description reads "using the same pattern reminiscent of a Card Trick block, a mother-and-daughter design team created two quilts that reflect their individual styles."

    from the pattern I have, the quilt is made in diagonal rows of rectangles, not horizontal rows of squares.

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    I am going to follow this thread too. I would like to know the name of this pattern. I will also see if I have the American Patchwork and quilting April 2008, Thanks everyone.

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    Thanks everyone, I will try to find the American Patchwork. The scrap idea is why I'm looking for it. I have lots of scraps.

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    I found it on All People Quilt color options. It's #16, two of a kind color option. Thanks again for your help, having a name made it easier to look. Hope now I can finish it.

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    what is the link that you found the pattern online???

    Quote Originally Posted by grannysewer
    I found it on All People Quilt color options. It's #16, two of a kind color option. Thanks again for your help, having a name made it easier to look. Hope now I can finish it.

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