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    Senior Member auniqueview's Avatar
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    Need help identify quilt

    Does anyone recognize this quilt pattern?

    If laughter is the best medicine, I prescribe a Dachshund or four.

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    Sorry I don't, but it is really nice!

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    Where is the photo from? That should tell you.
    The Earth without art is just "Eh".

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    Sorry, I can't help you but I really like it. Will be watching to see if anyone else does.

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    Need more information about where you saw the quilt.
    It appears to be from a magazine or perhaps a pattern.

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    I see at least three different and separate blocks...one MIGHT be the Carolina Lily...but I don't have a clue what the others might be...Sorry!
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    I have the quilt, took the photo of it stretched out over my living room couch. I know that there are tulip blocks in it, but have no idea what the rest is.
    If laughter is the best medicine, I prescribe a Dachshund or four.

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    I don't know the name of the quilt pattern, but I sure do like the quilt. It is soooo pretty and colorful.

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    Thank you. It was, and still is, a little yellowed at the edges. I washed it with oxyclean and detergent on gentle. It did pull a few stitches out...the quilt is all hand stitched, so I don't intend to wash it again. I bought it at a road side yard sale where they were selling off "grannies" stuff.' The colors caught my eye, and I picked the quilt up, looked it over and bought it. Granny deserved better.
    If laughter is the best medicine, I prescribe a Dachshund or four.

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    I am with Mom to 5, I think it is a combination quilt. One played around with Eq 6 or what ever number! After you put different blocks together you can call it what ever you want. I don't know who put this combination together, or if they named it afterwards.
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