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    Need help locating a pattern

    Good Morning Quilting Friends,
    I am searching to locate a quilt pattern. In the "Picture" section of the board on 8/12/12, under the title of " Quilts from the local fair", a photo was posted of a Baltimore quilt...it is the last picture....I am trying to find the name of that pattern and locate where to find it.
    Can any of you extremely resourceful quilting friends help me? I will continue my seach as well in my spare time, whatever that is.

    Thank you so much! You may PM me if you prefer.
    Hugs, Drue
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    i can't find the picture. where is it.

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    Here it is, Holice. Quilts from the local fair

    If the pattern source was not on the tag, or if you didn't copy it down, why not call the guild that made the quilt?
    Last edited by ghostrider; 08-15-2012 at 05:34 AM.
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    I think it is a pattern from the book Beloved Baltimore Album Quilts. by
    Elly Sienkiewicz

    If you like the ship block look at this masterpiece:
    http://suegarman.blogspot.com/2007/1...es-of-sea.html
    Got fabric?

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo View Post
    I think it is a pattern from the book Beloved Baltimore Album Quilts. by
    Elly Sienkiewicz

    If you like the ship block look at this masterpiece:
    http://suegarman.blogspot.com/2007/1...es-of-sea.html
    WOW!!!!!!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo View Post
    I think it is a pattern from the book Beloved Baltimore Album Quilts. by
    Elly Sienkiewicz

    If you like the ship block look at this masterpiece:
    http://suegarman.blogspot.com/2007/1...es-of-sea.html


    Holy Smokes! What a work of ART!!!!
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    Or GreenFairy's recent post right here!
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    Santa Rosa Quilt Guild Each year an opportunity quilt is made by the guild and raffled to generate operating funds. Tickets are available at various functions throughout the year. The 2012-2013 Opportunity Quilt, titled "Santa Rosa Beauty" was a group project.It was Organized by Raychell Sumner.... Here is the info. The quilt was made by several of the members. If you want a quilt like this. I would use the several books on Baltimore album quilts to design my own. It is a beautiful quilt!
    Luann in CT
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    Thank you so much for the information. This is the quilt I saw on the other thread. I have been searching the Baltimore Albums to find this pattern. Do you know if this particular pattern is available or is it taken for several different patterns? I love this and all the components and especially love the grapevines applqued border which I think really sets then entire quilt off beautifully. It may take me TEARS to get this beauty completed, but I would still like to give it a try. Thanks again for the information.
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    Hugs,
    Drue

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    Quote Originally Posted by luvstoquilt View Post
    Holy Smokes! What a work of ART!!!!
    Holy Maloly Mildred. Now that's a love of quilting and a whole lot of dedication.

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