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Thread: New (for me) Wedding quilt pattern

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    Super Member QuiltingKrazy's Avatar
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    New (for me) Wedding quilt pattern

    Did anyone see the episode of Fons & Porter yesterday on "Emily's Wedding Quilt"?
    It looks so detailed but is only two blocks, one of which is really a simple one. You use 2 size strips, one 3.5" and one 2". I was amazed at how this came together. I got to try this one day soon! Or at least put the picture in my "gotta do one day stack"!
    https://www.shopfonsandporter.com/pr...ttern/patterns

    When you see this hanging on the wall, you can see the circles so much better.
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    Oh this is really pretty! Will have to look it up. Thanks for sharing or I wouldn't have known about it.

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    Amazing how the straight lines transform into what looks like circles.

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    That would look really pretty made up with my 30's prints!

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    Its a nice take on a tennessee waltz. I have this pattern on my bucket list The TW just uses a snowball block instead of a shoefly with the HST.
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    I saw the show too, and thinking the same as you. And I have the issue. It is going to be my next project too. Maybe pick up some fabric and start to get ready for a winter project.

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    Isn't that a fascinating pattern! I didn't see the show, but I bought the magazine for this pattern and ordered the Tri-Recs tool. I got side tracked and started cutting for a hex quilt, but this one is still in my mind.

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    That episode aired here today, and I enjoyed that very much. I remember a show they did with just the more complicated block (54 50 fight) and that was spectacular too (that show was from several yrs. ago, as I remember.)
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    I have actually made three of these. they are extreamly easy but look so hard and awesome.
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    I saw the show also. I agree the quilt was beautiful. I am thinking I might like to try it someday.

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