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Thread: Quilt Directions

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    Quilt Directions

    I recently moved. The directions to one of the quilts that I had started got seperated form its quilt. I don't know where to look for them as I can't remember the name of the quilt. Can anyone help me? Below is a picture of what I have done so far and the rest of the fabrics I am using for the quilt, if this helps any. The beige and tan tone on tone fabrics are the next to go on the block.Name:  quilt directions1.jpg
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    julie

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    I'm sorry, I don't know the pattern. It looks very pretty though. Are you any good at improvising if you can't find the directions?
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    I think I would put the next strips on like a log cabin. I don't know the pattern, either, but I'm sure someone on QB will let you know soon.
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    its a Square-in-a-Square quilt block .......... quilting.about.com/.../starquiltblockpatterns/.../Kansas-Star-Quilt-Blo... and .... sleepyowlstudio.wordpress.com/.../square-in-a-square-quilt-block-tut...
    Last edited by mary quilting; 09-25-2012 at 10:34 AM.

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    I don't know it's name, just looks like triangles sewn to a block and more triangles sewn them. I think it would be easy to duplicate.
    I do know it is absolutely beautiful and I love the colors you used. Good luck finding the name.
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    Very pretty colors

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    Got fabric?

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    Check out this topic and see if that's the block you are making.
    Easiest Quilt Block You've Ever Made?
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