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Thread: Is this quilt pattern also known as "fractured" something???

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    Is this quilt pattern also known as "fractured" something???


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    I know it as Strip Twist.
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    ​I think it is a pattern from www.quiltville.com and I think it's called Strip Twist or something like that also.

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    Yes, strip twist.
    As well as Quiltville, I think it's on the www.cozyquilts.com site
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    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK View Post
    I know it as Strip Twist.
    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    ​I think it is a pattern from www.quiltville.com and I think it's called Strip Twist or something like that also.

    Looks like a Strip Twist to me!!! http://quiltville.blogspot.com/2005/06/strip-twist.html
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    A modern fractured quilt is usually formed by slicing panels and stitching back together with an offset. However I've seen other types of quilts with that 'fractured' label. I think it's a case of multiple names for the same design, or multiple designs for the same name.

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    As stated in the text of my blog, the zigzag border was inspired on one from a 1903 quilt from Oklahoma. I did not copy it from Bonnie Hunter or from any other internet quilting site. While I know zigzag borders have been created for around 200 years at least, there are a variety of ways to piece them. If I decide to "borrow" patterns for my quilts from other published quilters, I will always give them credit.

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