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Thread: Road to Florida Quilt?

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    Such a pretty quilt, love it. Thanks for sharing this, never heard of it before.

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    Curious, what magazine did you find this in? Wondering if it is out there on the web. Pat
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    magazine called Quilt winter of 1990. I understand it is also called smoothing iron learned this from grammydwynn
    I have to say the magazine left out some important pieces in the instructions, but grammydwynn put me back on the right track

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    I think this is the same pattern, different name for those in search of it : http://thimbleblossoms.bigcartel.com...49-pdf-pattern
    ~Dana~

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    Thanks, I thought I might have it but my magazine stash doesn't go back that far.LOL The other post with the thimbleblossoms looks like it, what do you think? BTW this would be a challenging quilt for someone but especially for a beginning quilter. Lovely though.
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    Looks like thimbleblossoms. I have also heard it called smoothing iron by grammygwynn. Yep it has been a challenge since mag did not give directions for the end pieces but grammygwynn helped me and I am cruising along now. I really do enjoy looking at it as I am sewing on it.

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    That is a really nice quilt. I like quilt patterns that are more challenging!

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