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Thread: Strip quilt in bright fabric

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    In the last few days I saw a lovely strip quilt somewhere here on the board and now when I want a second look I can't find it. It was not a string quilt.
    If I remember right it was long strips of fabric, maybe 36-42 inches joined together. It was made out of brights. I didn't comment at the time so it's not in my posts or in my history.
    Anyone remember what I am talking about?

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    I just finished quilts for two of my grandsons. Very simple and very bright. Don't know if this is what you saw, but here is a picture.

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    That's lovely but not the one I am thinking about.
    Thanks for trying to help.

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    Search : Quilts for soldiers in Afghanistan OR Jan in Va , but search right on this page at the top right. You might see it. blessings, Ruth

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrspete
    Search : Quilts for soldiers in Afghanistan OR Jan in Va , but search right on this page at the top right. You might see it. blessings, Ruth
    Thanks. No not there either but they are some lovely quilts.

    I think it must have been Amanda's quilt!
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-80145-1.htm

    I'm not sure but that is close if it's not the one I am thinking about.
    I don't remember the borders but just had a quick look before doing something.

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    must be a jelly roll quilt.....

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    Thanks. I did a quick search for jelly roll quilts and look at this one I found. Not it but lovely.
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-55507-1.htm

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    yea there is one that i saw a while back with bright scrappy hearts.. I think they were like 2 inch squares. Each block had two colors but the colors were all scrappy and each block colors were different then the others.. .. it was beautiful.. Now for the life of me I cant find it..

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    I don't know how to put in the link, sorry, but search 1 Jelly Roll by grandmother23 and see if that is it.

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    Susie.......this one?
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-79069-1.htm

    Quote Originally Posted by susiequilt
    In the last few days I saw a lovely strip quilt somewhere here on the board and now when I want a second look I can't find it. It was not a string quilt.
    If I remember right it was long strips of fabric, maybe 36-42 inches joined together. It was made out of brights. I didn't comment at the time so it's not in my posts or in my history.
    Anyone remember what I am talking about?

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