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Thread: Anyone know the pattern for this quilt from the quilt show?

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    It really catches my eye... even though I'm weary of triangle work. :roll:
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    I think I could create it on EQ6--I just "saw" the block. :lol: But how do you think the triangles are put together? In squares with single triangles added?

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    It looks to me like the "London Square" pattern:
    http://www.quilterscache.com/L/LondonSquareBlock.html

    Good luck!

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    Is that "Ocean Waves"?

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    London square looks about right but there may be other ways to cut the fabric and piece it together.

    Jois

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    no1jan--how did you do that??? :-D

    I've been playing on EQ6 and came up with this (I always create somthing that's already there!)-- I wanted to change the size of the block so the measurements don't make my head spin. :roll:

    I'm thinking scrappy stash bustin' quilt!! :D :D :D
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    Oh yes--any suggestions on easy--very easy ways to cut and sew those triangle rows together wuold be welcomed. I was wondering if some HSTs would be quicker?

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    I believe it is called "northwinds".

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    Quote Originally Posted by dakotamaid
    I believe it is called "northwinds".
    When you look at the blocks, they look the same to me, but when you put the blocks together London Square has the diamond shape.

    I don't have EQ6, I am very new to quilting! Someday I will have it by then they will probably be into the EQ12 or 13! Until then I and green with envy for all of you that have it!
    :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

    Right now, I just search the patterns on Quilters Catch. Takes longer. Like writing things out longhand instead of using a computer or typewriter. :)

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    For cutting I personally like the June Taylor shape cut.

    I have 2 and use them all the time: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-37199-1.htm

    Good luck and post pictures!

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