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Thread: Which block is this.

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    Super Member watson's mom's Avatar
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    This is not my quilt. Someone sent me this pic taken at a quilt show this weekend. She is a brand new quilter and wants to make it but didn't think to get the name of the person who's quilt it is. If I can identify the name of the quilt, maybe I can help her find the pattern and get the yardage requirements. It seems simple enough for her first real quilt. Thank you to everyone who looks.
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    I don't know the name of it, but it sure is pretty and doesn't look hard to make. Two different squares with small sashing in between. Like stained glass. It's easier to see the pattern on the further away picture.

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    I found it on the northcott site here it is
    http://www.northcott.net/?sid=3&layo...=846&colid=432
    it's not exactly the same but pretty darn close

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    That is so pretty. I'm so glad someone found a similar pattern.

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    Super Member watson's mom's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by btiny36
    I found it on the northcott site here it is
    http://www.northcott.net/?sid=3&layo...=846&colid=432
    it's not exactly the same but pretty darn close
    Thanks, I am going to send this to her and see if it fits what she wants.

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    I think it's called Seattle Streets, or at least is similar to that. Here's a link:

    http://www.ufo-rphanage.com/Seattle_Streets_Pattern.pdf

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    This will be a fun and easy pattern for her, I can't wait to see her quilt :D:D:D

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    I book marked that Seattle Streets on my computer for future reference. What a great idea with such good instructions.

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    That is a cool block. Great for scrap quilts

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    It's called Flight of the Dancing Cranes. It can be found on the Northcott website under the Archived patterns.

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