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Thread: Need help figuring out this quilt

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    That is beautifiul. Can't help on the math.

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    I do remember seeing this pretty quilt when it was first posted, cannot remember for the life of me who made it. I *think* though that it was her original design ... not a pattern.

    It is very pretty!
    May your stitches always be straight, your seams always lie flat, and your grain never be biased against you.

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    I think it was first posted by quiltingmommy , I was searching for it a couple of days ago and that's the link someone sent me, I want to make it also. If it is her design she should publish a pattern!

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    If you figure out please post.

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    it turned out very nice like the colors!!!!
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    This is the original post I think:
    Beautiful fabric for baby quilt - need help selecting pattern.
    Sounds like quiltingmomma saw a picture on pinterest so she probably didn't design it.
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    I did one sort of like that, and it required jelly roll strips, so it was 2.5 inches. I think it was supposed to look like a gift with ribbons, but I just put a flower on it.
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    OH that is very pretty Willferg. Thank you for sharing.

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    So adorable. Should be easy, and the recipient will love it.

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    such a lovely quilt...does anyone think it would work for a boy - in boy colors & maybe with a sailboat, soccer ball, something instead of the flower?

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