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Thread: Pattern on quilt I can't find..............

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    The pink looks like a modified orange peel, I think your wedding ring edges are the 'correct' way they made them many years ago. I have one that my great grandmother made & its like that.

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    According to EQ's Block Book, #1 is called True Lover's Knot. Great quilts! Sandy 64

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    logcabinfran is also correct about orange peel; it is listed under the orange peel section. Sandy 64

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    Beautiful quilts! Don't you wonder where ours will be 100 years from now
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    That is the way my MIL did her double wedding ring quilts.
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    They are so gorgeous
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    Beautiful quilts, lucky you. Don't know the name of the block on pink & white one either. I love the edge on the DRR. I made one a few years ago and finished it like that.

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    It is called True Lover's Knot. I have the pattern in a book titled sew quick Two-Color Quilts. I would be happy to send you the instructions if you would like, just pm me at pamvankleek@yahoo.com.

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    What treasures......I'm sure they have found a wonderful home.

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    You can get pictures of the construction of this block in a book titled "The Melon Block" by Elisa Wilson. She also has templates available. I have made the top and it turned out beautifully.

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