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Thread: What pattern is this?

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    Junior Member Juztme's Avatar
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    What pattern is this?

    I saw this quilt at the quilt show this weekend. The sign says the pattern is Hedgerow. Being new to quilting, this looked fairly simple to do so looked around on the internet for the pattern, but couldn't find anything. Can anyone help... . . .What is this pattern??
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    Easy enough to duplicate. Pick a focus fabric and pick a size square. Say 6" finished. Cut 6 1/2 squares. then pick 3 complimentary fabrics and cut 2 1/2 strips. Sew the 3 strips together to get a strip set that measures 6.5 wide. Cut this strip set into 6.5 units. Sew together alternating rows. First row, focus square and strip set going horizontal, second row start with a strip set going vertical alternating with focus square. Keep repeating rows until it is the size you want.

    Look up a pattern for a rail fence quilt to get your yardage requirements.

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    I've seen several posted on this forum called "Warm Wishes". You can probably find instructions for it by searching that name.

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    I think the pattern is called "Warm Wishes".

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    Looks like Warm Wishes to me too and it's a free pattern. Look on Project Linus site (if I remember correctly).
    Bernie

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    It's called "Warm Wishes". It's a quick pattern and looks great when finished. I made one using funny golf fabric as the focus fabric and brown/green/blue for the rails. Also made one using tropical fish as focus fabric with yellow/blue/orange rails that turned out quite nice. My granddaughter wanted a blue and orange quilt, so that's why the rails were those colors. Don't know how to post pix on this new format, or I would post them.
    The Trike Riding Quilting Diva

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    It looks like Warm Wishes to me. It's a fun and easy quilt to make. Check on line for the pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mathteacher View Post
    i've seen several posted on this forum called "warm wishes". You can probably find instructions for it by searching that name.
    ditto!!!!!!

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    Here is one link to the Warm Wishes pattern, although I have seen similar patterns under different names. http://www.quiltmaker.com/content_do...DoubleSize.pdf

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    It might be called Warm Wishes by Quiltmaker Magazine. Might check their web site. They published something like this for a Project Linus Quilt a few years ago.
    I made it to the mtns and love every minute of it!

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