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    What is your favorite drunkard path variation?

    I love the drunkard path pattern. I have seen at least 80 variations of it. I'd like to make a sampler quilt showcasing some of the prettiest variations. What is your favorite one. Here is an older quilt that I made using one that I call Anchor's Away because it came out looking like an anchor and the steering wheel of a ship. What is your favorite variation? Please post pictures if you have one.
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    Hi, I haven't been on the board for, it seems like forever, due to finishing up quilts for Christmas, and one of the quilts is a drunkard's path. I did it for my granddaughter's senior graduation gift. I am going to try to post it, but since I took the picture with my ipad, not sure if the size will be ok here. Wish me luck.
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    I did it, YAH. I call the pattern, Rachel's Rambling Rainbow. She was pretty happy with it. The dark blue is cotton, and the colored pieces are batik.
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    Awesome quilts!!!!!!!!!!!

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    gosh i love them both! i just love the pink one; i dont spose you still have it, do you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by terri bb View Post
    gosh i love them both! i just love the pink one; i dont spose you still have it, do you?
    Yep! I've still got it!
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    Quote Originally Posted by spartan quilter View Post
    Hi, I haven't been on the board for, it seems like forever, due to finishing up quilts for Christmas, and one of the quilts is a drunkard's path. I did it for my granddaughter's senior graduation gift. I am going to try to post it, but since I took the picture with my ipad, not sure if the size will be ok here. Wish me luck.
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    I did it, YAH. I call the pattern, Rachel's Rambling Rainbow. She was pretty happy with it. The dark blue is cotton, and the colored pieces are batik.
    I've never seen this one before! Its Pretty!!!! I love it!!!
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    I find this quilt to be very charming!

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    Quote Originally Posted by #1piecemaker View Post
    I love the drunkard path pattern. I have seen at least 80 variations of it. I'd like to make a sampler quilt showcasing some of the prettiest variations. What is your favorite one. Here is an older quilt that I made using one that I call Anchor's Away because it came out looking like an anchor and the steering wheel of a ship. What is your favorite variation? Please post pictures if you have one.
    Going to try this one next, have the eleanor burns egg money quilts book did the dresden plate and the gfg.

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    both quilt are terrific.
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    both layouts are very nice

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