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Thread: Delectable Mountains Tutorial

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    http://www.ucquilts.com/bomjanuary2006.htm

    I really like this block, maybe I'll try it too. :lol: :lol:

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    Gosh whenever it is from it is neat.

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    Thank you, thank you for that link. I'd seen Eleanor Burns do a show using that technique, but when I went looking for the book at my LQS, they didn't have it. Can't wait to try it!

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    Mm, thinking Christmas golds and silvers for top illustration - on the list!

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    Loretta, it is a pre-Civil War pattern. Pioneer times. http://www.patternsfromhistory.com/p...-mountains.htm

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    Very cool block!!! I love the step by step instructions, they make it look pretty easy huh?

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    I think it was mentioned in JC's Sugar Camp Quilt, which is set in the Civil War era and has to do with the URR.

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    I had just got finished coping the pattern from the below site. Must be popular now. Check out the one at this site. (Bonnie's site)

    http://quiltville.com/delmtspf.html

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    Really like that technique!!!

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    This makes it look doable. Thanks for sharing.

    judee

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    You have found another great and easy quilt! This will go to the must do list.

    Thanks Sandray!

    Keep surfing! :D

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    I love the way it is made, Have to try that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ruth Camp
    I love the way it is made, Have to try that
    Hmmm, maybe someone should post it as the BOM

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