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Thread: All People Quilt...Question....

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    All People Quilt...Question....

    I just received the weekly news letter from APQ. There is a lovely quilt shown at the top of the page with red, turquoise etc. rectangles with, what looks like, a square in a square inside the rectangle. I would love to get this pattern, but can't find it anywhere. Does anyone know the name of this quilt?

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    I think this is the quilt in question. Sorry I don't know the name of the pattern or designer.
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    Well I searched for about 10 minutes but all I could find was a link to the Material Girls Shoppe in Wichita, Kansas. Maybe you could call or email them and ask about the pattern.

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    Thanks ladies. Yes, that is the pattern I'm talking about..... I think it would be so cute in retro fabric. I'll try to contact the owners. Wish me luck!

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    FYI, I'm almost positive the line of fabric they used in that quilt is Moda's Modern Vintage. Just in case you're curious.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish View Post
    FYI, I'm almost positive the line of fabric they used in that quilt is Moda's Modern Vintage. Just in case you're curious.
    I'm on my smartphone (at work Shame on me!!!!) so the picture isn't the best but I was going to say the Ruby collection which is by the same designers as Vintage Modern - Moda Bonnie and Camille. Both are on my favorite fabrics list!
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    Quote Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn View Post
    I'm on my smartphone (at work Shame on me!!!!) so the picture isn't the best but I was going to say the Ruby collection which is by the same designers as Vintage Modern - Moda Bonnie and Camille. Both are on my favorite fabrics list!
    Wow, you weren't kidding. I looked at Ruby and compared it to Vintage Modern - they both have similar prints and the same colorways; red, pink, turquoise, grey, and green. Honestly, I can't tell which line is in that quilt!!!

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    it does look like a square in a square with triangles added to the corners to make it a rectangle. then it seems to have white triangles added to the corners and sewn together. maybe the last square(set on point) added later. cute!!

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    Read this thread and trotted upstairs to my nightstand where I left the fall/winter 2012 issue of BHG Quilt Sampler Magazine. I remember reading about the new Witchita quilt shop, which is near my DD. Sure enough, there was the quilt hanging on their wall. So try materialgirlsquiltshoppe.com, or call them at 316-684-5855. Funny thing is, I got that issue from the owner of Water Wheel Quilt Shop in Londonderry VT, who spoke at our guild this month. They are also featured in the issue. Happy hunting, Munner!
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    When enlarging the picture from Material Girls Quilt Shoppe site, using ctrl+, the fabric line is definitely Ruby by Bonnie and Camille for Moda. Would love this pattern too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NanaCsews2 View Post
    When enlarging the picture from Material Girls Quilt Shoppe site, using ctrl+, the fabric line is definitely Ruby by Bonnie and Camille for Moda. Would love this pattern too.
    Found it!!! Abbey Lane quilt patterns-Hanky Panky

    http://www.abbeylanequilts.com/hankypanky.html

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    Love that pattern !

    I have some of the Vintage Modern line, it is really hard to tell the 2 apart ...
    Many current lines are practically repeats of prior ones, but I guess as long as quilters keep buying, they'll keep churning it out !

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    Quote Originally Posted by NanaCsews2 View Post
    Found it!!! Abbey Lane quilt patterns-Hanky Panky

    http://www.abbeylanequilts.com/hankypanky.html
    And we have a WINNER!!!! LOL
    SERIOUSLY great jon nanaCcews2 it is such a great pattern
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    If you do buy the Hanky-Panky pattern-be sure to check their website--they have a correction section for that pattern and some others. Nothing worse than having wrong cutting directions.

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    Good luck on making this. Please post pictures!

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    I believe their patterns are in mcalls quilting magazines. All you'd have to do is buy that issue. That's what I did for the charming addition quilt I saw on that website. Good luck

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    It is a cute pattern. Shouldn't be too hard to replicate

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    Quote Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn View Post
    I'm on my smartphone (at work Shame on me!!!!) so the picture isn't the best but I was going to say the Ruby collection which is by the same designers as Vintage Modern - Moda Bonnie and Camille. Both are on my favorite fabrics list!

    LOL Auntpiggylpn Smartphone at work ? You go girlie you go !!! We need your input here !LOL
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    I'm usually pretty good at drafting a block out but not sure I can figure this one. The narrow white strips and the odd corners are confusing me. I don't see how to do this sew and flip. Hmmm........
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    NanaCsews2 thanks for the link

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    If Mcall's has this in their magazine, do you know which issue. I tried searching their site but couldn't find it.

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