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Thread: Do we have some good sleuths on forum?

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    Do we have some good sleuths on forum?

    I am looking for a quilt that someone made within the past month. They used this pattern and I would like to see what fabrics they used. I bookmarked it and it just "disappeared" from my computer. I looked back through 11 pages of pictures and couldn't find it. Tell me I am not imagining this!! Thanks in advance for all of your help.
    Oh, and the quilt is truly on the straight of fabric. The picture was tilted.
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    I have a couple of these fabrics in flannel. Called Essential Flannel from Wilmington Prints. It likes like most of those are from the same line. I have 4 of the fabrics that are in the sample.


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    What's the name of the pattern. It looks familiar but I don't remember it the name. It would make it easier for me to do a search.

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    The person that posted the quilt didn't have the name. She used beautiful fabrics, though. The fabric definitely was not pastels, though. I just wanted to take another look at the quilt, but I can't find the post that used this pattern with different fabrics. Thanks again for your help.
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    We do have really good sleuths on the board. Cherisews and Dharinger, these are exactly what I was looking for. Thanks so much. Take care.
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    Glad I could help! Let us know what colors you choose for this quilt. Have fun!

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    I don't know but the colors are enticing! The pattern looks easy. I am going to follow thid thread for info. Thanks for the posting.
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    Many thanks for the link, it is a very cute quilt. Picked up a couple of other free patterns while I was there, like I need more projects.
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    thank you for starting this post. I made a copy of pattern.

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