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Thread: Do you have the pattern for this quilt?

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    Do you have the pattern for this quilt?

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    I think it's called "Georgia" something. My sister sent it to me. I promised her a quilt, and asked if there was any style in particular that she'd like, and she sent me this. Apparently found it in a magazine (with no pattern). I suppose I could make up a pattern, but it would be nice to have a real one. Anyone?

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    Looks like it's just squares, from a variety of co-ordinating fabrics. You could make your own or buy a few layer cakes of pre-cut 10 inch squares and get the look I think. No borders, just the narrow binding to finish

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    I agree, no discernible pattern, just gorgeous fabrics.

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    Oh, that's an easy peasy quilt to make without a pattern. I agree with GEMRM, just use 10" squares and use a narrow binding! It looks like the squares around the edges on the sides aren't as big as the other squares. If you wanted to duplicate it exactly, I would just use 7-8" rectangles on the outer edge then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn View Post
    Oh, that's an easy peasy quilt to make without a pattern. I agree with GEMRM, just use 10" squares and use a narrow binding! It looks like the squares around the edges on the sides aren't as big as the other squares. If you wanted to duplicate it exactly, I would just use 7-8" rectangles on the outer edge then.
    I agree with most of what you said, except the 8x10" pieces only appear to be on the sides and probably not the top or bottom based on the picture and having seen a very similar quilt before.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handcraftsbyjen View Post
    I agree with most of what you said, except the 8x10" pieces only appear to be on the sides and probably not the top or bottom based on the picture and having seen a very similar quilt before.
    Oops! That's what I meant to say! I thought I had changed my post to read the 2 sides! Thanks for catching it!!!
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    i think layer cakes moda has a new line out called (papullon) dont think i spelled it right but looks close enough to the colours in the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lindy-2 View Post
    i think layer cakes moda has a new line out called (papullon) dont think i spelled it right but looks close enough to the colours in the picture.
    It is called Papillion and the fabric line is gorgeous! http://www.fatquartershop.com/store/...52&Parent_Ids=
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    Lovely quilt, and it is amazing how just simple squares and rectangles can make such a pretty quilt...especially when using the right color scheme and patterns...
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    Love the fabric!

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    Quote Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn View Post
    Oh, that's an easy peasy quilt to make without a pattern. I agree with GEMRM, just use 10" squares and use a narrow binding! It looks like the squares around the edges on the sides aren't as big as the other squares. If you wanted to duplicate it exactly, I would just use 7-8" rectangles on the outer edge then.
    Wouldn't one side of those outside squares need to be same size as the squares you are attaching them to? It looks to me like the seams match all way out to edge of quilt???
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    More Moda layer cakes here....
    http://www.charmpacksplus.com/layer-cakes.html

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    I think I would have to ask her a couple of questions first...like Do you really like the quilt pattern? or do you just like the colors ? MY good friend ask me to make her a quilt ...come to find out it was "just" the colors she liked....
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    yep, looks like several layer cakes were used or just large squares. something so simple can look so great!!

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    Last edited by nativetexan; 02-27-2012 at 12:31 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Handcraftsbyjen View Post
    I agree with most of what you said, except the 8x10" pieces only appear to be on the sides and probably not the top or bottom based on the picture and having seen a very similar quilt before.
    It would be very easy to do the blocks evenly across------------or use half blocks on the edges and ends. No pattern needed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moreland View Post
    Wouldn't one side of those outside squares need to be same size as the squares you are attaching them to? It looks to me like the seams match all way out to edge of quilt???

    they are the same width all the way
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    It looks like it could have come from a type of bed/ bath decor magazine showing their different products. Thus, it would not have a pattern. Sure would be easy to duplicate...just not the fabrics.

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    It looks like the quilting on some squares are cross hatched and on others channel line quilting.

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    Looks like just squares to me also. I see the biggest problem is going to find just the right fabrics.

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    I agree with everyone else; layer cake sized blocks in the center, and then rectangles all around for the border. I love the new Papillon fabric too, but it's not the fabric pictured. Papillon has far more pastels. This does look like a Moda fabric though. I just love Moda's designers!
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    Quote Originally Posted by GEMRM View Post
    Looks like it's just squares, from a variety of co-ordinating fabrics. You could make your own or buy a few layer cakes of pre-cut 10 inch squares and get the look I think. No borders, just the narrow binding to finish
    I thought the same thing. Should be very quick to put together!
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    It looks like the blocks are 12" or 15". There is four blocks across the bottom of the mattress (48" or 60") then add the sides (88" or 112"). It also looks that there is a partial block on all four sides.
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    Quote Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn View Post
    It is called Papillion and the fabric line is gorgeous! http://www.fatquartershop.com/store/...52&Parent_Ids=
    That is a gorgeous fabric line! Wish I wasn't on a fabric buying moratorium right now. I would love a couple of layer cakes and jelly rolls of that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by auntpiggylpn View Post
    It is called Papillion and the fabric line is gorgeous! http://www.fatquartershop.com/store/...52&Parent_Ids=
    It doesn't look like there would be as much brick red in it when it was done (more of the lighter squares), but it would still be gorgeous!
    C9P aka Jan

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