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    Fish Pattern

    Does anyone know of a fairly simply Fish Quilt Block Pattern?

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    Quilter's cache has a couple and Debbie Mumm has one that isn't too difficult in her 10th anniversary book.

    http://www.quilterscache.com/F/FlyingFishBlock.html

    http://www.amazon.com/s?ie=UTF8&keyw...4425011&page=1

    And here is a fairly simple one with step by step instructions
    http://freshlypieced.blogspot.com/20...attern_06.html

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    This one doesn't look too involved. Scroll down, to see the "All Those Fish Quilt Block."
    http://how-to-quilt.com/newsletter/tennesseewaltz.php

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    I've always loved this pattern, although since the author rated it "intermediate" I'm not sure that it fits your criteria of "fairly simple". Lol. Also, it's part applique.

    http://erinrussek.typepad.com/photos...renzy-web.html

    a link to the downloadable pattern (for sale):
    http://patternspot.com/patterns/quil...15-fish-frenzy

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    There was one on eleanor burns quilt in a day show a couple weeks ago

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    There is a really cute fish block at the end of "Storm at Sea 'The Wendy Way'" at the end of the pattern under "More than just Storm at Sea" http://www.emptyspoolsseminars.com/05Mathson.pdf
    Fay

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    I do not have have a fish quilt pattern but I do have a fish place mat pattern. They look like a fish

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    go to www.thewhimsicalworkshop.com they have a cute one

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    There was on in The Quilter magazine years ago...I have the magazine if you want the idea let me know and I'll dig out the mag.
    *Rachel*

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    Would you please thank you I'm trying to make all of our camping buddies a quilts with things they love, made a Cats Stairway to Heaven for the one thats loves cats, Bookcase quilt for the one that likes to read. And a Dog Quilt for another, The other loves to fish having problem finding a fish I can make.

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    Here is a picture of the block that is in the Debbie Mumm book so you can determine if it is too difficult.

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    Gone Fishing by Eleanor Burns in the Quilt throughthe seasons book easy to add more fish or do fun"tropical" fish.I did one for GS when he was small and he still loves it

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    looks like we got some very nice fish pattern links here. Thanks for sharing.
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    Have a great day and happy sewing !

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    Thank You I found this block in Debbie Mumm's BOTM Anniversary Sampler Looks fairly easy, THank Everyone for helping me You Ladies are the BEST
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    Here is a picture of the block that is in the Debbie Mumm book so you can determine if it is too difficult.

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    Here's a whole scad of places to look --->

    http://quilting.about.com/sitesearch...UName=quilting
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    Quote Originally Posted by landers1 View Post
    Does anyone know of a fairly simply Fish Quilt Block Pattern?
    There is a simple fish pattern on todays website at epatterncentral.com. The book is downloadable and is called Lots of Scraps:Time To Quilt and I see it's on sale for less than $5..
    LilaKay...greatgramma to Brielle Mae

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    fish pattern by Three Sisters

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    Here is one of my favorite that I have found thru blogging!

    http://tulip-patch.blogspot.com/2012...ng-school.html

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    I recall a tessallated fish pattern several years ago - Jackie Robinson? You might Google her and see if it is there.

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    Check this one out. The blocks are very easy to make. I did one last year.

    http://www.maryquilts.com/fish/
    Cathy

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    Maybe D9P or warm wishes, they always come to mind when wanting a focus block.
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    This is the one that might be from the Quilter. I made this as a gift a few years ago, not sure where the magazine is now. (hopefully I added the picture right)

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    Maybe this will work
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    Quote Originally Posted by cat-on-a-mac View Post
    Check this one out. The blocks are very easy to make. I did one last year.

    http://www.maryquilts.com/fish/
    A funny thing happened when I printed out this pattern. I like to print the pages out 2 on one page, and the first two pages printed out in something different than was shown on the pattern. It said "quilt Notes" and "Block pieces" and then had something made of a bunch of different charaters which I guess must be a different language. Pages 3 & 4 came out right in English. I went back and re printed pages 1 & 2 and this time the instructions were in English. Weird to say the least!!!

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