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Thread: Found it! Happy to be Scrappy Pattern

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    Senior Member Shelley's Avatar
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    Here it is!

    Quiltmaker’s Sept/October 1999 #69, page 16

    And if you want a different layout, here are some options. These also work with log cabin blocks.

    http://quiltmaker.com/webextras/patt157/index.html

    There are only three block to make for this quilt:
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    Thanks.

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    Thanks for posting the directions. I love the quilt you made and added it to my favorites!

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    Maybe I missed it but what size are your squares?

    You do beautiful work

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    It's been a while since I put the top together. I think they finished to 9"

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    Just the fix I am needing today!!:))To think I just might have to make a quilt!! LOL Defin. this is a good one!! Skeat...thanks for sharing!

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    Shelly, you are awesome, thank you so much for the pattern.

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    That looks like a great pattern, easy too. :D

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    Thanx for looking, and for posting it. This is a very attractive quilt, especially in the colors you choose.

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    Shelly, that's a great pattern and it's hard to believe that there are only 3 blocks. Hmmmm, I'm gonna have to take some time off :-o

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    Thanks for posting the URL.

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    So pretty, I am going to have to check this one out.

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    Your awesome girl. Thanks for the pattern link

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    Shelly, I have that book and I helped my partners mother make one of her own. I have mine in the works but am using a different layout. I didn't wnat to make both of ours the very same. I am putting the zigzag on the top and bottom and the four blocks together to make closed block with the darker colors. I don't plan to do the squares on the border. I want to bring out one particular color in the quilt so I am going with a solid border.................The moment I saw that quilt in Quiltmaker magazine I knew I just had to make it.

    Barb

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    Thanks for posting it.....very nice :D

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