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Thread: Help with identifying a pattern, please?

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    Help with identifying a pattern, please?

    I saw this beautiful quilt and would love to know what the pattern is. I know that it's probably simple to re-create without a pattern but my brain just doesn't work that way. Can anybody identify this pattern for me? I would love to make it for my bed. A first...as my quilts all tend to be for someone else Thank you so much for any help!
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    where did you find the picture... if on google images or pinterest, there should be a link to the maker's site
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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...s-t221182.html This was a posting about that quilt.

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    Maybe Ozarkgal would know the pattern name as they quilted it? Or perhaps they would ask the quilt maker the name for you?

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    it looks to be done tube style. strips sewn together and laid on top of each other and cut. quiltville.com has some and lots of tutorials out there in internet land too on these.
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    I already asked the quilter. I now know the quilting pattern name :-) Now just to know the actual quilt pattern.

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    You sew five 2.5 strips together, then cut them into 10.5" squares. Put one square on top of the other, with the stripes going opposite ways (top square stripes go vertical, bottom square stripes go horizontal) and sew a quarter inch seam all around the perimeter. Then you cut the square in quarters diagonally, like a big X. This will give you 4 blocks, which you then play with on your design wall.

    Super easy and fun. I'm making one right now where I alternated light and dark fabrics.

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    It is a beautiful pattern. Thanks Peggi for breaking it down.
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    I agree with Peckish on the general concept, but I think this is the 4 strip version, not the 5

    Here's the video:
    "Amazing Jelly Roll Quilt Pattern by 3 Dudes"
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    Oooh, I think you're right, PaperPrincess - it Does use 4 strips and not 5. My mistake!
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    I like your 5 strip quilt, Peckish! Quite a different pattern when just one more strip is added.

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    I used 5 strips and it works great

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    Did you use 2 prints and 2 whites. I so want to make this top.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Woman View Post
    Did you use 2 prints and 2 whites. I so want to make this top.
    If you're talking to me... I used 3 prints and 2 whites. Jelly rolls, actually.

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    I thought it looked like a 3 Dudes pattern!

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    I love the scrappy colorful look. This will be another pattern to add to my bucket list.

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    I think this pattern was posted on here by Missouri Star Quilt Co. Jelly Roll tutorial...I have made 3 so far...super fun...

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    Quote Originally Posted by AlienQuilter View Post
    I thought it looked like a 3 Dudes pattern!
    That's what it is!!! Peckish described it as shown on a Missouri Star youtube.

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    It is the same concept as the 3 Dudes quilt done on the Missouri Star Quilt Company, but definitely made with only 4 strips of fabric. I've made the 3 Dudes quilt and it turned out pretty good. Just remember that if you only use 4 fabrics, cut your segments into 8.5" blocks instead of 10.5". It will take more blocks, but I like the look of the 4 strips a little bit better. This pattern looks like you spent a lot of time cutting the pieces and really goes together quickly.

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    Wow! Love it! TY for posting this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peckish View Post
    Oooh, I think you're right, PaperPrincess - it DOES use 4 strips and not 5. My mistake!
    I don't see any mistake yours looks great, and what a great idea to add the white strips!
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    check out Missouri Star Quilt Co. on you tube the is a tutorial on this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=L5Ixvjje310
    If the link doesn't work it is called amazing jelly roll quilts from the 3 dudes.

    It looks really cool with the batiks.

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    I think this pattern is from the book "Jelly Roll Quilts" by Pam & Nicky Lintott, it is called "Garden Trellis" and is on Page 24. I just bought the book yesterday and that pattern was the reason I bought it.

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    You girls are so smart AND talented! I love both quilts and really love the easy straightforward directions! Thank you so much, once again!

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    That makes a real nice scrappy. I love it.

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