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Old 09-12-2011, 04:03 AM
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This quilt was posted in August and I copied the photo to my computer. I think it is a beautiful pattern because it is a "true" lattice, but no instructions were given for piecing the strips. I am sure that there is an "tricky" way to assemble the quilt, but I cannot figure it out. I have searched the internet for similar patterns without success. So I am asking if the "author" of the photo or anyone that has made a similar quilt could help me out!!!!
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Old 09-12-2011, 04:14 AM
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I don't have your answers, though you might want to check thru the threads from yesterday where one on a black background with florals for the lattice was shown.

Sorry, can't remember which thread ... or who the poster was.
Maybe someone else will remember?
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Old 09-12-2011, 04:26 AM
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This looks like it and there is a pdf as well.

http://quiltdoctor.blogspot.com/2011...-for-cruz.html

There is a link if you click in the word "here" under the first picture.
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And I mean this in a good way, but some of you quilters scare me on how easy and quikly you come up with a pattern that someone is looking for. I can spend hours looking, and not find anything of what I am looking for. Great job.
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Old 09-12-2011, 04:57 AM
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Originally Posted by PegD
And I mean this in a good way, but some of you quilters scare me on how easy and quikly you come up with a pattern that someone is looking for. I can spend hours looking, and not find anything of what I am looking for. Great job.
Me too!
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Originally Posted by eparys
This looks like it and there is a pdf as well.

http://quiltdoctor.blogspot.com/2011...-for-cruz.html

There is a link if you click in the word "here" under the first picture.
Thanks for the pattern link! I think this would be a fun quilt to do ... and a good one to practice seam accuracy and straightness while mastering partial seams!
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I remember that one from yesterday - it was lovely.
Let me see if I can find it.
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Old 09-12-2011, 05:08 AM
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Originally Posted by MTS
I remember that one from yesterday - it was lovely.
Let me see if I can find it.
I'm brain dead as to where to start .... and honestly, I don't feel like going thru all the threads! I can't even remember if I posted to it! :)

MTS ... you're the super-sleuth in these parts! :lol:
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Originally Posted by Luv2SewinMaine
This quilt was posted in August and I copied the photo to my computer. I think it is a beautiful pattern because it is a "true" lattice, but no instructions were given for piecing the strips. I am sure that there is an "tricky" way to assemble the quilt, but I cannot figure it out. I have searched the internet for similar patterns without success. So I am asking if the "author" of the photo or anyone that has made a similar quilt could help me out!!!!
Here is another location:

https://www.msu.edu/]https://www.msu.edu/[/url]~donald20/Quilts/Lattice%20quilt.pdf
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Originally Posted by PegD
And I mean this in a good way, but some of you quilters scare me on how easy and quikly you come up with a pattern that someone is looking for. I can spend hours looking, and not find anything of what I am looking for. Great job.
DITTO DITTO DITTO!! Many thanks for the Lattice quilt pattern! I took a class on this last year but these directions are soooo much easier to read! Unfortunately, my lattice quilt is still a UFO, but rising to the top of the to-do list. :roll:
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