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Thread: ISO of pattern name

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    ISO of pattern name

    Hoping someone knows the name of the quilt pattern used in this photo of mine.

    I had made the quilt in 1992/1993 back when I didn't have the presence of mind to document many details about it. I'm now using the QuiltAlbum software to collect photos & details in one place and one of its data fields is Quilt Pattern. I for the life of me can not remember what this pattern is called, or find it in my hard copy sources, nor have I happened upon it online.

    Darn the right photo won't upload
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    I think we need to see a photo of the whole quilt, or at least a complete block.
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    Here's the right photo.
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    it looks like the sashings are the more difficult part around a simple square. interesting.

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    nativetexan, no it wasn't difficult at all, it was my introduction to strip piecing. It was also hand quilted using antique quilting boards clamped together and propped on chairs tops.

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    it is out of the book "Great American Quilts"
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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan View Post
    it is out of the book "Great American Quilts"
    Was there a name give to that particular quilt?

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    Don't know the name, but it looks great!

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    it reminds me of a chain link fence if that is any help.

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    I just opened the 2019 AP&Q Calendar by Better Homes and Gardens and this quilt is the January pinup...it is called Snowy Night by Deb Stumbo using checkerboard units and rail fence units....her version uses the colors a bit differently than yours but it looks to be the same pattern.

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    Yea!! an answer!

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    Found the answer via quiltville.com. It's name is Checks & Rails in Better Homes and Gardens American Heritage Quilts book published in Aug/Sept 1991.

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