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Thread: Looking for this pattern

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    Looking for this pattern

    Found this on Pinterest, but the link doesn’t go anywhere. Rather than reinvent the wheel, I would love to purchase this pattern for newborn grandson! Any help will be very appreciated! I hope this link works-the quilt is sailboats and snail trail blocks....

    https://pin.it/x75x5bf5cwmdl5

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    Take a look at this thread and try contacting the OP.

    https://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f...t-t293597.html

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    Cute quilt. Don't you just hate those Pinterest links that go nowhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wesing View Post
    Take a look at this thread and try contacting the OP.

    https://www.quiltingboard.com/main-f...t-t293597.html
    Thanks for the call out. I used EQ7 to design my quilt. The yellow snail-trail block was in the block library and I redesigned the blue/green snail-trail to flatten it. Unfortunately all I have is a bunch of block diagrams with no fabric requirements or directions. The sailboats in the posters picture would be pretty easy to reverse engineer though.

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    If you got a snail trail block, and a flying geese block, you could probably do the rest yourself (like making the sail's as a string block etc). Look careful and start sketching, i bet you can do it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltsRfun View Post
    Cute quilt. Don't you just hate those Pinterest links that go nowhere?
    I hate Pinterest.
    rvsfan
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    Quote Originally Posted by jillmc View Post
    Found this on Pinterest, but the link doesn’t go anywhere. Rather than reinvent the wheel, I would love to purchase this pattern for newborn grandson! Any help will be very appreciated! I hope this link works-the quilt is sailboats and snail trail blocks....

    https://pin.it/x75x5bf5cwmdl5
    Pinterest is very frustrating.

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    That is a very pretty quilt on Pinterest and I think it would be easy to copy. You would need a pattern for the flying geese and the last row is snails trail. The sail boat would be easy to find a pattern for too. Don't just hate when you see something on Pinterest and can't find a web site for pattern! I have loved a pattern on Pinterest for about a year and finally found it on Craftsy but I don't know how to down load the pattern but I will keep trying. Good luck to you.

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    I'm with rsvfan. I don't care for pinterest either. You click on something you like - especially when it says 'get the pattern' and poof; NO pattern or anyplace to get it. Frustrating. A great place TO waste time when I could be looking at other fun things - like the QB.

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    I love Pinterest! It's where I get about 90% of my quilt ideas. The most fun for me is to take the picture and then design the patter that I like! I am creative, but need a starting point!

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    Here is a free tutorial for a 6 inch snail trail block. Hope this helps.
    http://www.walnutstreetquilts.com/tu...lock-tutorial/
    GeeGee

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    The sails are just HST's with the black set in between them, am thinking flying geese would be difficult to make them work. The boat is just a strip with triangles on each end.

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