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    My turn for "Name this pattern."

    This popped up on my Pinterest home page but it's only a picture. I love how it shows off the large print fabrics. Any ideas?

    https://kathydrew.files.wordpress.co.../dsc_00061.jpg

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    it looks like kaffe fassett fabrics. the blocks are tilted twice. i could only find one tilt tuts
    http://funthreads.blogspot.com/2012/...onky-tilt.html or
    http://debbykratovilquilts.blogspot....e-pattern.html
    there are probably many tuts for tilted blocks
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    That's so pretty! I don't know the name of it but it's in the wonky family
    They do look like Kaffe fabrics.

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    Just a focus square set wonky. Bonnie Hunter has a pattern for doing a wonky setting with cutting the shapes. When I want a wonky setting, I just add 2-3 inch fabric strips all around my square and set a larger square ruler at a wonky angle and cut the new block. This block looks like it has 2 rows of wonky strips added.

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    Don't know, but do know that I love it and especially the black/white strips, really sets it off. I think I want to do this, I have Kaffe Fassett layer cake bundle, and I have some b/w fabrics.

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    Great pattern - reminds me of Maple Island Quilt patterns

    https://mapleislandquilts.com/
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    http://www.quilterscache.com/T/Tilti...atchBlock.html made with four patch but can be anything in center.

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    Reminds me of take offs from twisted log cabins in Barbara T Kaempter book, "Log Cabin with a twist" or Fiskars titled squares foundations that I have from the dark ages in my quilt room. There was another one featured in a magazine that I did, a Colonial ? pattern with the After Hours Quilters in Corpus Christi guild, and gifted to another quilter in the group in an exchange. The difference is that I cut the wonky sides and sewed them on. I believe I have seen a similar pattern with several different designers.

    So like so many of the quilt blocks, it has many different names...name it and claim it!

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    It is simply set with angled strips. Make it your own as Ninasue suggests

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    Thanks all! I knew this was the right place to ask. This is going on my to-do list which seems to be growing more lengthy by the day.

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    It’s Kaffe Fasset fabrics in the large blocks and surrounded by other cottons, with Kaffe as a frame
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    Quote Originally Posted by StephanieR View Post
    When I click that link, I just find another picture of a quilt done the same way. I think the OP is looking for a pattern, instructions or at least a name for the block.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cashs_mom View Post
    When I click that link, I just find another picture of a quilt done the same way. I think the OP is looking for a pattern, instructions or at least a name for the block.
    Does it take you to Pinterest? I'm never sure if I share a link on my Pinterest what shows up for everybody else.

    If I click on the picture, it takes me to a book that has that pattern in it. It's called New Cuts for New Quilts by Karla Alexander.

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    Nancy Zieman has that pattern also, in her big block quilts. A great one to feature a favorite larger print. Here is a link to hers.

    http://www.nancyzieman.com/blog/quil...ith-nancy-hit/
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    StephanieR, I think you were correct. I believe that quilt is in the book New Cuts for New Quilts by Karla Alexander. It's a "stack the deck" quilt.

    https://www.amazon.com/New-Cuts-Quil.../dp/1564776778
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