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Thread: Name this quilt.

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    Junior Member yorkie luv's Avatar
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    Name this quilt.

    Does anyone know the name of this quilt.
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    Senior Member Rose S.'s Avatar
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    I don't know the name....but I sure do like it.

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    ​Don't recognize it but it might be a combo of 2 different blocks?

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    It certainly looks like tartan is right; it is two alternating blocks set on point. What those two blocks are called I don't know. On the edges, the alternate blocks are not full blocks and what I would call the featured blocks extend into the border. Sure is pretty.
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    Sorry I can count 3 blocks. The diagonal, the hourglass and the square. The diagonal is the only block I have never seen before but thinking it is a mixture of a few blocks.
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    It looks like a Judy Laquidara pattern. I looked at her site and didn't see it. http://www.patchworktimes.com/patterns/

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    i see three blocks, also. the main block, a sashing block, and a plain cornerstone.
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