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    Diamond Patch Quilt Pattern. Here is a link to it:
    https://www.anniescatalog.com/detail.html?prod_id=93715

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    Prism99, Thank you so much. I have made & gifted this pattern several times. This is the first time I was asked for the pattern name and realized I didn't know it. I have just made it from that picture.

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    That's so pretty!!!

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    That is a perfect quilt ans the colors are too. Annies catalog one is not near as pretty.
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    A perfect example of how something so simple can be so effective.
    Love that pattern and can be made using any size square. Scrap bin, here I come!
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    Quote Originally Posted by true4uca View Post
    Prism99, Thank you so much. I have made & gifted this pattern several times. This is the first time I was asked for the pattern name and realized I didn't know it. I have just made it from that picture.
    Did you find the setting triangles that make up the border hard to do? I have never done blocks on point. Thank you!

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    That is it! I have the pattern in my "to do" list. Lovely.

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    I bought mine on Craftsy and made the queen size one
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    That's a great pattern! I'm curious as to why one reviewer commented "especially for a baby girl". It seems like the fabrics used would give it any gender-bias. Hmmm ...

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    I always use Bonnie Hunters chart. After the first quilt it was so easy. For me it was a learning curve.
    https://www.bing.com/search?q=settin...=EUPP_HPDTDFJS

    Quote Originally Posted by copycat View Post
    Did you find the setting triangles that make up the border hard to do? I have never done blocks on point. Thank you!
    True4uca

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    I tend to use different baby girl or boy prints. I've never seen it done with regular fabrics. I'm liking Lilakay's version a lot.
    Quote Originally Posted by DJ View Post
    That's a great pattern! I'm curious as to why one reviewer commented "especially for a baby girl". It seems like the fabrics used would give it any gender-bias. Hmmm ...
    True4uca

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    I made the one from Annie's the 3rd picture under the main picture, several years ago. I used the queen size pattern and cut everything to size the pattern called for but my quilt finished out to be a large king size quilt. I was pleased with the pattern and design, but surprised about the completed size. We have a queen size bed, and so do my children, so I gifted it to my niece and hubby for a Christmas gift, fits their king size bed with hang over to the floor perfectly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by true4uca View Post
    I always use Bonnie Hunters chart. After the first quilt it was so easy. For me it was a learning curve.
    https://www.bing.com/search?q=settin...=EUPP_HPDTDFJS
    Fantastic! Thank you for the info.! Happy quilting!

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    Thanks for sharing. It's a great pattern and you did a fantastic job.
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