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Thread: Quilt Pattern?

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    Senior Member mimicrystal's Avatar
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    Does anyone know what this quilt pattern is? I love the colors and it looks pretty simple. I found this quilt in a Quilt Shop in Utah.
    Thanks in advance.
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    I want to say it looks like a yellow brick road pattern, but can't be 100% sure.

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    cute, don't know the pattern

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    It looks like a 4 patch within a 4 patch.

    There appears to be a small 4 patch to create 1 square, then two squares of 2 colors cut lengthwise, then one square assembled into a larger 4 patch.

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    I don't think its a Yellow brick road...I think I remember seeing it..but of course cannot remember just where at the moment! maybe in the morning...

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    I can tell you it's not a yellow brick road. I think I've seen this pattern before, but looking at it, I'd say it's made up of 4 patch blocks, rectangle blocks, and large squares. Maybe you could just draft your own version - it wouldn't be hard to do.

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    No, it isn't Yellow Brick Road. It looks like a 4 patch variation. By looking at the picture, it wouldn't be hard to figure out the pattern on paper. Good Luck.

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    I agree with Vicky. Nice pattern for showcasing a special fabric.
    Quote Originally Posted by VickyS
    It looks like a 4 patch within a 4 patch.

    There appears to be a small 4 patch to create 1 square, then two squares of 2 colors cut lengthwise, then one square assembled into a larger 4 patch.

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    This is not EXACTLY the same, but I saw this pattern and it is VERY easy. It was an ad in a Fons and Porter magazine. Here is the pattern link.

    http://www.quiltingtreasures.com/stu...lane___web.pdf

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    Could it be a turning 20? btw I love that Penny Lane quilt!

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    Thank you all...It kind of looks like the Penny Lane pattern...but if it isn't I'm going to do that one anyway...lol...I like that...
    Thanks again...

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    Me too...I'm thinking I need to make it too!

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    I was going to say it was Take 5 pattern....

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    That's what I was going to suggest.

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