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Thread: Quilt pattern

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    A few days ago someone posted a picture of a quilt made with strips and then the block was cut into 4 triangles and sewed back together. Would you please tell me the name of that pattern

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    Was it Tradewinds?

    http://www.hoffmanfabrics.com/conten...asp?FolderID=7

    It was a free pattern from Hoffman but now it's not free, there are also some similar patterns here that are free.

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    Wasn't it under tutorials? Did you post on it? Go to the header and press My Posts. You may find it that way.

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    Was it Fabric Flings?? Done in Black and White. I loved that too!

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    The tutorial was removed. this might help:
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-86786-1.htm

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    Yes it was Fabric Fling Does anyone one know where I can get the pattern.

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    Was it with strips or did it start with a 4 P?

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    Was it this posting for the Xcentric Block from Anita Grossman Solomon's "Rotary Cutting Revolution" book?

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-87185-1.htm

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    This was posted by oneygirl. I think her avatar is Fabric Flings. I wrote it out as it was stated there wasn't a pattern. It is 7 two inch strips sewn together vertically - need 32. The strips are 11" wide and cut into TWO triangles. Mix and sew 64 triangles together. Square to 10 1/2 X 10 1/2. Hope this helps - I'm sure someone else will jump in with help.

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    NOT vertically - strips in rows

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    This was posted on another topic:
    Just call 203-743-0543 for the Fabric Fling Pattern.

    Looking at this block I would not spend my money on the pattern. It is just a string quilt in limited colors, cut and sewn back together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scraps
    This was posted by oneygirl. I think her avatar is Fabric Flings. I wrote it out as it was stated there wasn't a pattern. It is 7 two inch strips sewn together vertically - need 32. The strips are 11" wide and cut into TWO triangles. Mix and sew 64 triangles together. Square to 10 1/2 X 10 1/2. Hope this helps - I'm sure someone else will jump in with help.
    I think it was deleted because the author was upset over copyright laws!!!

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    Thanks for all the replies. I think will just make it without a pattern, Seems as though there is only one place in the whole country that sells it. My quilt guild thought it would be a good one for the quilt we donate to the Cancer Walk.

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    Posted 4/1/2011

    http://www.fortworthfabricstudio.com...ds_pattern.pdf

    Hope it is the one you were looking for in January.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AUQuilter
    Posted 4/1/2011

    http://www.fortworthfabricstudio.com...ds_pattern.pdf

    Hope it is the one you were looking for in January.
    Thanks for posting the link. Full pattern for Tradewinds, but I can see where you could figure it out with out instructions if it wasn't available.

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    Thanks for your posts, I found the pattern I was looking for and I like this pattern you posted also.

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