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Thread: Roman shade quilt pattern???????

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    I love the look of this quilt. it seams like a good stash buster. I'll have to bookmark it. Thanks.

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    I realy like this ..I may give it a try..

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    Thanks for the PDF. I like the look and want to try one.

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    This is also really easy to make in a quilt as you go style and can be reversible. You can do pastels on one side then brights and blacks on the other side. Striking baby quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTS
    Am I the only one that wonders if anyone reads more than just the title of a topic?
    Nope. I, too, sometimes wonder. However, it is sometimes easy to read one thing and think something else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTS
    Roman Stripe is the name I've always heard and used.

    The block is super easy - here's a .pdf with some basic instructions. How you set them is your preference.
    Since you essentially end up with the equivalent of a HST in terms of coloring/value, you can set this any number of ways, including all the variations of a log cabin quilt - Lightening, Barn Raising, Sunshine and Shadows, etc.

    http://www.maryquilts.com/wp-content...d-strings1.pdf

    Have fun!
    I really love the pattern on this site. The colors are beautiful together.

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