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    What is this pattern

    Does anyone know the name of this pattern and where I might find it? Thanks.
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    Looks like a charm pack with 2" sashing and a border.

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    Quote Originally Posted by patchwork View Post
    Looks like a charm pack with 2" sashing and a border.
    Yep! Looks like that to me totook ere is a tutorial without the border. http://tearosehome.blogspot.jp/2009/...den-quilt.html
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    I agree its a charm pack quilt - the fabric looks like a Moda fabric line - I think its called Little Black Dress - I am not sure that's the name but its definitely a Moda line.

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    Yes, it does look like a charm pack with sashing. Why would you need a pattern? You could make it as small or as large as you want.

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    I agree looks like charm pack with sashing.

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    I made a quilt like this out of all blues - It was in a McCalls magazine several years ago. It is an easy quilt to make - I like the quilting on this one. It would be a good one to learn how to quilt on.

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    Thanks everyone. I agree it is most likely just charm squares and am sure I can just do it without pattern. Just wondered if there was one. Checked out the tute and the measurements will help.

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    You could use a layer cake instead of a charm pack and get a larger sized quilt.
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    Thanks for sharing the tut...this pattern could be made using either one color wave...or florals,,,,theme... or just scrappy...great to have...

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    You probably could fine it on the Moda website. The fabric manufacturers publish the quilt instructions on their web sites in order to motivate you to buy the fabric line.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Granny Chick View Post
    Yes, it does look like a charm pack with sashing. Why would you need a pattern? You could make it as small or as large as you want.
    I agree. It's a very easy pattern to adapt to any size.

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    The fabric is indeed from Moda: Moda SHADES OF BLACK Precut 5" Fabric Charm Pack Squares Me & My Sister 22145PP

    Currently the charms are selling on ebay by materialgirlchic
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    I just finished piecing the center of my charm quilt, but I set it on point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ManiacQuilter2 View Post
    The fabric is indeed from Moda: Moda SHADES OF BLACK Precut 5" Fabric Charm Pack Squares Me & My Sister 22145PP

    Currently the charms are selling on ebay by materialgirlchic
    Actually this particular quilt is with "Little Black Dress" fabric but I think that "Shades of Black" would be beautiful also.
    Thank you.

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    I'll bet it's beautiful!!!!

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    I call it a film strip quilt, here is a link and tutorial, just add borders too it... I made one of these and love it! http://crazymomquilts.blogspot.com/2...rip-quilt.html

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    That is a real nice quilt. Seems to be rather simple but elegant.

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    I have most of the "Little Black Dress" fabrics and am trying to find a pattern that will really show it off. This is the only one so far that I have found that I like. I want the fabrics to be the focus not the pattern. Waiting for a couple pieces of yardage for the borders and then I think I will do this one. Since the fabric is an older one, actually only about a year old, I am having trouble finding some of them. Seems to be very popular.

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    Here's a tutorial from Missouri Star Quilt Co that gives the technique to make it:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZfnR8K9rCs
    Can't help you with the fabric pattern.

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    you can find at "all people quilts" site, they have a similar quilt in indigo and white

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    I use the same fabric for a graduation quilt but it was in the cross pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarnieC View Post
    Here's a tutorial from Missouri Star Quilt Co that gives the technique to make it:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZfnR8K9rCs
    Can't help you with the fabric pattern.
    I LOVE the dp9 patch but have never thought about doing it with the sashing.......maybe that is what I will do with this quilt. Thank you.

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    There's a pattern called French Window Panes by Sweet Jane's

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    Quote Originally Posted by cjc View Post
    There's a pattern called French Window Panes by Sweet Jane's
    Yes, thank you. That looks very much like the first one I looked at.

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