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Thread: Asian Lattice Quilt

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    Super Member Harmony's Avatar
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    I spent all of the 4th of July quilting this one. I first saw a sample made from batiks in my LQS. On the package they show it made from batiks on black, and they also had one in thirties fabrics on white. I just did a Shop Hop and one of the stores had made up their own jelly rolls, and they had one in Asian fabrics. I couldn't resist it, even though I didn't know what I would do with it. Then I found this pattern, and the deal was done! The pattern was a little intimidating at first, but turned out to be not all that hard to put together--just kind of tedious. But I love the way it came out. It's a generous-sized lap quilt, and I just stiched in the ditch to quilt it. Pretty easy, actually, for a result I'm pretty pleased with!
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    Wow! I love it!

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    Awesome...I love it!!! :D

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    Gorgeous!! Good job :D:D:D
    Are those all inset seams?

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    I don't get how a lattice quilt goes together. . .

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    I didn't get how it would go together either, but it's pretty simple. No inset seams--you sew partial seams, then go back and finish the seams as you add vertical rows. Lots of prep work in sewing the units before you actually start putting the quilt together.

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    oooooh!!

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    I like it!

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    Gorgeous, stunning, WOW I want to try one. What is the name of the pattern and who produced it, if you don't mind sharing.

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    beautiful!

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    That one is a knock-put! WOW!

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    What is the name of the pattern?
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    wonderful!!!!

    I bookmarked it. I would like to try this, especially that I could use some scraps
    Thanks for showing

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    Wow!!! That is SO pretty!!

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    Looks like some partial seams. Right???

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    Great job, love it

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    Awesome

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    Very pretty

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    That is awesome. I have a jellyroll that needs a pattern. I'll be watching for your response.

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    NICE!

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    I love it. I could immediately see the weaving effect. Just wonderful

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    wow, striking!

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    Oh my, that is really lovely!

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    Would you mind posting a photo of what the row looks like or a drawing of it.

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    The patteren for this quilt is called Basket Lattice (SPD #101) from Sheri Pape Designs. I found it at my LQS, but she has a website:

    sheripapedesigns.com

    I like the quilt because it uses just one jelly roll and 2 yards of fabric for background & binding. Once you have the pattern, I see no reason why you coudln't just use your own scraps, if you have enough of them! Good luck on finding this! Like I said, it really wasn't all that difficult to make!

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