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Thread: could some please claim this quilt

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    Senior Member quiltingnd's Avatar
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    could some please claim this quilt

    And tell me the name of the pattern!? I love this quilt and would love to make one like it!


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    Looks very similar to bento box with the center just a little different.
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    I think it is warm wishes
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    Not warm wishes. ? disappearing 9 patch?
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    It struck me as bento as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ontheriver View Post
    Looks very similar to bento box with the center just a little different.
    I agree, I just saw that on a blog not so long ago. Just make the bento box pattern and cut off center. Use the directions in the blog below but make both cuts off center. (2nd installment on the blog, you'll see)

    http://sonnetofthemoon.blogspot.com/...lt-step-1.html
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    Thank you for the help!! I love this quilt and would like to make one for my bed!

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    This is exciting ... as it is my quilt!
    Here's the original thread where I posted it ...
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...e-t202102.html

    I made it a few years ago in a class at our LQS using the Slash-A-Stash.
    I checked that link to the other blog, and yes, that's pretty much how it was made.
    The off centre cutting of the block would be the way to get the effect created in the blocks.
    Then sew them all together.
    And have FUN randomly laying the blocks into the final setting.

    I'll look forward to seeing your quilt ... I hope I don't miss it, when the time comes!

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    Here's a tutorial I've saved that I think explains it, especially for a scrappy version:

    http://patcherymenagerie.blogspot.co...d-squares.html
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    http://quiltingquick.weebly.com/blog.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltE View Post
    *blush*
    This is exciting ... as it is my quilt!
    Here's the original thread where I posted it ...
    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...e-t202102.html

    I made it a few years ago in a class at our LQS using the Slash-A-Stash.
    I checked that link to the other blog, and yes, that's pretty much how it was made.
    The off centre cutting of the block would be the way to get the effect created in the blocks.
    Then sew them all together.
    And have FUN randomly laying the blocks into the final setting.

    I'll look forward to seeing your quilt ... I hope I don't miss it, when the time comes!

    THANK YOU! for making my day!!!
    (or perhaps I should say, night! )
    Omgosh!!! Yah!!!! Its a stunning quilt. I just couldn't remember where I had seen it. Thank you for posting the picture and giving me inspiration to make one too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by willferg View Post
    Here's a tutorial I've saved that I think explains it, especially for a scrappy version:

    http://patcherymenagerie.blogspot.co...d-squares.html
    Thank you!

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    Oh, that was another fun one to follow. Great you found each other; and I love the quilt too.
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    Oh..can I ask if you remember how many fabrics you used and the yardage.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingnd View Post
    Oh..can I ask if you remember how many fabrics you used and the yardage.
    Honestly, I have no idea! I just pulled from my stash for fabrics in the same general colour scheme and went from there. And the yardages somewhat varied, according to what I had at the time.

    I looked at those two blogs and yes, that gives you a good run down on the how to! Sizes of course, could be changed, if you want. I've seen the same pattern done in florals ... oh so lovely!

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