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Thread: Name this pattern, please!

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    Thank you, linbails, I just went and downloaded it. Great quilt and I love that they give directions for several different sizes!
    Last edited by JanieH; 01-22-2012 at 11:06 AM. Reason: misspelled word

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    I love your color choice and pattern. Beautiful job.

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    42 - 4-1/2" white squares
    16 - 4-1/2" color squares
    20 - 4-1/2" 9patch blocks (use 2" strips to make strip sets)
    3 - 4" x WOF strips of striped fabric cut into 45degree triangles (9 per WOF)

    Should give you a 42" to 45" square quilt.

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    I agree, that's a really pretty quilt and with all the helpful replies you'll be able to conquer it quickly.
    Last edited by Charleen DiSante; 01-22-2012 at 01:17 PM.
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    It is called diamond patch Crib size is 39 by 45
    You will need(18) 9-patch blocks (12) PRINT SQUARES CUT 5" (42) LT BACKGROUND SQUARES CUT 5"-(22)border triangles
    (4)Corner Triangles

    I have the same pattern www.pleasentvalleycreations.com Diana 1-712-263-8278 If you pm me I might be able to give all
    directions Dawnmarieodya

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    It's called Diamond patch and you can find the pattern at Clotilde.

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    Don`t blame you for wanting to make this quilt..it is soo pretty

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    It's very similar to a pattern I saw on allpeoplequilt. It's a free download. http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/techni...terns_ss5.html

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    The pattern is from Clotilde's catalog. I've made 2, a small one for a baby girl and a twin sized one for a friend's family room. It is easy to make and looks great with any combination of fabrics.

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    Thank you for all the responses to my request for the pattern. I am amazed at how quickly everyone offered to help, and even sent me written instructions on how to proceed! Your generosity is greatly appreciated!
    Isabel & Adelyn's Grom

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    You can buy the pattern at www.pleasantvalleycreations.com. You can get a PDF file emailed to you immediately or get the paper pattern mailed to you. Free Shipping either way!
    Diana

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    Quote Originally Posted by RkayD View Post
    clotilde has that pattern
    Thats where I got mine, I havent made it yet ....

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