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    I drew up a pattern for (1/4 of) a scrappy quilt I saw here. (I forget the name of the poster and could not find it again.) Then I noticed I had several drawings others might like.

    1/4 of the stars n diamonds
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    blue and white
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    Quote Originally Posted by QM
    I drew up a pattern for (1/4 of) a scrappy quilt I saw here. (I forget the name of the poster and could not find it again.) Then I noticed I had several drawings others might like.
    ocean waves (trad)
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    log cabin placemat
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    1/2 of Pharoh's Phan
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    Quote Originally Posted by QM
    Quote Originally Posted by QM
    I drew up a pattern for (1/4 of) a scrappy quilt I saw here. (I forget the name of the poster and could not find it again.) Then I noticed I had several drawings others might like.
    I hope someone out there gets pleasure from these.

    e pluribus unem
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    friendship star tumbling block
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    our guild's logo
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    Thank you for posting. :D

    Wow, well I certain enjoy just even looking at them but several have peaked my interest.

    I love pp and love log cabins ~~ your guild's logo is great in my book.

    Thanks again!

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    Looks like you have been having lots of fun:)

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    Those are great. I like them all, but the Geese by Starlight suits my purposes now.

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    great thank you

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    Thank you for sharing these with us!! :)

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    I especially like the geese by starlight.

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    Wow, E Pluribus Enem is gorgeous.

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    Wonderful!! Thank you for sharing!

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    Thank you for posting these patterns. I really like them./

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    Like all the designs but with my limited quilting ability will be using the log cabin placemat, also I am in the midst of making place mats for family so your design came at right time. Many thanks

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    very nice thanks for sharing

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    Thank you for your kind comments.
    Some of these are my own designs, but all are based on the work of those before me. I have made several of the placemats, also several of the log cabin log cabin, as a placemat (I paper piece either side of the door.) The friendship star tumbling block makes a nice tree ornament.

    I have only just started my e pluribus quilt. Geese by starlight is one I've made for a baby quilt.

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    Thanks for sharing these. :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackied
    Wow, E Pluribus Enem is gorgeous.
    I love this one, I looked at it for quite a while but couldn't figure out how it goes together. hope to see this one again when you get it made.

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    Thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by raedar63
    Quote Originally Posted by jackied
    Wow, E Pluribus Enem is gorgeous.
    I love this one, I looked at it for quite a while but couldn't figure out how it goes together. hope to see this one again when you get it made.
    There are, of course, the squares and the 45* diamond, as I am sure you saw. There are 2 basic "blocks", both of which have the same irregular unit that is easiest if you pp it.

    I saw something here that gave me the idea. In playing around on Quilt Pro, I came up with something completely diffferent. The idea, of course, was to use my RWB print crumbs.

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    Thanks so much for sharing. Those are great patterns. May use some.

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    Thank you for sharing.

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    Thanks for the great patterns.

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