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Thread: Is there a name for this pattern?

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    Junior Member judyjo's Avatar
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    Attached is a pic of quilt I made for my grandson. I know there is a name for the pattern but for the life of me can't think of it. I know it's not Trip Around the World. I'm sure one of you quilters can give me the answer. Thanks!

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    Junior Member judyjo's Avatar
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    Oops.....in case you can't determine the pattern thru the picture, the squares are in a pattern all on the diagonal.

    Judyjo

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    it probably has a bazillion different names.

    one name for that layout is "Streaks of Sunshine"
    another is "Streaks of Lightening"

    nice and cheerful, that quilt of yours. good job.
    :P

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    it looks to me like a I spy quilt... Hope you find out what it is.

    Rita

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    I know it as "Stairway to Heaven"

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    Not sure what it is called, but you did a wonderful job on it. I'm sure your grandson loves it.

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    it great you have one lucky grandson please don't tell my 4 grandsons they'll want one too

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    Kind of like one I made this weekend.
    "Square Dance" made with 8 fat quarters
    by Bits 'n Pieces
    www.bitsnpieces.net pattern #610

    Also kinda looks like a quarter size of trip around the world too.

    You could also check www.quilterscache.com blocks galore section too.

    Hope this helps some.

    Alda

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    The Name of the quilt pattern is called " streak of sunshine",
    very pretty quilt.

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    Thanks for the info on the web site! :-) I had not heard of that one before.

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    I really like how you added all of the squares after the border for another border. I have a Square Go quilt like this I made. I may have to add a border using all the squares to the edge like you did. It looks AWESOME!

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    I did it that way because my DIL said the quilt should be bigger. It was made with scraps left over from flannel pj's that I had made over the years for them.

    judyjo

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    I agree with the name Streak of Sunshine. I made a quilt with John Deere prints for my grandson with that pattern. I found it at Quiltville.

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    It's cute :)

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