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Thread: Wedding Signature Quilt

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    I made this for my niece for her 2nd marriage. The blocks were all pieced for the wedding in October, and I gave the quilt to them for Christmas.
    I used large squares of the yellow for people to practice on and then used them for the back of the quilt.
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    Beautiful :!:

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    That's wonderful! I am getting married in May and plan on doing the same thing in lieu of a guest book.

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    Beautiful quilt!

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    Nice, nice.

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    Such a special quilt. It was wonderful for you to do that for them. I am sure they will enjoy it for years to come. An heirloom to pass down to their children. So special.

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    Love this quilt!! I do not understand how you made all of the white stipes match??? great job!

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    This is a lovely design.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maggie_Sue
    Love this quilt!! I do not understand how you made all of the white stipes match??? great job!
    They are actually a pale yellow. The pattern has the diagonal pieces cut 1/16" narrower than the straight pieces. This makes matching up easier.

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    Looking for the pattern

    I am looking for the pattern for the signature quilt. Out of all the quilts we looked at on pinterest this is the one that she wants me to make for her wedding in June and I want to get started soon but don't know what it is called. Could you please help me out.

    Quote Originally Posted by dungeonquilter View Post
    I made this for my niece for her 2nd marriage. The blocks were all pieced for the wedding in October, and I gave the quilt to them for Christmas.
    I used large squares of the yellow for people to practice on and then used them for the back of the quilt.

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    it's an amazing quilt. I love the design it forms
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Very beautiful quilt!!!

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    That is BEAUTIFUL!!! I made a signature for my brother's wedding and I WISH I had thought to have practice squares!! GREAT IDEA!! Unfortunately some people also "created" some very inappropriate blocks. . . still trying to figure out what to do with THOSE!!

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    Wow looks great
    God Bless you all.
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    This is wonderful.

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    Does anyone know where I can get this pattern or the name of the pattern. My daughter want me to make this for her June wedding and I need to get the pattern. Please help!!!!

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    Very interesting pattern. The ones I have seen are usually kind of boring.
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    Okay does anybody know what this quilt is called and how I can get the pattern. It is so neat and I would love to make it for a friend that is moving. It reminds me of roads going all directions!! Please please!

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    This pattern looks very similar but I can't tell if it's the same because the picture is cut off and sideways. https://www.leisurearts.com/lap-throw-quilts.html

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    Ok, let me clarify the above post, lol. It didn't link to the quilt I wanted it to. The quilt is on that page but is in a thumbnail pic on the 2nd row, 3rd one from the left. I don't think it's the same but it's the closest I could find.

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    So pleased this old post came up, love the quilt. I couldn't find any pattern for it but did try to make it up with EQ. Seems it is three blocks, and if they are 9" finished blocks 2 & 3 use 3-1/2"squares and strips 3-1/2 x 9-1/2. The diagonal block seems to be a little different, I think to ensure the white strips meet exactly. You would have to test with a sample block or two. Then you could either draw up the block as a foundation pieced one or sew 3 long strips and cut out triangles, then join to make squares, though this might upset those white joins.

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    You could probably make 6" blocks using 2 1/2" squares and strips, and change the 3 & 6" marks to 2 & 4" on a 6" square.
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    Very, very nice!
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    very nicely done
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    Very interesting design. Lovely.

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    Very nice gift and so pretty.

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