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    Does any one know the name of this quilt? It was posted back in 2012 by dl11man. sent message but no response
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    When you have decided what you believe, what you feel must be done, have the courage to stand alone and be counted
    Eleanor Roosevelt

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    It might be this, but the angle makes it hard to tell

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    https://www.quiltinaday.com/shoponline/book/46323

    you can make it without a pattern, there is a video for it : )
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    Lorie

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    • #3
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      Originally posted by Hulamoon View Post
      It might be this, but the angle makes it hard to tell

      [ATTACH=CONFIG]162115[/ATTACH]

      https://www.quiltinaday.com/shoponline/book/46323

      you can make it without a pattern, there is a video for it : )
      Sorry for picture, if you go to the gallery and search his name dl11man it was posted 2012
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      When you have decided what you believe, what you feel must be done, have the courage to stand alone and be counted
      Eleanor Roosevelt

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      • #4
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        Pattern? May not be one. This is a simple square block with five different shapes and colors with sashing within each block. You can draw this block up, oh I don't know, in a couple minutes. Determine the block size and quantity depending on finished quilt size requirements.
        You gots to risk it to gets the biscuit-

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        • #5
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          Yes, there is a pattern. Watch the quilt in a day video. I didn't watch the whole thing, but it's a very easy pattern. Basically, it's a Disappearing 9 Patch which Eleanor made from 10" layer cake squares. The placement of the blocks in vertical rows is explained. Narrow sashing goes between the blocks. It should be a simple pattern to make. There is a pattern if you want to purchase it.

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          • #6
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            It looks like an old Fabri-Quilt pattern called Fall's Tapestry, to me. I can't find it online now.

            You might be able to email them to see if it's the same pattern. It was a free pattern designed by Pine Tree Country Quilts.
            Katrina


            “Nothing can dim the light which shines from within.”
            ― Maya Angelou

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            • #7
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              I tracked down Katrina's suggestion and this came up. I think the rows are just going a different direction.

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              http://inspiredbyfabric.blogspot.com...to-autumn.html
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              • #8
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                Originally posted by Hulamoon View Post
                I tracked down Katrina's suggestion and this came up. I think the rows are just going a different direction.

                [ATTACH=CONFIG]162117[/ATTACH]

                http://inspiredbyfabric.blogspot.com...to-autumn.html
                Awesome, Lorie...

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ID:	1617908 It's not much better than the other picture. But there are 3 different blocks. Easy to put together. I made it bigger, and still had to add enough to make Howard happy with the drop. It was HUGE by the time I finished!
                Katrina


                “Nothing can dim the light which shines from within.”
                ― Maya Angelou

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                • #9
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                  Looks similar to a pattern I have used that uses fat quarters, called Fat Friday. Very easy and looks good.
                  That quilt has narrow sashing, Fat Friday doesn’t use sashing.
                  https://www.thequiltedcastle.com/Fat...-All-Washed-Up
                  Last edited by Jean Sewing Machine; January 2nd, 2020, 03:53 PM.

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                  • #10
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                    I just finished watching the rest of Eleanor's video. The title of the pattern is "Piece of Cake". It's made from 10" layer cake squares. But one could make the squares any size you want. You can cut your own squares from yardage or FQs or even use 5" charms. Using the larger squares results in a quicker finish since the blocks are so large. She referred to the sashing as lattice. Some of the quilts were made with no borders; others had wider borders. She recommends using fabric that is not directional. Depending on the fabric selection, the sashing could be black or any other color of your choice. Lots of possibilities with this pattern.
                    Last edited by JCY; January 3rd, 2020, 12:16 AM.

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                    • #11
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                      This isn't it, but it sure is a fun version.

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                      • #12
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                        Thank you all for the suggestions
                        When you have decided what you believe, what you feel must be done, have the courage to stand alone and be counted
                        Eleanor Roosevelt

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                        • #13
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                          I agree that it would be simple to draft up the pattern. It is very similar to a pattern called "Take 5" with sashing added. Accuquilt made a die for the "Take 5" Patter.
                          Donna

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                          • #14
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                            I'll vouch for "take 5" being easy and fun. You really don't need any special tools. And you can start with just about any size center you want, as long as it is consistent.

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