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Pattern ID needed

Posted by dian57 (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 21, 11 at 5:18

Remember my research into a Laura Ingalls Wilder pattern for a friend? I've settled on this one that was owned by her and daughter Rose.

Can anyone ID the pattern so I don't have to draft it on graph paper?

I'm thinking a deep red and cream on cream for the colors. Opinions?

Thanks in advance. Dianne

Laura Ingalls Wilder quilt

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RE: Pattern ID needed

This looks very similar to a double Irish chain.

RE: Pattern ID needed

I'll say it's a variation of Double Irish Chain as the true Chain isn't interrupted at intersections. I like the layout and colors you've chosen.


Here is a link that might be useful: Double Irish Chain Pattern

RE: Pattern ID needed

I agree it's a variation of double Irish chain. You can easily morph those centers into that block without much drafting work. It will be lovely.

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