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Does anyone have Edyta Sitar's book Patches of Blue?   Quilting Swaps - Unsewn

Started Jan-17 by sueinIL; 832 views.
sueinIL

From: sueinIL

Jan-17

Thank you, JDO!  I'll see if any of the names describe an image of the quilt.  More to come!

Sue in IL

sueinIL

From: sueinIL

Jan-17

JDO--I have been all over the Amazon listing, and can't find any "look inside." I looked over the contents page you supplied (thank you!) and could only guess that it might be Journey, because it does kind of look like flying geese. The picture I have is from Pinterest and it captured my interest right away. So simple and so beautiful!

Sue in IL

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sueinIL

From: sueinIL

Jan-19

As it turns out, the name of the Edyta quilt I was searching for is "Journey." I'm going to see if it's also a single pattern so I don't have to buy the book.  Thank you to all who helped in the hunt.

Sue in IL

I found it online for $10 here, but didn't have time to look around on any other sites.  That's about standard for a quilt pattern these days -- much less than some.  It is a VERY nice pattern!

https://www.vintageandvogue.com/Journey-Quilt-Pattern-from-Edyta-Sitar-p/lbq-journey.htm 

judyinohio

From: judyinohio

Jan-19

That is a very lovely scrappy quilt to work up in one color.  Thanks for sharing it.

sueinIL

From: sueinIL

Jan-19

I like it, too.  It's going to mean cutting an infinite number of little squares and HSTs but I'm up for it.  My only complaint is that it wasn't an instant download.  I want it NOW!

Sue in IL

sueinIL

From: sueinIL

Jan-19

I was just so thankful that I found it as a single pattern, I didn't shop around.  $10 was fine with me!

Sue in IL

Yay!  I am glad I was able to help.  

MelRN

From: MelRN

Jan-20

Looks like a fairly simple pattern. 3 HST and 6 squares, with alternate block of background fabric. :D You can do this!

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sueinIL

From: sueinIL

Jan-20

Thanks!  I like having a pattern to tell me amounts of fabric (even though I'm using stash). I have a batik layer cake and background and extra bits I can toss in.  This will be a nice break from all the Civil War prints I've been using lately.

Sue in IL

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