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I found a pattern on pinterest that has me chasing my tail! It is described as a free pattern from Timeless Treasures/Tonga Treats called"Morse Code." It's a jelly roll pattern, but , while I can find references to it in blogs and in google searches, I haven't been able to find the actual pattern to download. It seems to have been a popular quilt in 2015, so the 2 years might be the reason I can't find it anymore. Because it was a free downloadable pattern, I'm hoping someone here has a copy of it: there are color strips of jelly roll in the middle, with alternating 2 1/2" squares of background and the same color off to the right and left of the strip, making it look like they have "broken off" of the main strip. Pretty simple design but a nice way to use up a random jelly roll. Searches keep looping me back to the pinterest picture, but it doesn't connect me to anything active. I hope that since it is--or was--a free download, someone will have a print out, or can direct me to a site that still offers the pattern.
Thanks for any help you can provide
Sue in IL
Marcia, thank you so very much! This is the picture that every site looped back to, but I could never "open." You've gotten my day off to a great start!
Sue in IL
You've gotten my day off to a great start!
Good! And you've given me another quilt for my list! I like that pattern.
I was wondering if you had already made it. I like it, too! There is a line of Kaffe Fassett fabric in bright tropical oranges and yellows that I think would be a good fit for the pattern. Nice that we were able to help each other out! As Judy in Ohio's sig says, "Professional Enabler."
Sue in IL
That is so pretty and bright! Myna