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City Girl Quilt Pattern by Dora Cary Beads On A String Quilt Pattern by Dora Cary East West Quilt Pattern by Dora Cary
City Girl was inspired by a traditional quilt block named Farmer's Daughter. By adding an extra set of pieces around the original design and by playing with the distribution of color and value, has made the block look modern. The pattern provides four slightly different blocks that are interesting on their own but when placed together, they sparkle. Finished size for the cover quilt: 70in x 70in. More sizes are offered, plus a layout option.

Technique: Foundation Pieced String Piecing

Make a beautiful modern quilt using your favorite scraps. The "bead" blocks look rich and complex but are fun to make and can be addictive. They are sure to put a dent in any scrap pile.

The pattern will help you create a wall hanging or a lap quilt of 54"" x 60"" but, by adding additional rows and columns, this quilt can be easily turned into a bed quilt.

East West was inspired by the beautiful geometric designs created by cultures in the East part of our world. When placed together, the blocks create a design commonly found in the West. Together, the two designs create a highly appealing and harmonious design that looks gorgeous in many color combinations. Finished size of the cover quilt: 60in x 84in
(Twin size). The pattern includes layout and fabric requirements for all quilt sizes.

Llamarama Quilt Pattern from Orange Dot
The suffix - rama means spectacular display or instance of. So, llamarama is the perfect name for this adorable quilt pattern. Use a group of llamas on your quilt or choose just one, placed strategically, to create a whimsical and beautiful quilt. Add as much or as little embroidery and embellishments as you wish: pom poms, rickrack, beads or nothing at all. Anything goes. Only the eyelashes are a must, and those you can even draw on with a permanent marker if embroidery isnt your thing.