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Thinking of Nick

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Thinking of Nick - This is a 5-inch paper-pieced lob cabin block, a scrappy quilt. It is called "Thinking of Nick" because I used the Autism fund-raising fabric (the one that is jig saw puzzle pieces) in the first inside border. It is also on the back of the quilt. I quilted it using stippling in various sizes, as it resembles puzzle pieces. My grandson Nick is a victim of Autism. I continued the scrappy theme in the piano key border.

Date Added: April 27, 2012

 

Name of Pattern or Block log cabin
Owned By Cheryl Moncrief
Name of Maker Cheryl Moncrief
Name of Quilter Cheryl Moncrief
Year Made 2012
Year Made is: Certain
Located in City Houston
Located in State TX
Located in Country US
Condition of Quilt Mint
Design Source Published Pattern
Design Source - Published In log cabin
Design Source - Designed by Fons & Porter magazine
Design Source - Description This is a 5-inch paper-pieced lob cabin block, a scrappy quilt. It is called "Thinking of Nick" because I used the Autism fund-raising fabric (the one that is jig saw puzzle pieces) in the first inside border. It is also on the back of the quilt. I quilted it using stippling in various sizes, as it resembles puzzle pieces. My grandson Nick is a victim of Autism.

I continued the scrappy theme in the piano key border.
Genre Traditional Quilt
Quilt Type Large Quilt
Quilt Width 50
Quilt Height 75
Measurement In: Inches
Fabric Used 100% Commercial Cotton
Construction Technique Pieced
Piecing By Machine
Applique by None
Types of Quilting Machine Quilted, Quilted on domestic machine

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