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Don't know the name, but I am interested in finding out. A beautiful block!
Don't have my books nearby, but it's an interesting grid.
It's 6x6, but (easily) constructed as 1.5, 1, 1, 1, 1.5.
Can't say I'm crazy about those salmon colors, but I do like the monochromatic coloring.
Thanks for sharing this,
The center 9 patch is a variant on Prairie Flower (square in a square added) I suspect the maker did as I often do and started with that basic block and played with it.
Using a 4" unit size, I think this would make a very nice wall hanging or wheelchair lap quilt.
Lois, a good quilt program (I much prefer Quilt Pro) is a great way to save patterns you like and wonderful for auditioning fabrics and colors without any fabric waste. The process of entering patterns also teaches one a huge amount about quilt design.
I have made this block before in the 90s. Funny how I can remember this but not what I did last week! Anyway, looked up my Thimbleberries pattern and is a 12.5 finished block called 'Painted Daisy' I only made one as the quilt was a flower sampler.