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Thread: Can you name this for me?

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    I paper pieced this block a few years ago and know it is a state quilt block...but which one....does anyone know?

    My friend that taught me the class has sinced died... I'm thinking I might make a quilt around it in her memory

    Thanks
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    I don't think I have seeen that pattern.

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    Don't know but be patient, someone will know on here.

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    I don't know but like the block very much.I'll keep watch out to see if the pattern turns up somewhere. Thanks for sharing.

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    Looks like the "state of Confusion" to me... ha ha - just kidding. I like it! :thumbup:

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    It's called Washington Star....it's in the book 50 Fabulous Paper-pieced Stars by Carol Doak. Would you believe I just bought the book yesterday!!!!!

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    Just checked my Carol Doak, its not there. Good luck , it's a beautiful piece.

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    I agree with amandasgramma, it definitely Carol Doak's Washington Star. Take a look. http://www.niftyfiftyquilters.com/nf22.html

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    Thank you ...that was one of the ones I was leaning towards...I was thinking either or "T" or "W" state...greatly appreciate.

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    I was hoping someone had the book! Thanks again

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