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Thread: Does anyone know the name of this pattern?

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    Does anyone know the name of this pattern?

    Attachment 373490There is so much wisdom on this board!! I've looked and looked and cannot find the name of this quilt block. If someone could help me, I would appreciate it.
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    well, my first thought was that it is one of Dear Jane's blocks. i looked at all the blocks, though, and it does not appear to be one of them.
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    well the center looks like Rob Peter to Pay Paul blocks.

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    It's based on the Orange Peel ... but not sure if the block as it's shown has a name.
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    Indiana

    source: 5500 Quilt Block Designs by Maggie Malone.

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    I think I have that pattern somewhere. It looks so familiar to me. It will take me some time to find it, but I do think I have it.
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    I dunno but it sure is pretty!
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    Thank you Karen!!

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    I have seen it but don't have it. Is it something like honeybee?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarenK View Post
    Indiana

    source: 5500 Quilt Block Designs by Maggie Malone.
    ---and the Barbara Brackman "Encyclopedia of Pieced Quilt Patterns" also lists 2 other names:
    "Circle & Square" from a 1936 KC Star, and "Oil Fields of Oklahoma" from the KC Star. The
    quilt top looks like it could be late 30's or 40's fabric. What a treasure.

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