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Thread: Duplicate Pattern from a Picture

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    I have a picture of a quilt I'd like to make but no pattern. It's actually only available in a kit. Any suggestions on how to duplicate?

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    EQ or graph paper and colored pencils

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3699quilter
    I have a picture of a quilt I'd like to make but no pattern. It's actually only available in a kit. Any suggestions on how to duplicate?
    Post a pic, maybe someone here has the pattern for it.

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    topper1 - I've tried that and it won't take the image, I think because it's scanned. This is a great site tho.

    QuiltingGrannie - It's actually on the cover of the Keepsake Quilter catalog. I will try and scan it again.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by topper1
    Here is the picture - I hope it comes through

    ***scan of copyright protected image was deleted
    i think this is the quilt you're talking about

    http://www.keepsakequilting.com/prod...GARDEN-KIT.htm

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    OK, we can do this. This is a 7 x 7 grid with 2 blocks. One block is just 49 squares. The other block is an Ohio star surrounded by small squares. I don't know how to post a picture layout, but just break the star block down into a 9-patch with 4-patches at the corners and you should be able to see it. I don't know what size the original is, but I would guess the small squares are 2 or 3 inches.

    Darren

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    Quote Originally Posted by wesing
    OK, we can do this. This is a 7 x 7 grid with 2 blocks. One block is just 49 squares. The other block is an Ohio star surrounded by small squares. I don't know how to post a picture layout, but just break the star block down into a 9-patch with 4-patches at the corners and you should be able to see it. I don't know what size the original is, but I would guess the small squares are 2 or 3 inches.

    Darren
    WOW! You are good!!! I thought it had some sort of Irish Chain with stars added - Thank You, I will try your suggestions. The size is 82" x 82" - now I'll just have to figure out how much fabric to buy.

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    Beautiful quilt! Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 3699quilter
    Quote Originally Posted by topper1
    Here is the picture - I hope it comes through
    Can you see the cover of that mag on-line? Maybe you could print it from there.

    Ignore this comment. You do have picture. wesing's got the answer for you!

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