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Thread: Feeling Dumb - what's the name of this pattern?

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    Senior Member CircleSquare's Avatar
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    This is such a simple pattern, great for a beginner. Can't think of the name of it! Anyone know? I quilted it with "Tickle" pantograph.
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    I don't know the name of the pattern but I love the quilt.

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    I think it is call pinwheel. I have the book at home. I made a fall table runner using that same pattern.
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    I really like this!!

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    Super Member Ripped on Scotch's Avatar
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    It looks almost rail fence like. but it's not a pinwheel, there are not triangles on it.

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    It might be "Propeller" or "Windmill". LOL, I PIFed my books with the quilt patterns and can't look it up. Sorry.

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    I've always known it as a Windmill.
    Here's instructions.
    http://c-mann.suite101.com/easy-quil...blocks-a235661

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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostrider
    I've always known it as a Windmill.
    Here's instructions.
    http://c-mann.suite101.com/easy-quil...blocks-a235661
    Thanks!! That's a very good instruction!

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    In EQ7 it is Two by Two. I like it because there's so much you can do with it with color placement. Love your quilt!

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    Like your quilt!!

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