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Thread: Help to find this pattern

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    Super Member Grace MooreLinker's Avatar
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    Help to find this pattern

    I saved the picture but no name for the pattern and can't remember where I got the picture. I've looked through#'s of patterns still can't find it.
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    Lovely star! Did you put one corner on wrong or is that the pattern? I know that I have seen the pattern someplace, probably Quilter's Cache, but don't have the name right on the tip of my tongue. Good luck on your search.

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    I have never seen this one and I am always looking! I would get out the graff paper! In fact, I think I shall do that!
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    I don't know what it is, but I really like it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CoyoteQuilts View Post
    Lovely star! Did you put one corner on wrong or is that the pattern?
    you are right, Sharon. looks like the bottom left was put on backward. however, as you said, that could be the pattern
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    Looks like" Star of the Bluegrass" to me if the corner were turned.

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    Looks to me like it is supposed to be a bird in flight....it's very pretty.....I have no idea what that pattern name is, but will keep a watch for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Buckeye Rose View Post
    Looks to me like it is supposed to be a bird in flight....it's very pretty.....I have no idea what that pattern name is, but will keep a watch for it
    I think you're right, if you turned the block around you still have that blue/green strip going through the star. It looks like a bird!
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    this is the picture of the pattern block that I save.. would like to make it.
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    I'm thinking the block would be put together with 3 more just like it turned different directions to form a star in the center with the dark aqua forming a diamond shape around it. Should make a really pretty quilt or wall hanging.
    Good luck finding a pattern for it. Might it be in EQ's library?
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