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Thread: Help! I am greenhorn!

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    Hi, I am looking for a free pattern for a kaleidoscope quilt. Any websites that you know of? Thank you!!

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    Super Member Murphy's Avatar
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    Hi and welcome to the board from Iowa.

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    Hi Murphy. I just started quilting and I love it! I want to find a pattern for a Kaleidoscope quilt...I love that pattern.

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    Hi from PA! Here is one I used it turns out awesome!

    http://www.robertkaufman.com/quiltin...doscope_quilt/

    Click on the link to the right to download pdf file so you can print it out!

    Have fun!

    This site has several variations:
    http://www.how-to-quilt.com/patterns...patterns.shtml scroll down to the K blocks

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    thank you!!

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    Look at the info you get in just one post, you will be amazed at the knowledge here.
    Welcome from WI,
    Enjoy

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    Welcome!

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    Power Poster dunster's Avatar
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    There are many, many quilt designs that take the name kaleidoscope. Ricky Timms sells a DVD and pattern for his 'Kool Kaleidoscopes'. Stack-n-whack designs are frequently referred to as kaleidoscopes, as are OBW's. And there are tons of traditional block designs with that name. Morningcoffeegal gave you several examples. Is there a particular quilt that you want to duplicate? If we see a picture that would help to narrow down your search.

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    Welcome

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