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Thread: help...... i need a celtic quilt pattern!

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    Junior Member SewsonSaturday's Avatar
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    i have been searching all over for a nice celtic quilt patern to make for my boyfriends mom. She has several celtic inspired tattoos, shes also a wiccan so its something special/important to her. I found a really pretty celtic heart knot top but i cant find a pattern for it. but any nice celtic pattern that is not to complicated would be greatly appriciated. She i moving to an appartment an d i would really like to do it as a ...house warming gift? i guess.. not quite sure what its called for an apparment..=] Thank you in advance!

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    Go to Quilter's Cache and check out their patterns. They have many Scot/Irish/Celtic patterns.

    http://www.quilterscache.com/

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    A Dutch quilter is offering a free Celtic BOM. So not something you can complete 'now', but may be you like to follow it?
    http://craftluv.blogspot.com/search/...c%20BOM%202011
    and the 2nd block
    http://craftluv.blogspot.com/2011/02...imbolc_01.html
    (there's an explaination of each blovk, not just in Dutch, but english too)

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    thanks for the link

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    check out Scarlett Rose's website and PHilomena Durcan's site. I have their books which are predominantly celtic knot patterns. I use the clover tools to make my bias tape.
    Laurie

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    http://www.aon-celtic.com/index.html
    The link above is another site you might check, has all kinds of items, very interesting site.

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    thank you guys! i appreciate the help. now i got to go check out all the sites =]

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