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Thread: Looking for this color wheel pattern

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    Junior Member Sauki1's Avatar
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    Looking for this color wheel pattern

    Hi all,

    I found this quilt online and kept the picture but did not bookmark the site. Does anyone know who made this or where I can find the pattern?

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    Thanks for any hints you might have

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    It will probably be on Pinterest! Very interesting quilt. I love it. I would cut a circle the size and width I wanted then cut the circle in arcs the size I wanted. Use the arcs as templates to cut the fabric.
    Got fabric?

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    I found it! I feel like a private detective! atting self on back!:::
    Its called Colorist and the pattern is by Lizzyhouse. You can find it at this link:

    http://www.pinkchalkfabrics.com/inde...oducts_id=8814
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    Wow, you are good. That is really a neat pattern. You could piece a wedge circle, then cut out different size circles and make several quilts. I love the modern looking quilts.

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    I could never, ever in a million years get my quilting to be that precise. Well, maybe if I had a computerized quilting system... The scale of that picture indicates that the circles are pretty large (unless that's a toy chair!), which makes it even harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunster View Post
    I could never, ever in a million years get my quilting to be that precise. Well, maybe if I had a computerized quilting system... The scale of that picture indicates that the circles are pretty large (unless that's a toy chair!), which makes it even harder.

    I think it can be done with Renae's Rays and her accompanying arc templates? But you are talking one very large investment in templates to radiate out that far. It is very cool though, and the perfect quilting for this quilt.

    I know I have seen a quilt like this on someone's blog (other than the designer's) The style of quilting reminds me of Angela Walters.

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    Junior Member Sauki1's Avatar
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    I know..it's great, right? I have a feeling it might be a little more than my skill level can do :P

    Thank you so much soccertxi for finding it! I'll be checking it out and hopefully get the pattern. It may be a while til I can do it tho

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