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Thread: Looking for pattern for large "Flower" wallhanging - Need your Help Please.

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    Super Member d.rickman's Avatar
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    Mar 2011
    About 5 years ago, I saw a large about 30" circumference flower wallhanging while we were travelling. The lady in the shop didn't know the name of the pattern, or where I could get a pattern for same.

    It looked like a peonie, and each petal was made out of fabric and appeared that each petal was made separately and then attached to a base. The wallhanging was attached about 12 feet above the floor, so couldn't get a great view. It was a very beautiful wallhanging.

    Have since asked lots of shops if they had any information or knowledge about it, or where I could get a pattern, to no avail.

    It would be terrific if someone on this board had any idea where I could locate a pattern or has anyone ever seen something like this.

    I appreciate any responses that I may receive.

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    Super Member Quiltforme's Avatar
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    Aug 2010
    Beautiful Washington state!
    I have seen what you are talking about but the ones I have seen looked like poppies. These are so in right now I am having some brain fog issues and honestly cannot remember. I want to say fons/porter magazine the last 2 months maybe jan/feb I will look and see

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    Senior Member calano1's Avatar
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    Mar 2011
    I can't help you, but it sounds beautiful. Hope someone else knows it ....

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    Super Member donnajean's Avatar
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    Aug 2007
    Holland, PA
    I have this one. PM me

    Ruby’s Gorgeous Poppies “pattern” by Ruby Duncan; Pattern from: Quilt World; July/August 1987; Ruby's Quilting Party: Gorgeous Poppies pattern is described as "a pattern that is pictured in a 1920's Needlecraft Magazine." The complete design is given for your convenience in putting it on your background block for a guide to appliqué by. It is an 18-inch block and therefore, too large for one page. Pattern is provided (in 3 parts) for an 18-in block.
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