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Thread: lost quilt pattern I added a photo of the quilt

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    I have lost my favorite " delectable mountain star " I made this quilt about 11 years age for my husband and I would like to make another one but can not find the pattern, it was in one of my quilt mag. but the mag. is gone . Thanks everyone. Kim

    P.S. I will try to post a pic. of the quilt as soon as I possibly can

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    Is this the one?
    http://www.patternsfromhistory.com/pioneer_patterns/dmpatterns.htm
    Sorry I could not get it to come up as a viable link. And the pattern is FREE :!: :!: :!: I may have to make this one. It is pretty. Hope it is the one, or at least close enough to be usable. Pam W.

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    I hope you find it or someone on here locates it. Good Luck!

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    And here is another pattern:

    http://www.quiltville.com/delmts.shtml

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    Do you remember what magazine as I have most of the quilting magazines
    for the last 20 years

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    I may be able to use these patterns.
    Dodie, I do not remember what magazine it was in but I do remember it was on the cover and the cover was a pale yellow back ground color.
    I am going to try to get the camera to work so I can post a photo.
    I am very thankful for every ones help as I have tryed to find this pattern for a couple years now. Thanks again, I'm off to find the camera. Kim

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    Scroll down, you'll find it.
    Is this is?
    http://www.newleafpatterns.com/Patterns/Pattern_Images/Ryan/marykryan.html
    But this pattern is for sale.

    I also found this blurb on this website.
    http://qnm.com/extracredit/index356/
    It mentions the name of the magazine or book.

    MEETIN' PLACE: page 36. Diana Petterson used a pattern for Delectable Mountain that appeared in Quick and Easy Scrap Quilts, edited by Patricia Wilens (Oxmoor House, Inc., 1995). Sydney's Stars was made from a design by Karen MacCarter that appeared in QNM January/February 1998 (No. 299) titled Oh! My Stars!

    And I just found this one.
    http://www.quilterscache.com/D/DelectableMountainsBlock.html
    Look at both pages.

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    I'm trying to post a photo of the quilt. keep fingers crossed as this is my first time posting a photo.
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    Thats a lovely quilt pattern, it will take me a couple more years to get to that point. You did a great job on the quilt in the picture :D

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    Ruth,, believe it or not that was my second quilt that I ever made on my own, it took me longer to cut out the pieces than to quilt the whole thing.

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