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Thread: Name for pattern

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    Senior Member fatquarters's Avatar
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    Name for pattern

    I saved this image but don't remember the pattern name. And might anyone have the pattern that might be willing to sell if I cant find it? Thanks
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    Don't know the pattern but it is a great way to display individual fabric and quilting designs

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    I don't know this pattern, but it is great! I will be watching to see if anyone does know it or if the computer ladies can figure it out.
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    I think it's called Garden Path (or something similar)

    And I know I saw it free ..... somewhere!!
    My thoughts would be it was on a fabric manufacturer's site.

    A lot of thoughts, and uncertainties here ... but try googling the name I suggested and see if you have any luck!
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    That is a great pattern, I'm going to try and google it.
    I live in the St Louis, Mo area.

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    Looks easy enough to make your own pattern. You just need to sew the blocks as you go to match up the fabric from the block above it. Looks like a large square block, the next block has a strip of the larger block with a strip of purple, having a wider rectangle on either side. Then a smaller block in the middle with the same "matching strip with the purple strip, matching the blocks around it". Hope I explained it well. Look at the striped block on the left bottom side. You can tell where the strips are and how the block is assembled. Good luck.

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    I quilted that Quilt..It's TealFalcon's..and she got the idea to use that pattern from me...LOL Cause I made one as well. The name of the pattern is called Focus Pocus..by Swirly Girls.

    Here is mine:
    Focus Pocus
    " A girl should be two things: Classy and Fabulous!" Coco Chanel
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    I quilt on my INNOVA long arm. I own an 18 & 26.

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    Isn't if FOCUS POKUS? I saved it too, I know Charismah quilted it- Also, there is one called Royal Peacocks just like it using the Royal Peacocks fabrics by Hoffman

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    Hi Charismah! You got your reply posted quicker than me!!

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    Thanks. I really love this one and couldbt find a pattern. Now I have a name! Charisma, You did a great job!
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