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Thread: Name this pattern

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    Super Member twinkie's Avatar
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    Perhaps this is what you are referring to.

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    I found the pattern in an old quilt book. I would have to look for it to find out the name but I will if you want.

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    What an amazing array of layouts of the same two blocks, in so many different looks and feels.
    Yooper32 aka: Donna B

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    Sheez! now I "gotta" make one of each layout!

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    I can't remember seeing this combination of blocks before, I love the look....I should say "looks"! So many different ways to arrange and make them look so different. I will absolutely be making this quilt.... just have to decide how to arrange mine! All these quilts are beautiful, and I agree they would make a wonderful baby blanket.

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    dollyo, I love that layout. It looks much more complex than it is - my favorite kind of pattern. Very pretty.

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    I believe it is snowballs and 9 patch. I have lost count of how many baby quilts I have made using this pattern - it's quick and always makes a beautiful quilt.

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    I am machine quilting a 9 patch, snowball quilt on point done in depression prints. I love how they go together.

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    You are all sewwwww amazing. What wonderful quilts from a neat pattern

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    The Quilt Index has far more than the two examples I referenced above. They have, in fact, 83 examples of Snowball and 9 Patch quilts, and variations thereof, in their database.
    http://www.quiltindex.org/search_res...atch&search=go

    The MSU Quilt Index is an awesome reference, well worth bookmarking if you have an interest in quilt history or heritage.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostrider View Post
    The Quilt Index has far more than the two examples I referenced above. They have, in fact, 83 examples of Snowball and 9 Patch quilts, and variations thereof, in their database.
    http://www.quiltindex.org/search_res...atch&search=go

    The MSU Quilt Index is an awesome reference, well worth bookmarking if you have an interest in quilt history or heritage.
    Wow! You're not kidding! Thanks for that link!

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