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    Super Member Kitsie's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by bearspaws
    Found it! Thanks for all your suggestions, it's in Issue 82 of Quilting Today magazine. Phew! I thought it would look cool in batiks so I'm off to see if I can find some pre-cut batik squares somewhere...
    Where can I find a copy of it? Doesn't have to be free! Is issue 82 and old one?

    Thanks!

    Oh, I looked it up and its from 2001! Oh, well!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsie
    Quote Originally Posted by bearspaws
    Found it! Thanks for all your suggestions, it's in Issue 82 of Quilting Today magazine. Phew! I thought it would look cool in batiks so I'm off to see if I can find some pre-cut batik squares somewhere...
    Where can I find a copy of it? Doesn't have to be free! Is issue 82 and old one?

    Thanks!

    Oh, I looked it up and its from 2001! Oh, well!
    Someone on ebay might have a copy. I bought my copy from the thrift store. I really like those old Quilting Today magazines, lots of cool patterns in them.

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    This tutorial on You Tube will show you how to do it with the circle magic ruler:

    http://youtu.be/3gKvdrexKE4

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    I learned this quickie technique many years ago while in Florida and it is called "Mo-Mo's Star" - have no idea who Mo-Mo is!!!
    Last edited by QuiltnNan; 01-07-2013 at 06:54 AM. Reason: offering to share copyright pattern

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    Like this one !!

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    You never did say the name of the pattern for future reference although I wouldn't be making it. !!!

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    I would love to find the pattern

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    Wonderful! I would love to make one for me!!! ;)

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    its beautiful, I think Id like to make one. Id do it as a quilt as you go, and a sandwich of 2 circles and batt, (circle 1 - rite side out, layer batt shape on it, 2 circle rite side to batt, sew around outeredge, leave opening, turn, press, close.) Make a batch of finished circles first. Then, find the hex size to fit in the circle, (you can do all this on paper first to make a patt). Then just sew back to back, in this pic the backs are all white, in rows, press open and sew down the petals - I think that would work and it would be done when you got to the size you wanted sharet

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    Quote Originally Posted by arimuse
    its beautiful, I think Id like to make one. Id do it as a quilt as you go, and a sandwich of 2 circles and batt, (circle 1 - rite side out, layer batt shape on it, 2 circle rite side to batt, sew around outeredge, leave opening, turn, press, close.) Make a batch of finished circles first. Then, find the hex size to fit in the circle, (you can do all this on paper first to make a patt). Then just sew back to back, in this pic the backs are all white, in rows, press open and sew down the petals - I think that would work and it would be done when you got to the size you wanted sharet
    This is exactly what I'm doing right now with a piece of paper. But it is not enough... doing this (I hope my "English" is understandable... LOL) what happens is that we have a smaller "white petal"...

    Look: if we "open" the white petal, what results is not a circle...

    It seems to me that we need to begin with a "flower 6 petal" shape...

    What do you think???

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