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Thread: Searching for this Pattern

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    Super Member katier825's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by kpelletier83 View Post
    Problem is she doesn't have the quilt. She made it for her sons teacher. Thanks for the suggestions.
    Trace the photo you posted and enlarge it on a copier, you may have to redraw it a few times as the lines will get thick and blurry as you enlarge. Also as it gets larger, you can cut it apart square by square and copy each block separately.

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    sorry cant help but its abeautiful quilt!
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    Simply use it as inspiration and draw your own adaptations of the designs. They are very simple folk art patterns. Why make an exact copy of someone else's creative work when you can break new ground and create a one of a kind original!
    The Earth without art is just "Eh".

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    Good answer, Ghostrider, the pattern is clear.

    Lol sorry I couldn't resist!

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    beautiful quilt but I don't remember ever seeing it

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    I think you should be able to use graph paper to figure out each block. Find out how big you want it and draw in the lines for the blocks. Then fill in each block with your own drawings as suggested by ghostrider. Have fun!
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    Hopefully someone on the board will remember the name. Good luck.

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    remember you can always take the quilt itself to a copier and copy each piece. If you are doing folded under applique, just add a tad to each piece of fabric.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostrider View Post
    Simply use it as inspiration and draw your own adaptations of the designs. They are very simple folk art patterns. Why make an exact copy of someone else's creative work when you can break new ground and create a one of a kind original!

    great idea, Ghostrider!
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    Hope I find it ... Really cute...

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