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Thread: What is the name of this block?

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    What is the name of this block?

    Can anyone help me with the name of this block?
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    Pretty but I do not recognize it. Simple to do with strips and squares that are "snowballed" on the strip ends.

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    Don't know the name, but it's a 9 patch layout. Interesting with the elongated format.
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    You are so clever! This looks easy-peasy but I was trying to make it hard, I guess. Thank you for this layout.

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    I know many blocks off the top of my head, but not this one. Really pretty layout, though, and simple to make. Thanks for sharing it!

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    It's an impressive layout that creates an unique secondary design.

    Just two blocks ... the one that PaperPrincess created and the mirror image of it.
    A perfect scrappy quilt that goes way beyond the scrappy look.

    Outstanding quilting that amps its impressiveness up another notch (or six!!)
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    I like this design! Thanks for showing it.

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    Amazing how such a simple block can look so interesting. I like this layout.
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    This is such a beautiful quilt -- looks really hard but is so simple! Elegant!

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    I like this too--and sure does look simple enough

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