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    What is the name of this pattern?

    Super sleuths help me please. What is the name of this beautiful pattern? I have it drafted....easy peasy but certainly it has 1 or more names. Thank you.
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    Beautiful! Don't know the name though. Would be a good candidate for strip piecing.

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    I don't know either - but that is a beautiful quilt!

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    I don't know the name, but sure looks like a lot of work.

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    Looks like a 64 patch with sashing and 9 patch setting squares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraew View Post
    Super sleuths help me please. What is the name of this beautiful pattern? I have it drafted....easy peasy but certainly it has 1 or more names. Thank you.
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    pretty sure it's a variation of the irish chain
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    Are we all stumped by this beauty?

    @GrannieAnnie: I searched as you suggested and found 1 quilt titled Irish Chain variation. Thanks. I'm still a searchin'.
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    Your mystery pattern is a variation of the Burgoyne Surrounded quilt pattern. It is on my "things to do" list too.

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    @Patrick's Mom: another search for Burgoyne Surrounded and I found "1" example. I guess you and I better get busy making ours to add to the variety.
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    I think you could easily chain piece this: by make double 9-patches and 64 patches, and (9patces in the middle row) rail fence blocks.

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