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Thread: What is the name of the quilt behind jenny?

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    Super Member onaemtnest's Avatar
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    Thank-you everyone for the replies, such a nice response. I asked when I called if it might be a future video tutorial and was told 'maybe'. I'm sure it would depend on how complicated a piece it would be to piece, I'm sure.

    Again, thank-you for your time in response to my question! Hugs to all!
    Smiles from Idaho,
    Onalee

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    EQ has this (called "Priscilla") in the block library, however it's turned on point.

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    Sorry that last post was so big.

    Here's a link to Quilter's Cache "Arkansas Snowflake". Didn't find it under hummingbird.

    http://www.quilterscache.com/A/Arkan...lakeBlock.html

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    Link to the directions, but I think the quilting in Jenny's quilt makes it all the more wonderful!
    http://www.how-to-quilt.com/patterns/cowboystar.pdf

    Cowboy Star, Kite Star, Arkansas Star
    I have always known this block as the Arkansas Snowflake.

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    dunster is right on with her EQ6 representation.

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    Don't know the quilt but I really enjoyed the tote bag tutorial. Already planning on those for next Christmas!

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    Beautiful - whew I thought I missed one of her tutorials and was looking for it. Beautiful quilt.
    Quilting makes me happy!..

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    It's a beautiful quilt. I will be reading posts to find out what pattern this is.

    Wishing you and yours blessing in 2013.


    Linda

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    I wish I knew the name of the pattern....but the tote tute is really cute....can't believe I said that....yikes!!!
    There is no place like home!

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    I think my mother called it a snow ball block..I may have a magazine with a picture..I will try to find it...

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