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Thread: Any idea what this pattern may be?

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    that is so neat. sorry I can not help you. Penny

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    This pattern could be 7 sisters.6 diamond shapes making a star plus a center star. The center hexagon is probably appliqued on. These diamond shaped pieces could also make tumbling blocks.

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    Very nice! What a treasure. Enjoy working on it and thinking of your great grandmother. Don't forget your label!!

    I'm getting ready to add (very gently) a label to a grandmother's flower garden quilt made by my grandmother pre-1950 (had to ask my aunt when my gm quit quilting). Someday my kids will care to know that. :-)

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    What a lovely "gift" from your great grandmother.

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    The book cover looks like a match for your pattern ~if I can only find the book at garage sale prices!

    http://www.amazon.com/Outside-Box-He.../dp/0970913109

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    I recently bought a quilt top that isn't finished. It was also made in the 30s same pattern as yours. I'd like to get my hands on some of that grren so I can finish the one I have. Any ideas on where to get that green in a reproduction?
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    Oh my, don't you just love that 3o's green? I wonder if there is a good reproduciton of that color.

    Great looking quilt. What a treasure. It will be a loving expereince and connection to grt grandmother when you are working on that! How fun.

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    It sure is beautiful.

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    The pattern i used when I made mine,was seven sisters. The one with the hexs is called grandmothers flower garden.Jolo

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    It's beautiful but I don't know what the pattern is. Sorry.

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