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Thread: Can anyone identify this quilt block? Another friend asked me.

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    Senior Member calicocat's Avatar
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    Can anyone identify this quilt block? Another friend asked me.

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    My friends must think I know every quilt block pattern ever made. LOL. Any help is appreciated. Thanks a Ton. CAT

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    I don't know the name of the block but I sure do like it and the materials from which it was made.

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    It sure is pretty, looks like it might be a vintage quilt. First thought in my mind was stars in my crown, but that's probably not what it was called!

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    The "star" corners looks like Hands all Around". I have seen the middle pattern before but can't think of the name of it offhand. Looks like a Lemoine (?) star but with the No,So, Ea, Wst patches as squares instead of HST and a diamond all around to square it.

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    I think it's Hands All Around

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    It's called jackson star. I found it on the quick quilt website.

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    Can't identify but sure is lovely and thanks for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan View Post
    Check out the "Encyclopedia of Pieced Block Patterns" compiled by Barbara Brackman, pg 461.
    This seems to be the same pattern pieces as #3802 - Snow Crystals, a KC Star pattern from Dec. 1930,
    or, #3801 - (which has 4 different names, including "Hands All Around") but with slight variation of
    fabric placement.

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    Whatever it's called, I like it!! Thanks for sharing!

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