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Thread: Can anyone identify this quilt pattern ?

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    Can anyone identify this quilt pattern ?

    I have seen this quilt online several times and would like to know the name of the pattern. Can anyone help?

    Thanks.

    Judy
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    It is beautiful.
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    I do not know, however I will be watching to see if anyone else knows! Beautiful!!!

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    I don't know the specific pattern name, but it's basically Sawtooth Star and Rising Star blocks, all on point, with some sixteen patches and rail fence blocks around the border.

    Not complicated at all.
    There's a current discussion relating to these two blocks in this thread:
    Sawtooth Star to Rising Star sizing question


    Here's one set of instructions for a basic Sawtooth Star block (there are plenty of others available):
    http://www.quilterscache.com/C/ClusterofStarsBlock.html


    It's a very bold and striking setting.
    I think it's one of the best RW&B quilts I've ever seen.
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    I don't know but I love it. Looks very patriotic.

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    Looks like Stars 'n' Stripes Forever by Judy Martin.

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    Wonderful quilt...

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    Nice quilt

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    I was thinking one of Eleanor Burns of Quilt In A Day.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KarenK View Post
    Looks like Stars 'n' Stripes Forever by Judy Martin.
    Someone else made one and said it was Judy's pattern to honor Sept. 11.
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