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Thread: Do you know this quilt?

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    Super Member DOTTYMO's Avatar
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    Do you know this quilt?

    This quilt urned up at a quilt class I go. I asked for the pattern or where I could find it was told it was part of a class no longer taking place.etc..do any of you know the pattern or where I could find it.a great deal is hand work which just my thing moving around country, no sewing machine to take but great quilt.
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    Finished is better than a UFO

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    it's really pretty... looks like lots of small pieces. sorry i don't know the pattern info.
    Nancy in western NY

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    ​I don't know the pattern. Is it appliqué or crossstitch?

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    It is beautiful and I hope you will share the pattern if found.

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    I do not know, it is very pretty!

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    The blocks were a mixture of applique. No cross stitch anywhere.
    Finished is better than a UFO

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    The squares look like celtic knots. Try looking for books or patterns with celtic knots. Good luck!

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    The image is really little and I don't know how to blow it up. Can you post it bigger?

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