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Thread: Help in identifying a quilt pattern

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    Help in identifying a quilt pattern

    Hello. This is my first post, so I hope this board is the appropriate place to post this question. I am creating a surprise book for my grandmother of all the quilts she has made. I have identified all the patterns except for one. Pictures are attached.

    Does anyone know the name of this pattern? It has a diamond in the middle and then lots of triangles, small squares in the corners, too. It is a nine square pattern.

    Thank you!
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    It looks like a variation of the quilt block "Gettysburg"

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    It's a beautiful quilt. I don't know the answer but I'm sure someone will! It's a treasure!

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    No clue here, beautiful quilt. Your idea is great.
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    http://mageez.org/larger_quilts_vari...d_saucers.html It is close to the pattern (cups and saucers) in the Kansas City Star Quilt Pattern Collection. The square in the four corners are the only real difference

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    Funny, I just got an e-mail with a block of the day that is so very similar! Here's a link:
    http://www.quiltpro.com/botd/setup/2...Puzzle_Win.pdf
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    Sorry I can't help just wanted to say it's a beautiful quilt!
    Kelly

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    Helen S is sure correct that is awfully close!

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    Wow that is beautiful but is so close to a few other blocks.
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    Very close to Snowy Owl except for the square in square in the centre.

    http://www.501quiltblocks.com/2012_05_01_archive.html

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