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    Name This Pattern

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    I bought this quilt at a Quilt Show Consignment Shop for $40.00. Well worth the money, I thought. I think I have identified the block( Yellow tape)but I would like to have the pattern to go by to make another one. Does anyone recognise this pattern?

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    It might be a variation of Thinking outside The Box? The pattern was available from ToadUSew?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    It might be a variation of Thinking outside The Box? The pattern was available from ToadUSew?
    it DOES look a lot like this one from the website http://www.toadusew.com/store/catalo...24/image/1110/
    here's a link to the pattern http://www.toadusew.com/store/patter...e-block-1.html
    Nancy in western NY

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    Don't know the pattern but, Love it and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
    Ellen

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    Geez, you got a steal! I love the quilt and I LOVE the swirl quilting.
    SUEB

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    Yes, I know I've seen something similar somewhere (Okay there's that dratted CRS--can't remember sh....tuff--syndrome again). I think it would be fairly simple to draft. More a matter of colour placement than anything else.
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    Yeah, that was definately worth $40. What a terrific find.

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    Yup--Thinking Outside the Block, with different colors. I believe the pattern suggests using all the same colors in the block. I bet you could figure it out if you studied the block and drew it out. It's an easy one. This is one I made with the pattern.
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    very pretty!!!!
    QUILTNMO

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    I made one for my grandson's graduation in May, and the pattern is achieved by doing a 1/4 log cabin, and arranging the blocks to create a pattern. I will try to load it to show what I mean.Name:  2011-11-17-Kyle's quilt and pillowcase 003.jpg
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    Actually this is the pillowcase that I made to match, and you can see the 1/4 log cabin, which used the red square as the starting piece. If you look at my avatar, you can see him on the far right with the full quilt. A very simple and easy quilt to do. Once you get all the quarter blocks made, you just start laying them out to achieve whatever pattern you want. Good luck.
    A home is built of peace and love,
    and not of wood and stone,
    a place where happiness lives
    and memories are sewn.

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