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Thread: Name of this quilt

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    Senior Member lizpatterson1's Avatar
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    Name of this quilt

    Good morning, I have not been on here for some time due to settling into new home. I wanted to make a patriotic quilt for my little sister who retired from the Army but she would like the attached quilt and I do not know the name of it. Can someone tell me what the pattern name is and where I may look - I have been searching. Thanks in advance, Liz
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    Pattern: Mariner's Compass Broken Star I found this in a google search. http://www.plainandsimplequilts.com/TopsBed.htm See if it helps to find the pattern.



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    That will be a wonderful gift for her. Certainly not a piece for the faint of heart!

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    It sure will be pretty.

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    I think I'd call it "Beautiful".
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    it's broken star and it is beautiful

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    quilt smart has a great pattern for a 'broken star' quilt- using their fusable interfacing patterns makes it alot easier to make...even a beginner can do it! i've used quiltsmart patterns lots of times, for lonestars & mariner's compass quilts- makes everything go together nicely & precisely...
    if your lqs does not carry any of their kits you can visit the QuiltSmart website and purchase the kits directly from them- that way you can also get the size you want too.
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    What a great project for you to make for your sister. It will make a treasure for her to keep forever & pass down in her family. You are a very thoughtful sister & I am sure she will LOVE it!! Good Luck.
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    She will love it. I hope you find a pattern. You may go through the tutorial section on this board. I'm sure someone did a tute on making it, a while ago.
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    It's a challenge but great quilt!
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