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Thread: Old Quilt Pattern

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    Senior Member Cookie64's Avatar
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    Does anyone know the name of this quilt pattern.
    One of my friends is working on it and needs to know the name.

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    Don't know the answer but have to say that the quilt is stunning! Is that handquilting I can see? Gorgeous!

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    Sorry don't know the name of it but Wow! Awesome quilt!

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    Looks like a variation of Whig Rose or Rose of Sharon. Ithink if you do a search on these patterns you'll find they look like yours. Beautiful quilt. Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnaK
    Looks like a variation of Whig Rose or Rose of Sharon. Ithink if you do a search on these patterns you'll find they look like yours. Beautiful quilt. Thanks for sharing.
    ditto!

    :D :D

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    Thanks so much, I will check it out.

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    Yep as soon as I saw it Whig Rose popped into my head. It's lovely.

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    Try Barbara Brackmans applique block encyclopedia - I have it upstairs, can have a look tommorrow for you
    But I agree, it is a variation of rose of sharon or whig rose

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    Something Rose. It sure is Beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tippy
    Yep as soon as I saw it Whig Rose popped into my head. It's lovely.
    that's what I thought too

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