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Thread: Pls identify this quilt pattern

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    Junior Member TheCloser's Avatar
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    Pls identify this quilt pattern

    I want to buy the pattern. Can anyone tell me the name of the pattern or...? I know I could make it without a pattern, but I would like to support the artist who designed it and buy the pattern.

    Thanks!
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    It is intriguing but I have never seen it before. I think that it would not be too difficult to sew the pattern. Could you appliqué 0.5mm different coloured strips, cut on a bias, haphazardly to each square and then join them up as in the picture? Alternatively you could paper piece each square? Best wishes on finding out more about this pattern.
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    this looks more like a technique rather than a pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK View Post
    this looks more like a technique rather than a pattern.
    I agree. Looks like you could also do the opposite of what BizzieLizzie suggested. Iron stablizer to the back of the square, cut the wavy line, put a piece of contrasting fabric underneath and separate the square at the cut then sew the cut edges with your favorite applique stitch.
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    That is very neat. I've never seen it before.
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    that's what I would do.

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    That's a very unique pattern.

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    I have never seen this pattern before, it is very nice.

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    Please help identify this pattern

    I could figure it out, but I would like to honor the designer of the pattern by purchasing
    the pattern. Any info would be appreciated.
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    I don't know if this is her pattern, but it makes me think of Karla Alexander (Stack the Deck books, Dynamic Curves, etc.)

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