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Thread: What's the name of this pattern?

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    What's the name of this pattern?

    I can't for the life of me remember, know I've seen it many times. I have about a dozen yards of blue batiks, 1 yard each, and going to make a quilt for a co-worker and his wife... they like blue.
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    Looks to me that it's a Blooming Nine Patch ... B9P for short!
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    Yep blooming nine the pattern is in a book

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    "tradition with a twist" is the name of the book.
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    Actually it is a blooming 4 patch!

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    Thank you!

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    pam got it right
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    Quote Originally Posted by krafty14 View Post
    Actually it is a blooming 4 patch!
    I was about to agree with you, then took another look .... it's BOTH!
    B9P towards the centre ... the switches to B4P further out.
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    It reminds me of a quilt called Boston Common they can be made any size here is a link to some larger ones
    http://lh3.ggpht.com/_WUppZ7tk51U/Sq...63%5B10%5D.jpg

    http://www.ginasbernina.com/storeima...rpleforweb.jpg
    ​Christine

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    Quote Originally Posted by frusratedquilter40 View Post
    It reminds me of a quilt called Boston Common they can be made any size here is a link to some larger ones
    http://lh3.ggpht.com/_WUppZ7tk51U/Sq...63%5B10%5D.jpg
    http://www.ginasbernina.com/storeima...rpleforweb.jpg
    Yes very similar effects ... though for the Boston Commons, it is all squares of fabric, sewn together. Whereas for the B9P/B4P 9Ps/4Ps are made and sewn as blocks into the design.
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