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    Any other names for this pattern?

    I saw a picture of a quilt and drew this picture of it in EQ. I then searched Google to find out the name. I found this https://media.rainpos.com/5217/calyp...ush_studio.pdf
    I've seen this pattern many times and Calypso does not ring a bell. Does anyone know it by any other names? TIA

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    i don't know but i might have to steal it for a future quilt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ View Post
    i don't know but i might have to steal it for a future quilt.
    do you have EQ? this is drawn in version 7
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    A variation of 54 Flight or Fight comes to mind.

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    I don't know the name of the pattern, but I quilted one just like it several years ago.
    https://www.quiltingboard.com/pictur...c-t240207.html

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    I love that pattern. It gives you the illusion of circles w/o having to do them. Beautiful!!
    Sorry I don't know the name.

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    I also thought of flight 54.

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    As JanieW said Eleanor Burns had that pattern on her website, I just finished making it

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    Thanks, everyone. I, too, thought of 54-40 or fight, but it is not really that. I love EB.
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    There is another variation of the same called Emily's Wedding Quilt by Liz Porter.

    Here is the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5Zc6cmqQXA
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    Quote Originally Posted by Onebyone View Post
    There is another variation of the same called Emily's Wedding Quilt by Liz Porter.

    Here is the video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C5Zc6cmqQXA
    thanks. that shows the tri recs tool and i'm sure i have that
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    Jordan Fabrics has a tutorial, pattern called Roundabout. Love it.

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    It is Calypso designed by Jean Ann Wright using a combination of star blocks and shoofly blocks. https://media.rainpos.com/5217/calypso_pattern_for_paintbrush_studio.pdf

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    Missouri star quilt.com 54-40 flight

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    Beautiful quilt and your quilting is nothing short of fabulous!

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    I really like that - very nice !

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    Storm at sea? It uses a variation of the 54-40 or Fight block, as this quilt does.

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    You'll probably get as many names as folks posting. It's a really old pattern so it probably has a dozen names. But it sure is pretty.
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    I checked the link to the beautifully quilted one that Feline Fanatic posted above. That one was pieced by GrannyW5, who stated in #31 on that page that it was called "Aura". There seem to be almost as many names as quilters, but it sure is a pretty design!
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