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Thread: Can anyone tell me what this block is called?

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    Moderator Up North's Avatar
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    This is the block that is in the corner of the Jinney Beyer website. I was wondering if anyone knew what it was called,Or knows where to find the pattern.
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    No clue, but it's awesome!

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    It appears to be a version of the rolling star pattern I have been searching all over.

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    This is the one I found but the first one is maybe made from patched blocks.

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    It's a Jinny Beyer quilt pattern called stained glass star available on her website, not a single block. http://www.jinnybeyer.com/ax_commerc...2151A&axis_v=2 The pattern is $4.00.

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    Awsome! Thank you So Much I think I am going to start with the rolling star before I tackle that. But it is awsome.

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    Dang! I was just about ready to post it!
    I actually e-mailed them and asked.
    It does come in a kit.....
    http://www.jinnybeyer.com/ax_commerce/shp_detail.cfm?productID=C4A24893-C373-FB34-872B59242752151A&category=00011E82-4E9D-1269-A60300017F005857

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    I actually made that quilt a few years ago. It was so pretty, but it was my first attempt at y-seams, so didn't turn out perfect. I'd really like to make another one.

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    it sure helps to have lots of heads and hands searching!
    Thank you for finding it tho. Isn't it pretty?

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    It's gorgeous!

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    Internet search trick of the day: If you right click on the website picture and look at the properties, it labels the photo as "star_top.gif". If you then enter "star top" in the website search box, it takes you to the pattern. And you now have two links to it! :lol:

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    Triciasquilts, Do you hav a picture? Would love to see it.

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    That is really great looking. Thanks for the web site who ever sent it.
    I just got back from England last night and have tons of stuff to clear up before I go back to sewing. I did manage to buy a Janome Serger over there for only 99 pounds. I don't know anything about threading it but have friends that will help me. Now I have to find a connector that will change it to 110 volts from 220. Hope they are easy to find.


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    Quote Originally Posted by nor'easter
    Internet search trick of the day: If you right click on the website picture and look at the properties, it labels the photo as "star_top.gif". If you then enter "star top" in the website search box, it takes you to the pattern. And you now have two links to it! :lol:
    Excellent search tip, Thank You!!!! :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Up North
    This is the block that is in the corner of the Jinney Beyer website. I was wondering if anyone knew what it was called,Or knows where to find the pattern.
    I am glad that you found your answer, this is a very beautiful block! :D

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    Oh wow, that's beautiful. I'm glad you found the name!

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    what a fabulous quilt and site---I have been 'in the dumps' lately and needed inspiration to cheer me up

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