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    Super Member EasyPeezy's Avatar
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    Please help me find the name of this block. Hope the attachment works.
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    sorry I don't kniow the name but I have seen it before.

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    It looks like the one shulabug did as BOM in February.

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    i also have seen the block cant remember the name, but sure someone on the board will, but love the table runner.

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    Could this be a wirlygig block? The runner is gorgious I just love those colors. If you find out please let us know too. I love this block

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    I thought the same thing about it looking like the Feb BOM.

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    I think the name of it is Double Aster. Here's a picture of mine. Is it the same? If it is, it's available on Quilter's Cache. Here's the link.
    http://www.quilterscache.com/D/DoubleAsterBlock.html
    Marilyn

    This is the Double Aster
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    No, it's not the Double Aster...the Aster has more points. Not sure either. Check on quilterscache.com But you'll have to check through a lot of pictures!! :-)

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    Not quite. The one I posted has only 12 points. Please keep looking.
    I'll see what I can find.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danmar
    I think the name of it is Double Aster. Here's a picture of mine. Is it the same? If it is, it's available on Quilter's Cache. Here's the link.
    http://www.quilterscache.com/D/DoubleAsterBlock.html
    Marilyn
    Marilyn, that is STUNNING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by EasyPeezy
    Please help me find the name of this block. Hope the attachment works.
    Don't have the name but it's BEAUTIFUL!! Thanks for sharing

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    Is it Sunflower?

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    Super Member EasyPeezy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by JenniePenny
    Is it Sunflower?
    Nope. Sunflower has 16 points.

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    Where did you get the photo? Didn't the source reference the name of the block?

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    Try and use the double aster pattern, just modify by removing the four outside tiny points.

    btw, Marilyn, awesome block. :thumbup:

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    That is so pretty. I don't know the name but it's pretty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maribeth
    Try and use the double aster pattern, just modify by removing the four outside tiny points.

    btw, Marilyn, awesome block. :thumbup:
    Why didn't I think of that? Thanks. My name is not Marilyn but I'll give it a try. Otherwise I'll just go knock on her door. :-D

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    I found it in Maggie Malone's book it is called "Hope of Hartford."

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    Don't know it, but that is a beautiful runner!

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    Gosh hope someone names it. That is beautiful.

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    I don't know the name either, but I sure do like it!!! Very pretty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deborah12687
    I found it in Maggie Malone's book it is called "Hope of Hartford."
    Close, but Hope of Hartford has only eight points, not twelve. It's like a double Friendship Star. The one in question is like a triple Friendship Star. Here's Hope of Hartford. http://www.quilterscache.com/H/HopeofHartfordBlock.html

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    thanks for the link and name of that block

    Quote Originally Posted by ghostrider
    Quote Originally Posted by Deborah12687
    I found it in Maggie Malone's book it is called "Hope of Hartford."
    Close, but Hope of Hartford has only eight points, not twelve. It's like a double Friendship Star. The one in question is like a triple Friendship Star. Here's Hope of Hartford. http://www.quilterscache.com/H/HopeofHartfordBlock.html

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    Very pretty table runner. I read through all the postings and saved the links. After I get done with the baby quilts, I'm going to start making these for Christmas gifts...Thanks!

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    ??? To clarify what I said, it is NOT Hope of Hartford (just so you know).

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