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Thread: Can you name this block?

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    He Everyone! Does anyone know the name of this block? Or where to get a pattern? I know where to get this pattern except I don't want to make a runner out of so can't see wasting the money unless it is a pattern for something else.

    How is this. :D
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    I can't open it to see it

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    Okay I fixed. :D

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    it looks like a variation of Broken Saw Blades.

    if you have a block pattern, you have a quilt pattern. just think of it as a really long table runner with extra rows :wink:

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    No clue what it is, but it's pretty!

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    it looks like a variation of Broken Saw Blades.

    if you have a block pattern, you have a quilt pattern. just think of it as a really long table runner with extra rows :wink:
    Ah, Patrice, I don't have the block pattern. That is what I need. Hee hee. See the name of this is Name that Block. You are too funny.

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    Or do you mean buy the runner pattern to get the block pattern? Yeah I could do that but I would rather put the $ towards a different pattern. I could make that runner without a pattern, just can't make the block. Boo hoo...... :cry: :D :lol: :D

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    Check out Lilly Blossoms on this page.
    It sort of looks like it

    http://www.quilterscache.com/QuiltBlocksGalore41.html

    http://www.quilterscache.com/L/LittleBlossomsBlock.html

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    but ... but ... you can't make the runner without making the block. so if you can figure out how to make the runner you can figure out how to make the block. nes pas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    but ... but ... you can't make the runner without making the block. so if you can figure out how to make the runner you can figure out how to make the block. nes pas?
    :P :P :P

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    I am wondering if I could just applique half circles. Hey maybe that is how it is done. Hmmm.

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    I downloaded the picture and it does AND doesn't look like a half circle there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    Check out Lilly Blossoms on this page.
    It sort of looks like it

    http://www.quilterscache.com/QuiltBlocksGalore41.html

    http://www.quilterscache.com/L/LittleBlossomsBlock.html
    Sorta but nope. That is a nice block too. I can't stand the music when I go to the main page of that site. I forget every time to mute. :shock: Then ouch. :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    it looks like a variation of Broken Saw Blades.

    if you have a block pattern, you have a quilt pattern. just think of it as a really long table runner with extra rows :wink:
    Maybe I can just wait for you to do a pattern???? Or one of the 17 ???

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    i need to see a link to the commercial pattern before we talk to the other 16 about a pattern. need to consider copyrights and all that.

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    Ok, that picture is better.
    I can see the rounded part.
    I think with all your wisdom and knowledge, you should be able to just do it! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    i need to see a link to the commercial pattern before we talk to the other 16 about a pattern. need to consider copyrights and all that.
    That is true. Sometimes I am just not thinking. At least one of you are. Here is the link. You have to scroll pertty far down. I did not even check to see who makes the pattern. I am going back now.

    http://www.clotilde.com/clearance.html?mode=list&offset=0&limit=68&type_id=Z&cat_id=13&filter_id=1

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    I went back there and they really don't give much infor. The runner is called Star Trick but the pattern looks like pinwheel or flying kite block to me. I could be wrong. I can't find anything else with google for Star Trick like this.

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    i googled "star trick" and that's the quilt-related only design that came up. i don't think it's in the public domain. so ... can't help ya. :?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatriceJ
    i googled "star trick" and that's the quilt-related only design that came up. i don't think it's in the public domain. so ... can't help ya. :?
    Well I am sooooooooooo curious that I guess I will just buy the pattern. But not for a couple of weeks. I just bought some things from them. Wish I had searched the clearence. Just knew what I wanted and got. Oh well. Oh and Patrice, no answere yet about the BOM. Have you heard anything. If not I will just do it. I gave her first choice. Maybe still haveing problems. :?

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