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Thread: Can you name this pattern?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thimblebug6000 View Post
    Similar idea to the Celtic Twist except that it is a square & this a triangle base. http://www.mccallsquilting.com/patte...html?idx=13782
    I was going to suggest the same...thats what it looks like to me..I have it on my to do list...
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    It's a pattern made by American Jane. You can find and order it directly from her. Here's the website. http://americanjane.com/patterns.php It's really cute and she has several more that are really neat too!
    Karen in Kentucky

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    really like the look of this design....and it can be made with jelly rolls?????? Wish Missouri Quilt had a tute on it......am tempted to buy that pattern......does template come with it or is that extra??????? May have to look into it.

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    Called Pretzel Party. American Jane Pretzel Party is also available at Missouri Quilt Company
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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo View Post
    I think Julie Herman has a quilt pattern like this and she has the hex ruler for it. Looks easier to make.

    http://www.jaybirdquilts.com/2012/09...-half-hex.html



    There is a free template pattern here: http://www.americanjane.com/products/AJP216_p4.pdf


    OK i'm not great at this but it looks like the whole quilt can be made by using a full hex and surround it with half hex's, I think you would just add on like a log cabin. only counter clockwise. if you divide the STRIPS that surround the hex its two hex's (or could be) I hope someone else can explain it better. I bet the original quilter wished it was that easy. Dee
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    I love it! Thank you everyone for finding the pattern. I am on my way to order it. God bless you all!

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    Have NO idea but love the colors

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    Quote Originally Posted by kristakz View Post
    Found it! Pintrest is a pain, but I finally found the source of this.
    American Jane Quilt Pattern - Pretzel Party

    It's available here (and other places) http://www.ebay.com/itm/American-Jan...-/280948882012
    I have this pattern just haven't made it yet! It's on that proverbial "to do" list

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    Quote Originally Posted by aeble View Post
    I have no idea who made this quilt or pattern, but I LOVE the pattern. Making it will give me another justification for purchasing a 3" strip die to use on my AccuQuilt cutter.

    Can anyone help me name it?
    http://media-cache-ec4.pinterest.com...0_cJoEpISJ.jpg

    I've never seen it before.

    Thanks in advance for your help!
    is this not garden trellis

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    This is a triangle, garden trellis is a square set on point. The square one is the McCalls block mentioned in a previous post. I just finished the square one as a bed runner for my daughter. Need to work on the shams now.

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    the pattern is nice,but the quilting makes this quilt really nice!!

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    It is a real nice quilt.
    Love the design.
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    Looks like a garden trellis variation.

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    Very nice. glad someone came up with a name. the quilting is beautiful too!
    Life is good when you make time for family and friends and of course quilting!

    Kathy Sinclair

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    I don't know the name of the pattern, but I hope soneone does. I love it.

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