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Thread: Do any of you know the name of this block and/or where I can get the pattern?

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    Do any of you know the name of this block and/or where I can get the pattern?

    I love this block but I cannot find the name nor the pattern. Can you help me?
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    Is it Pine Tree?

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    Check quilterscache.com. They have one almost identical called Centennial Tree.
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    I thought it was Pine Tree also...
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    i thought it might be tree of life
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    I know it as the tree of life also
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    Is it this one?
    http://www.quilterscache.com/T/TreeofParadiseBlock.html

    Scroll dow to the letter T there are a few variations of the pattern
    http://freequiltpatterns.blogspot.co...-patterns.html
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    I don't know the name but it's a cool block.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Corky View Post
    I love this block but I cannot find the name nor the pattern. Can you help me?
    everything but the bottom is HST, and the bottom is almost.. Sketch it out!
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    Tree of life, I have the pattern but it's for a 4" block. Ive seen it on free patterns too
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    It looks like a tree but reminds me of a bear claw.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrannieAnnie View Post
    everything but the bottom is HST, and the bottom is almost.. Sketch it out!
    Agree that it would be easy to sketch out .Use grid paper if you have difficulty with drafting.

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    Edyta Sitar has this pattern on her web site.

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    I also thought it was tree of life, but it's not a hard pattern to figure out, just HST, figure out what size you want the finished block and go from there.

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    Jinny Beyer "pine tree" slightly modified (larger triangle). See it here:
    http://www.google.com/imgres?hl=en&s...rl=http://2.bp

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    Quote Originally Posted by kaylfordsollimo View Post
    That's it! Just a slightly different trunk. But otherwise a perfect replica!
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    Looks like pine tree to me. Draft your own pattern.

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    The Temperance Tree Block is the closest match. It should be easy as it is mostly HST's. Let us see the finished quilt.

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    looks like one they call tree of life ,i could be wrong it's been a few years back now.
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    http://www.quilterscache.com/T/TemperanceTreeBlock.html

    Close, but not exactly the same...
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    It's at free quilt patterns blogspot under Temperance Tree

    Scroll dow to the letter T there are a few variations of the pattern
    http://freequiltpatterns.blogspot.co...-patterns.html[/QUOTE]

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    Hi this is my first time writing but I found this pattern in a book it is called pine tree. the book I found it in is the Ultimate Collection of Classic Quilt Blocks by Jeanne Stauffer & Sandra L Hatch. If I knew how I would post the pattern but I don't sorry.

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    I noticed all the patterns posted were "on point" I like how the one in the OP is not "on point".

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