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Thread: Do you know of a pattern called "Pine Ridge"?

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    Do you know of a pattern called "Pine Ridge"?

    I am asking for some help! Yesterday I was at a yard sale and found a large shoe box with a lot of fabric pieces cut out and some sewn together. The tag on the box said "mystery quilt" and had a price of $4. The woman at the sale said the box had belonged to a member of her guild who had passed away and she was selling some of the quilter's quilting supplies. The fabric in the box was of very nice quality and obviously cut with precision. I could not pass up such a mystery. I brought the box home with me, intrigued with its mystery. The only information in the box was a slip of paper with the name "Pine Ridge Quilt" and a list of the fabrics, (colors and yardage for each) that were needed for the quilt. But I have no idea how to put this all together.

    I am hoping that someone here knows the pattern "Pine Ridge" and can at least post a picture of the pattern. It appears that I have all the pieces cut out that I need, I think. Can you help me?

    If not, I may have a big jigsaw puzzle to try to figure out!

    Thanks!

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    Interesting! There is an Indian Reservation in South Dakota called Pine Ridge. That is the closest I could come.

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    The Fat Quarter Shop had a mystery quilt called Pine Ridge Tree but it's no longer available. I think if you go to their website and contact them, they may be able to find a copy for you. Sounds like the same pattern. http://fatquartershop.com

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    can you post a picture of what has already been sewn together?

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    Pine Tree Ridge BOM

    Could this be it? It's from a blog - says it's the Pine Tree Ridge Mystery quilt BOM for 2013. http://janpatek.blogspot.com/2013/02...tines-day.html
    Last edited by QuiltnNan; 05-27-2013 at 03:10 AM. Reason: remove copyright image

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    I just looked through the bottom of the box and found these two larger pieces.

    Does anyone have a picture of the entire quilt?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Altogirl View Post
    Could this be it? It's from a blog - says it's the Pine Tree Ridge Mystery quilt BOM for 2013. http://janpatek.blogspot.com/2013/02...tines-day.html
    Alto girl, that is a cute quilt, but not the one I am looking for! Thanks!

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    I think it is in this Thimbleberries pattern book on ebay:

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/1995-THIMBLE...item20d35d64d9

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    Oh Cass!! That is it! Thank you so much! Yippee!

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    [QUOTE=Central Ohio Quilter;6087819]I just looked through the bottom of the box and found these two larger pieces.

    This looks like it could be a Thimbleberries Pattern. She did a block of the month about 10 years ago (maybe more) that was very similar to this and seems to me was called Pine Ridge. I will check my files to see if I saved the patterns and let you know if it is the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Central Ohio Quilter View Post
    Oh Cass!! That is it! Thank you so much! Yippee!
    I'm glad your mystery is solved. Have fun finishing this one!

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    I have found it in the At Home with Thimbleberries Quilts, 1997. The quilt is 76x84.

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    Found this image of your quilt Will try to attach

    Name:  Thimbleberries Pine Ridge qlt.jpg
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    I found three of those patterns for sale on Amazon by searching "Christmas Valley Quilts" as the title, with "Jensen" for author. They are all used and priced at just under $11 (including the shipping). Great find! Have a blast with it!

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    There is very little that can not be accomplished on this board. Investigations included!

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    Pine ridge quilt picture on web

    I am hoping that someone here knows the pattern "Pine Ridge" and can at least post a picture of the pattern. It appears that I have all the pieces cut out that I need, I think. Can you help me?

    If not, I may have a big jigsaw puzzle to try to figure out!

    Thanks![/QUOTE]

    Here is the web site and a picture of the quilt:

    http://janpatekquilts.goodsie.com/pine-tree-ridge-12-month-bom-quilt-kit

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    What an awesome find!

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    You quilters are amazing. I think quilters would make great detectives!
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