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Thread: Does anyone know the name of the pattern of this quilt?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jitkaau View Post
    Each block looks similar to the whole 'Yo Gabba Gabba' quilt which is on Hoffman Site.I think you have made an excellent choice of colours and lay-out.

    http://www.hoffmanfabrics.com/conten...asp?FolderID=7
    Thank you! I will go and check it out!

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    Your quilt is so beautiful! You really have an eye for color.

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    It's beautiful and I love the colors you used .... great job

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    I do not know the pattern name either but I sure like your quilt.

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    I don't know pattern name, but it is very pretty! Beautiful colors!
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    I don't know the pattern either...but the quilt is beautiful!!

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    That's a lovely quilt, very inspirational!
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    I don't know it either, but sure love the quilt.

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    Beautiful quilt! Great job too! Much better than my 3rd quilt ...

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    the quilt is beautiful.....sorry don't know the name....
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    Love the colors you have chosen!
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    [QUOTE=jitkaau;5352754]Each block looks similar to the whole 'Yo Gabba Gabba' quilt which is on Hoffman Site.I think you have made an excellent choice of colours and lay-out.

    http://www.hoffmanfabrics.com/conten...asp?FolderID=7[/QUOTE

    These are quilts, not blocks, with strip borders. ND Mom's block has squares on the outside, not strips. To me, that makes the block quite different from the quilts, so ND Mom's block is not a 'knock-off' of the quilts.

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    [QUOTE=JoanneS;5353377]
    Quote Originally Posted by jitkaau View Post
    Each block looks similar to the whole 'Yo Gabba Gabba' quilt which is on Hoffman Site.I think you have made an excellent choice of colours and lay-out.

    http://www.hoffmanfabrics.com/conten...asp?FolderID=7[/QUOTE

    These are quilts, not blocks, with strip borders. ND Mom's block has squares on the outside, not strips. To me, that makes the block quite different from the quilts, so ND Mom's block is not a 'knock-off' of the quilts.
    Thanks, Joanne! I went to the website and looked. I have to agree with you. There is one called Snow Day Frolic pattern which is more fit in what my quilt block look like. Thanks again for your comment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ND-Mom View Post
    I made this quilt (my 5th) and posted a picture here few days ago.

    Many ladies asked what kind of pattern this is. I can't answer the question. I saw a similar quilt here months ago and thought I'll give it a try with different colors. The border is my own design. I am wondering if anyone knows if there is a name for this pattern. If there is not, I'd like to call it North Dakota garden.

    I came to US 24 years ago. I am a Chinese (US citizen for 15 years). I started learning quilting two years ago.

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    Fascinating Quilt! As others have said, your eye for color is amazing. I'm pretty conservative in my fabric choices (my typical styles are: two color quilts, civil war prints, and very scrappy (200 or more fabrics). I am in awe of your quilt! Those pops of orange just "do it" for me and I never would have come up with that. I wish I had your talent.

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    Well since you came up with all of your own measurements and method for construction I would think that it is your pattern and North Dakota Garden is a wonderful name. Very pretty quilt.

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    I think I would just call it "Beautiful"! Great quilt and your color choices are fabulous!

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    Very pretty and you are very talented. Thanks for sharing with us.
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    Thanks for all the compliments, ladies! I really enjoyed shopping and picking fabrics and the thinking process of what to make. My craftswoman's skill isn't very good. I can't make complicated patterns. I can play colors a little.

    Thanks again!

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    North Dakota Garden sounds like a very good description of this wonderful quilt

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    You did a spectacular job for someone who has only been quilting for two years. Nice colours too, purple is my favourite. I would also be interested in knowing the name of the quilt pattern. Thank you for sharing.

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    Don't know the name but its a beautiful quilt and the border is very nice.

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    A beautiful quilt.

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    That is absolutely stunning!!! Beautiful colors.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    I think you may have used the pattern I posted in April. http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...n-t185572.html You added several more borders, which are very nice.

    The free quilt pattern is Clematis by Clothworks. http://www.clothworks.com/collection.asp?ID=327
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