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

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    Senior Member JenelTX's Avatar
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    Very nice! The fabrics you've chosen are beautiful. I'm afraid I don't know if there's a pattern name. Your pieced border is such a lovely extra touch! Beautiful!
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    I just finished making this one last night, only different border.

    http://www.clothworkstextiles.com/pa...oad.asp?ID=327
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    I looked at the quilterscache.com There were a couple that were close, but not exactly the same. One was called odds and ends II (I think it is pg 55), and another, hole in the barn door p 24. Neither of them are an exact match. You might as well name it what ever you like.
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    That is one gorgeous quilt! Nice work! If you didn't get it from a pattern that had a name, I wouldn't worry about the name. I'd just name it myself.
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    North Dakota Gardens is a perfect name
    You did a beautiful job.

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    I love the name, love the colors, love this quilt!!!

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    Very beautiful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jj1150 View Post
    It's beautiful and I love the colors you used .... great job

    jody
    I agree with Jody!

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    That pattern is known as Warm Wishes. Very pretty.

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    [QUOTE=Elise1;5354938]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

    Yes! Yes! Elise: That is the one! Thank you for the inspiration!

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    Wow! I love the colors, beautiful quilt! I don't know the name of the pattern, I haven't read through the messages, hopefully sombody knows the name and where to find the pattern. I am ready to start a new quilt.
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    great job,love you quilt

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    I think the name is North Dakota Garden. So there.

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    so beautiful
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    Beautiful. I can see why everyone wants the pattern.
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    Your quilt name is perfect, it definitely suits your design - and the sashing gives it a very faint hint of the Oriental - how wonderful to combine your new homeland and your original homeland - a quilt that is uniquely yours for everyone to enjoy! Thank you for showing us this fabulous work of art.
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    Beautiful! I'd love to make one myself!

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    Your quilt is awesome. " North Dakota Garden" sounds great - most people don't think we are pretty up here. BUT WE ARE. From another ND quilter.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MdmSew'n'Sew View Post
    Your quilt name is perfect, it definitely suits your design - and the sashing gives it a very faint hint of the Oriental - how wonderful to combine your new homeland and your original homeland - a quilt that is uniquely yours for everyone to enjoy! Thank you for showing us this fabulous work of art.
    Thank you! I truly appreciate your warm comments.

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    Quote Originally Posted by natalieg View Post
    I just finished making this one last night, only different border.

    http://www.clothworkstextiles.com/pa...oad.asp?ID=327
    Thanks for the info!!

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    I agree with everyone else. It is a beautiful quilt; lovely choice of fabrics, great quilting and superb border.

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    I vote for North Dakota Gardens It's a beautiful quilt

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    It's beautiful! I love how you put the colors together throughout the entire quilt!
    Karen in Kentucky

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    Well it is extremely beautiful. You did a wonderful job!

    I also would like to know the pattern as it is a beautiful quilt. Thanks for the picture!

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    I dont know, but I would call it a "spring flower garden" it sure looks like it. Aloha

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