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Thread: Does anyone know what this block is.....

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    Super Member Lockeb's Avatar
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    Here's a picture from Connecting Threads....and this quilt has a star block that I'm looking to identify..does anyone know what it is called..... would appreciate your help!!!!
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    It is the Star Four Patch.

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    Thanks lfw045...

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    Super Member Lockeb's Avatar
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    Actually, I just found the pattern on Quilterscache - there it's called FIFTY-FOUR FORTY OR FIGHT!

    http://quilterscache.com/F/FiftyFour...ightBlock.html

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    Awesome, what colors are you going to use to make your quilt?

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    I'm not sure - I've been looking for a fun star for a long time - and this star is really appealing to me - I was thinking of perhaps doing something in Civil War Repros....I am so falling in love with the CW colors......

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    I saw that one too. Such a pretty pattern.

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    That is a beautiful pattern.... I love CT fabrics...love shopping there....but not sure if I want this kit......but the star block is a block that I really see in another project!!!

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    My favorite pattern using this block (54 40 or Fight) is the Tennessee Waltz. I've been working on it for almost a year.

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    Just found this photo of the TENNESSEE WALTZ - I love it....

    http://www.quilt-lovers-guide.com/pa...-for-sale.html
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    Friendship Star Variation-almost. If the pink corners were white
    instead, it would be.

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    That is a very nice pattern. Let us know what you are going to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lockeb
    Just found this photo of the TENNESSEE WALTZ - I love it....

    http://www.quilt-lovers-guide.com/pa...-for-sale.html
    That's gorgeous!!! And made with scraps! Don't know how people do it.... :D

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    I would be happy to share the pattern with you, but it is spread throughout 45 pages in a wonderful little book. However, I just googled it and found the book at Amazon for $3.99. It would be the most cost effective to simply order it.
    Google, TENNESSEE WALTZ QUILT by SUE BOUCHARD.
    This book includes yardage for five quilt sizes as well as a table runner. The info is sort of intermingled throughout the book. You'll love this quilt. I adore mine and have been working on it off and on for a while.
    You may or may not know...Sue Bouchard is Eleanor Burns right hand. They have done several books together.
    I am going to post this on the forum since others have also expressed interest in this beautiful pattern.

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