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    Does anyone know what this pattern is

    This was posted on the board a while ago and I would love to find out the name of the quilt or where to possibly purchase the pattern. Does anyone know? Thanks
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    Sure don't but that is very pretty. seems like it might not be too hard to just .. duplicate in your own fabrics.. just saying..
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    Elisabrat is pretty smart. It looks like various sampler blocks and then doing sunflower applique over it would finish it up.

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    Not sure but you can do it on your own.
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    I so not know but, should be able to do your own.

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    Thanks everyone. You are right, with some thought I should be able to make it up on my own. I think I might give it a try.
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    Good for you. Too many are afraid to 'wing it'.

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    It looks like a sampler, but more organized or repeated blocks? If you look at each 'column', there seems to be 3 - 4 solid squares, one 4 patch and a star block and 16 patch mixed in. Then the flowers appliqued over everything. It's a very pretty quilt!
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    I don't know. Beautiful quilt. Good luck.
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    Don't know the name of it...but know that I like it! I love having pieced backgrounds and then doing applique over it. I have done Yellow Brick Road that way...did in autumn colors, then appliqued leaves and acorns.

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    I dont think I have seen this before, but somehow my brain came up with BuggyBarn. I checked their site and it does look like something they would have a pattern for. I am still poking around there, but you might send them the picture and ask if they recognize it.

    http://buggybarnquilts.com

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    Thank you, I will have a look around the Buggy Barn site.
    Women are Angels. And when someone breaks our wings......... we simply continue to fly ........ on a broomstick.
    We are flexible like that. OKAY?

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