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Thread: Does anyone recognize this pattern???

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    Does anyone recognize this pattern???

    I saw this quilt at the Dallas Quilt Show and want to do this pattern......can anyone identify the name of the pattern or who designed it or where I can fine it. HELP! I've already tried to contact the quilter, but no luck yet. Thanks for any help.
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    I don't know the pattern, but if no one else knows what it is, you can draft it out on graph paper. Looks like lots of hst's. squares and rectangles.
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    Sorry I can't help, but if you had some graph paper you could draft it .
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    I have made a half-hearted attempt at that, but I also have to identify placement of Lights/Mediums/Darks to make the chain trail correctly.......it will take quite the focused effort to map out a full size quilt, so I'm still trying to a quicker method. Thanks for your note.
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    Was there no quilt name on the label, pinned to the front of the quilt? Usually if it's not an original design the quilter will give the name of the pattern. I've also seen quilts with labels that state the quilt was "inspired by" a certain design, but the maker made changes.

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    I knew I had seen that quilt/pattern somewhere! Found it in one of my recently bought books - Scrap Basket Sensations by Kim Brackett. Quilt is called 'Over and Under', good luck making your own - it's a great pattern!

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    Actually, I think you only have to scatter med and dark around the white. It's actually a fairly simple pattern... in concept. It's obviously a great place to show off one's quilting (and one's batik scraps). Thanks for sharing it. I love it. that's now # 285 on my WAD list.

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    Its lovely- glad that you now have a name for the pattern and good luck making it your own- please post photos, won't you?!
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    it surely is a beautiful quilt. be sure to post yours when done
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    Beautiful quilt. Love the choice of fabrics
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    Quote Originally Posted by MiaA View Post
    I knew I had seen that quilt/pattern somewhere! Found it in one of my recently bought books - Scrap Basket Sensations by Kim Brackett. Quilt is called 'Over and Under', good luck making your own - it's a great pattern!
    Yes, I have the same book and I agree this is the pattern.

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    That's a lovely quilt, and thanks for bringing it to our attention. It's amazing how quickly you can get a response to a question on the board. What's funny is that you can actually read the name 'Over and Under' on the tag on the bottom of the quilt if you increase the size of the picture.

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    Well I'll be! You are so right (and so eagle eyed)

    Quote Originally Posted by dunster View Post
    What's funny is that you can actually read the name 'Over and Under' on the tag on the bottom of the quilt if you increase the size of the picture.
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    It's in the book Scrap Basket Sensations...... knew I'd seen that pattern someplace. It's called Over & Under, looks easy.

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    Looks very much like Bonnie Hunt's Boxy Stars on quiltville.com
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    If you cannot find this pattern, why couldn't you just draft it yourself. It looks very simple with just two different blocks sewn to make four blocks and then joined to each other. I do this all the time to make quilts a specific size.

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    Pretty quilt guess I will just add it to my bucket list

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    Looks like it's made out of 2 different blocks. Each block could be put together several different ways and it depend on how you turn it is what makes the pattern. I'm always trying to decipher a quilt in a magazine or other places on how I could make the blocks, much of the time it can be made by 2 or maybe a few more different block. The pattern may look really hard to make but turns out it is just how it is put together.

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    It is from the quilt book Scrap Basket Sensations by Kim Brackett. Page 30, it says Over and Under for quilt name. You can buy the book from www.amazon.com

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    Just ordered the book by Kim Brackett. Had pics of some of the quilts in the book. There will be lots of interesting quilts to do from it.
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    I found the pattern on the Connecting Thread website. Google Scrap Basket Sensations and look for the Connecting Threads link for it. Click on it, and then you can see all the quilts featured in the book. It's there! Very pretty quilt too!
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    Looks like a variation on the split nine patch. she split some in half, and added them to all white (Tone on tone) split nine patches. The hardest part would be your color selection.

    Quote Originally Posted by leggz48 View Post
    I saw this quilt at the Dallas Quilt Show and want to do this pattern......can anyone identify the name of the pattern or who designed it or where I can fine it. HELP! I've already tried to contact the quilter, but no luck yet. Thanks for any help.
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    The quilt is beautiful, but it looks difficult to me, but I consider myself still a beginner. Will look forward to seeing your finished work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by QM View Post
    Actually, I think you only have to scatter med and dark around the white. It's actually a fairly simple pattern... in concept. It's obviously a great place to show off one's quilting (and one's batik scraps). Thanks for sharing it. I love it. that's now # 285 on my WAD list.
    Same here. Why do there have to be so many fabulous quilts out there, just begging to be made? Waaaaaaaaaaaah!
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    Thank you, thank you, thank you.......I knew someone out there would bere able to help meaps she is. I could read the "Over and Under" pattern, as well as the name of the quilter and made an attempt to reach her via Facebook. However, perhaps she's like me and only looks at FB on a random basis. I plan to get the book and start this project in the summer. As many of you can probably appreciate......I have a ton of projects in process right now.

    Thanks again!!!! Love you all, and this site is fantastic!
    Linda

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