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Thread: help finding the name of pattern

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    Super Member tealfalcon's Avatar
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    I saw this quilt down at the fair today it won overall best of fair and its just beautiful...i have looked online but to no avail...i know there are some of you ladies on here who are really good at finding things online
    thanks in advance
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    It is a gorgeous quilt. I hope you can find a pattern or go the name of the entrant to the fair. It is possible they created it themselves. Wonderful quilt.

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    Super Member tealfalcon's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Murphy
    It is a gorgeous quilt. I hope you can find a pattern or go the name of the entrant to the fair. It is possible they created it themselves. Wonderful quilt.
    yes thats true....but i seem to remember seeing in somewhere before.

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    That's a tough search. There must be millions of Christmas quilt patterns. My money is on Craftybear. If anyone can find it, it will be her.

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    it is a beautiful quilt, for sure. and it has a ribbon to prove it :)
    maybe the fair committe has the info listed with the quilt listing

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    Basic blocks with applique
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    Yep I think I can figure out the blocks no problem....and I can get applique motifs or draw them

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    It is wonderful!

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    Looks like Jacob's Ladder to me.

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    I can see why you wanted the pattern, beautiful quilt.. I agree I think they made this quilt up... maybe :)

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    this looks like parts of it....except they did not do a 4patch in the center of each star

    http://www.scrapquilts.com/4star.html

    and the snowball (thank you Carole)

    http://quilting.about.com/od/blockof...ball_block.htm

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    My guess is it's an Ohio Star block and a snowball block.

    Carole

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chester the bunny
    My guess is it's an Ohio Star block and a snowball block.

    Carole
    this gets my vote,, and I think the maker designed their own applique by using pix from different places..VERY nice and VERY creative...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rhaorth
    this looks like parts of it....except they did not do a 4patch in the center of each star

    http://www.scrapquilts.com/4star.html

    and the snowball (thank you Carole)

    http://quilting.about.com/od/blockof...ball_block.htm
    I think you found them

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    here it is...http://www.pieceocake.com/Books/eBooks.html

    someone posted on my fair post that they are making it....i knew i had seen it before....the book is out of print but amazon has it or the digital download...the amazon books are very pricey

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    Super Member tealfalcon's Avatar
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    Funny thing is I follow their blog lol....guess that's why I have seen it before

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