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    Quote Originally Posted by schwanton
    I have the magazine in my hand. It is the Fons and Porter's "For the Love of Quilting" March/April 2000 issue. It is on the cover. The name of the quilt is: Butterflies in Annie's Garden. It was made by JoAnn Belson from Lancaster, PA. The magazine includes full instructions, pictures and patterns. If you are interested, I can scan and e-mail to you!
    Hi, I would love to have that pattern!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shirley41
    Quote Originally Posted by schwanton
    I have the magazine in my hand. It is the Fons and Porter's "For the Love of Quilting" March/April 2000 issue. It is on the cover. The name of the quilt is: Butterflies in Annie's Garden. It was made by JoAnn Belson from Lancaster, PA. The magazine includes full instructions, pictures and patterns. If you are interested, I can scan and e-mail to you!
    Hi, I would love to have that pattern!!!!!!!
    Could you possibly e-mail it to me too if it is not too much trouble? My e-mail is: [email protected] Thanks in advance. This Board is so resourceful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SSTeacher
    Quote Originally Posted by Shirley41
    Quote Originally Posted by schwanton
    I have the magazine in my hand. It is the Fons and Porter's "For the Love of Quilting" March/April 2000 issue. It is on the cover. The name of the quilt is: Butterflies in Annie's Garden. It was made by JoAnn Belson from Lancaster, PA. The magazine includes full instructions, pictures and patterns. If you are interested, I can scan and e-mail to you!
    Hi, I would love to have that pattern!!!!!!!
    Could you possibly e-mail it to me too if it is not too much trouble? My e-mail is: [email protected] Thanks in advance. This Board is so resourceful.

    SSTeacher - I will send it to you. Shirley I will need your e-mail address.

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    Could you also email me the pattern also please? I will be forever in your debt!! I absolutely love this pattern! my email is [email protected]

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    Oh, please send it to me too- [email protected]

    Thank you so much!

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    "oh" I love this could I have a copy too! [email protected]

    thank you so very much!!!!
    I Love ALL kinds of CrAfTs

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    me to me to! [email protected]
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    Quote Originally Posted by schwanton View Post
    I have the magazine in my hand. It is the Fons and Porter's "For the Love of Quilting" March/April 2000 issue. It is on the cover. The name of the quilt is: Butterflies in Annie's Garden. It was made by JoAnn Belson from Lancaster, PA. The magazine includes full instructions, pictures and patterns. If you are interested, I can scan and e-mail to you!
    I have sent you an PM.

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    The quilt is stunning, never saw it made like this before.

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    Gosh this is pretty and I just love butterflies! I don't know either, but I am wondering if maybe it has someting to do with dresden in the name of it. I pm'd you for a copy too please.
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    I don't know the name either, and have never seen it before, but it is really a darling quilt!
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    I know this is an old post but I just saw the quilt on Pininterest. I do have the Marti Mitchell templates but the pattern from FP would be nice. If you get this and don't mind, will you e-mail a copy at [email protected] Thanks so much.

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    I just found out there are corrections to the pattern on F&P website. I can never get F&P site to load. Anyone have the same problem getting that site to open?
    Got fabric?

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    Finally got the site to load through another site. Here are the corrections:

    CORRECTIONS for Butterflies in Annie's Garden Quilt InstructionsCorrection for Cutting solid pink:
    Cut 60 (not 30) hearts (C).
    Other cutting for pink solid is correct.
    Correction for Cutting blue solid:
    Cut 60 (not 30) hearts (C).
    Other cutting for blue solid is correct.
    There are a lot of corrections for many quilts from now to the 1990's so be sure and check for corrections before using a pattern from the magazine.
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    I don't know the name of the pattern but I love it. I hope someone is able to identify it.
    Fabric is like money, no matter how much you have it's never enough.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorBanaquilts View Post
    I don't know the name, but that is really pretty!
    Absolutely beautiful! I wish I knew the name of the pattern because this is a real inspiration!
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    Quote Originally Posted by amma View Post
    I love the heart applique in the fan blocks, that alone is very pretty...but using the butterfly body too!!! That is a stunning quilt

    I hope that someone finds this pattern!!!
    I agree! Id never seen the bottom of the fan addressed with a heart before but I love, love, love the look! It would be so pretty done in soft pinks or reds for a Valentine's Day (or wedding) quilt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo View Post
    Nitabug nailed it! Here is the pattern from Marti Mitchell: About 1/4 way down the page.
    http://www.frommarti.com/dresden.shtml#mini



    Thank you Nitabug. I love this quilting board!
    Ooooh... there are sooooo many neat patterns for different uses for Dresdens on that page! Thanks for the link!
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    Look at this other version of a Butterfly Dresden Plate. It's very different but I love it, too!

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    I would love to have a copy too. Email [email protected]

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    pattern

    If it is not to late, I would love a copy of the pattern also. Thank you so much. [email protected]

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    http://www.ozquilts.com.au/marti-michell-template-set-mini-dresden-plate-set-p19046.html


    I haven't waded through all eight pages of comments here, but if you view the larger "additional images" at the above link...it shows a picture of the butterfly and the mini Dresden templates come with the pattern.
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