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Thread: I am looking for a Pattern!

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    Wow, that is beautiful. I have no idea where to find the pattern.

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    Patti Carey

    Patti Carey is the Marketing Coordinator for Northcott. Here is the info for Northcott office. I'm sure someone there knows how to get in touch with her. [email protected] phone: (201) 672-9600

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    Quote Originally Posted by texas granny
    ok I check the site they no longer have the pattern that I could find.
    If you would like a copy of mine I can try and send it to you on here or mail you a color copy
    Yes - I have been to their site and found the same thing! I pm'd you! Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BellaBoo
    Patti Carey

    Patti Carey is the Marketing Coordinator for Northcott. Here is the info for Northcott office. I'm sure someone there knows how to get in touch with her. [email protected] phone: (201) 672-9600
    Thanks!!

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    Here's a link to different shaped templates:

    http://www.paperpieces.com/index.html

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    It is a really neat pattern!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewcrafty
    Here's a link to different shaped templates:

    http://www.paperpieces.com/index.html
    WOW! Thank you for that site - I was exploring for the last 45 minutes!

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    Fun site!!
    Rachel

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    Stitchinwitch,
    Did you ever get the pattern from Texas Granny?
    If not I think I might have figured it out. Thanks to a 60 degree hex and a ruler! lol

    The things that drive me nuts after the kids are in bed!

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    Quote Originally Posted by justwannaquilt
    Stitchinwitch,
    Did you ever get the pattern from Texas Granny?
    If not I think I might have figured it out. Thanks to a 60 degree hex and a ruler! lol

    The things that drive me nuts after the kids are in bed!
    Does she have that pattern? pm me to let me know how you figured it out! please!!!

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    I don't know if she had the pattern or not I know on page two she said she had the pattern from the website that was linked to earlier (sorry can't remember the name of the site). The pattern had been deleted I guess what she had saved it while it was still there. I don't know but I am trying to get my computer and scanner on speaking terms so I can show ya what I did! lol

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    Here is a picture of the pattern that I made up with measurments. I used a 3/4" 60 degree hexagon that I had here for GMFG quilt that I am making and a quilt ruler.

    I used the 3/4" hex because it was what I had you could use any size and make the pieces different sizes as long as the short ones are one third the size of the large ones.

    Need help? I will try to help.
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    Here is the link to a 3 page pdf file, photo and directions.

    Venetian Stained Glass - Northcott File Format: PDF/Adobe Acrobat - Quick View
    Visit www.northcott.net for further quilt designs using Venetian Glass. ... Cut 137 strips 7/8 x width of fabric (WOF) (for stained glass leading) ...
    www.northcott.net/images/quiltPatterns/venglass14red.pdf

    venetian glass quilt pattern - patti carey

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    Thanks to all you Sherlocks - I guess I will have to forget that quilt. If they ever have another QS up north, maybe someone will enter her quilt again and I will be able to track her down. Thanks for all of your detective work.

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