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Thread: I am at a loss looking for a pattern

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    Smile I am at a loss looking for a pattern

    I am looking for a pattern that is similar to a BOM
    I can remember that is resembled a village on one of the outer boarders. The most outer border were flying geese.
    It is not all that important that I find EXACTLY that pattern, but I am looking for something along that theme and in the past saw several that I admired and was told them were BOM. If you were to send anything my way I would be greatly appreciative. I am now brain dead from looking. My daughters bedroom is in rustic colors, so beige, gold and burgundy and greens would fall in line

    This would be a 1st wedding anniversary quilt for my daughter. When she graduated as a chemist I made a periodic table quilt with over 118 elements that I embroidered and then sashed together. SO now I have to top that!! HAHA

    MANY THANKS for any consideration, I appreciate all responses and thank you!

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    why not make your own block layout. go to quilters cach and pick a few and go from there. if the ones you like are bom that is basicly the same idea. you can really go to town on it then. goog luck.
    when life gets you down go and talk with a little kid. They will help you work out even the worst problems with their simple logic.

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    I saw this pattern on the site here it is a bom but too complicated for me in England to do. Idea for you.
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    that is lovely. way beyond me.
    when life gets you down go and talk with a little kid. They will help you work out even the worst problems with their simple logic.

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    Have you that about a Piecemaker quilt or a McKennen Ryan quilt?

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    Ladies you have responding in record time, I am thinking of using all of your suggestions in drafting a quilt top that will be mine. I guess we better share on the patent though! I have quilted one piecemaker many moons ago but I have not heard of Mckennen Ryan so I certainly have homework.

    Thank you all so much for your help and I really appreciate the time you took to respond!
    Jane

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    pretty but i sure couldnt do that one. above my level.

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    Could this be the pattern you seek?

    It's “All Around the Town,” designed by Kathy Stubbs Ward.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lowjane View Post
    I have not heard of Mckennen Ryan
    Well, Googling her correct name would be a great start, lol. It's McKenna Ryan. Keepsake carries a lot of her kits, and here's her website.

    http://pineneedles.com/

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    I'd love to see a photo of your periodic table quilt!!!

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/links-r...rn-t76640.html


    http://www.therabbitfactory.com./


    This was posted from a different member of this board. May be that's the one you are looking for.
    Last edited by lovingmama; 03-04-2013 at 05:01 AM.
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    Here's another that might give you some ideas:

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    Quote Originally Posted by oakhillstradingpost View Post
    I'd love to see a photo of your periodic table quilt!!!
    I want to see a pic of this, too!
    Why do I keep trying to find the "like" button?

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    http://www.sulky-international.de/sc...p?seite_id=173
    This is a German paper piecing Village BOM. I've made it , the language really presents no problem as you pice by numbers
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    Here is one (BOM 2012 but no more available). I have two of the houses but nit the one with trees, I must have removed the file. There are plenty of free house blocks to download, I just saw one pattern with 16 houses on EQBoutique/free patterns. Maybe this picture will be of help to you
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    Wow Hevemi! That is beautiful. What a fun quilt!
    I googled it to see if I could find the pattern, but I'm not sure that it is available in the US/Canada. Does anyone know??

    Carole

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    It could be the Crab Apple Hill Over the river through the woods pattern She has a new one out Route 66. Here is a link to her site. Luann
    http://www.crabapplehillstudio.com/p...oween.html?p=2
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chester the bunny View Post
    Wow Hevemi! That is beautiful. What a fun quilt!
    I googled it to see if I could find the pattern, but I'm not sure that it is available in the US/Canada. Does anyone know??

    Carole

    Carol, Sulky has those patterns for free .... this is the link to the current BOM. http://www.sulky-international.de/sc...p?seite_id=319

    Look at the left sidebar ...you'll see the other years' BOM listed ...
    HTH

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    Quote Originally Posted by DOTTYMO View Post
    I saw this pattern on the site here it is a bom but too complicated for me in England to do. Idea for you.
    This is my quilt. I bought the entire pattern a number of years ago. The name is "Woodland Creatures" by Rosemary. She's Canadian and has a website where you can find this pattern ( and others of hers). I think the site is quiltsbyrosemary.com
    The pattern is not difficult, just a little time consuming, as you can imagine....but lots of fun to make and lots of fun to shop for "just the right fabrics" for all the flora and fauna.
    This was the very first quilt I ever entered into a show. It has won a few ribbons so far. I am very proud of it. I did it ALL by machine....even the spiderweb! Now I am working on "Affairs of the Heart" and am doing it all by machine as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by calano1 View Post
    Carol, Sulky has those patterns for free .... this is the link to the current BOM. http://www.sulky-international.de/sc...p?seite_id=319

    Look at the left sidebar ...you'll see the other years' BOM listed ...
    HTH
    The 2006 link has the house and flying geese too, it looks like a fun one.
    Yooper32 aka: Donna B

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    Quote Originally Posted by willferg View Post
    Here's another that might give you some ideas:

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    love this pattern where can I find it ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by susiestone View Post
    love this pattern where can I find it ??
    The City Stitcher Quilted Village BOM 12 Pattern Set by Janet Miller Pattern is the name of the pattern. It's not easy to find, but it is out there if you google it...
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