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Thread: Looking for 4 OT quilt pattern by Miss Rosie's Quilt Co

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    Looking for 4 OT quilt pattern by Miss Rosie's Quilt Co

    Good Morning! I am looking for the 4 OT quilt pattern by Miss Rosie's Quilt Co. I think it was purchased in early 2000 and of course, I have misplaced it. I have a much used quilt I made from this pattern and I think every time I wash it, I love it even more. I have searched numerous times on the internet with no success in finding it. Any ideas as to where it could be found are greatly appreciated. Thank you so much.
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    You may consider contacting by phone Miss Rosie's Co. and they may have the quilt pattern in their archives. I am not sure what OT means?

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    Fat Quarter Shop has a many of the Miss Rosie's patterns and cake mix papers. https://www.fatquartershop.com/miss-...-quilt-company

    The only reference I can find for OT is the Olio Template from Miss Rosie's.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jordan View Post
    You may consider contacting by phone Miss Rosie's Co. and they may have the quilt pattern in their archives. I am not sure what OT means?
    That's the name of the pattern "4 OT". Carrie Nelson has quite an imagination.
    Sometimes she explains the title of her patterns. Sorry I don't have that one so
    can't tell you what it means. Love her patterns.

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    This is the pattern but it says unavailable!

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    Cheffer45, it shouldn't be that difficult to reproduce since you have the quilt.
    Measure each component and put it on graph paper. Then go from there.
    Of course you will have to account for shrinkage and round up the size to make
    them fit. It's mostly 9 patch and flying geese. Go for it.

    Edit: And Square in Square.

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    If I remember correctly, she was watching a ballgame when working on this pattern & the OT stood for overtime!

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    Thank you. Great idea. I will try this.

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    I got all excited thinking I had the pattern....thought it was in Miss Rosie's Farmhouse Favorites....but it isn't. Some really great quilts are in there though!!

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    I found it for sale a couple of days ago, somewhere in Australia, but now can't find it. Whatever search terms I used I can't seem to duplicate.

    Maybe someone else can find it.

    bkay

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    Over time, I read this on the pattern. Her husband was watching a ball game and it went into 4 over times.

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    Cheffer45, please pm me. I have made 2 of these quilts.

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    Iíve been looking for this pattern, too! (I think I even made a post asking if anyone knew where to find it a couple of months ago) I know I could figure it out, but if you ever do find somewhere where they sell it, let me know, please!

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