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    Love this quilt pattern!! I will be checking back often to see if someone knows the name.
    Thanks for posting it!
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    A very pretty quilt top. Unique pattern.

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    I don't know the name either but would love to know it as well! Love it but not smart enough to figure it out without pattern.....barely smart enough with pattern!!
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    Have you looked up Pioneer braid? the colored sections look more like that to me.

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    It is lovely!!

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    I love this pattern too. Sure hope someone finds it for you and me lol.

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    This is lovely-if you can't find a name-make one up===Broken star is a suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sherrilynn13 View Post
    I can not seem to find this pattern anywhere. It looks like a french braid with triangles and a square.
    Looks to me like a log cabin then cut on the diagnol with two triangles -- one on each corner!

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    Looks like Pioneer Braid set in a star pattern. Hope this helps.
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    One other thing...if you look at the Etsy posting, you can see how the blocks actually go together: the braids, the squares and the triangles. The Etsy post is just the blocks laid out to look like a finished top - they are not sewn together, so you should be able to get a better idea of how they go together. I have patterns for braids that are paper pieced, so let me know if you need more info on them.
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    What a fun pattern! It would be a cinch to paper-piece the blocks.
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    I don't know the pattern but it sure is pretty!
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    Such a beautiful quilt! I would love to have that pattern or find out the name as well.
    I see a white square in the lower left corner and then logs built around the side and top like a log cabin.
    After that is complete, two white squares attached to each corner, flipped back and then cut to make this design.
    That is what I see and I could be wrong but I think I'm going to try a block with some scraps.
    The colors in this quilt really make this star explode. Awesome!
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    Beautiful, that is the name. Wow. Outstanding. Thanks for sharing.

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    luvestitches, It looks very doable. If you do try the block, please post your results, and perhaps a photo. I would love to see how you come out with it. Good luck.

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    I have never seen it before, but that is a super cool pattern! Did you make it? Love the colors. What about calling it an "Exploding Star"?
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    Awesome photo/quilt, love the scrappy colors.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunster View Post
    I love it! I don't know the name either, but someone on etsy was selling the blocks and the listing was called 72 French Braids (confusing because it looks like only 36 are shown in the picture). A picture of one of the blocks is shown in the listing too, and she says it's a 6" block, but you could make it larger too. Other layouts are equally interesting. http://www.etsy.com/listing/73748082...-fabric-blocks
    this person also sells on ebay and I have purchased those blocks there beautiful
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    I can understand why nativetexan is a super member! Who else could find that pattern. I would have no idea what to google!
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    I like it! Another one to add to the list of must make quilts!

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    that is very pretty and colorful, thank you for sharing
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    That is a stunning quilt, so why I sitting here instead of getting caught up so I can try to make. Thank you for posting this.

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    WOW, that looks like a really great quilt to make. Perhaps it doesn't have a name and you get to pick one!




    Quote Originally Posted by GAgal View Post
    I don't know the name of this pattern, but it is really cool!
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    It appears to be a braided quilt of some sort????
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    This is one beautiful quilt. It looks like sometjhing I would like to try. Thanks for posting.

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