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Thread: Looking for Pattern Christmas Ribbon

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    Quote Originally Posted by OurWorkbench View Post
    Maybe https://www.quiltingcompany.com/stor...igital-pattern

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    Janey, you are so talented at finding things. I'm envious.

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    Way to go! Glad you were able to find the picture and Janey found the pattern! I think the quilt is cool.
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    Lovely quilt & so glad you were able to find the picture & pattern. Thanks to all the detective work!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Watson View Post
    I am looking for a pattern for a quilt that I saw and now I can't find it again, even to link to it.
    The entire quilt was mostly blank space but had a Christmas bow and ribbon tails on it that had a shadow around the edge. It didn't look appliques, it looked pieced.

    Any ideas?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebbieJJ View Post
    Janey, thank you for finding that pattern...... I just bought it, and it is on sale today!
    DebbieJJ - glad I could find it.

    Is the pattern actually square? or is it actually six-sided? I saw one image laid out and it looks like the quilt isn't actually square.

    bkay - I'm just persistent (and with this one, I was lucky). Interestingly, google doesn't show the link when I used the search term --

    site:quiltingcompany.com "The Gift "

    but then I tried bing.com and it is the second result.

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    I have seen pieced wall hangings of wreaths similar to what you described, but I am not sure if that's what you have in mind. It really sounded more like you wanted a full sized quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OurWorkbench View Post
    DebbieJJ - glad I could find it.

    Is the pattern actually square? or is it actually six-sided? I saw one image laid out and it looks like the quilt isn't actually square.

    Janey - Neat people never make the exciting discoveries I do.
    Janey, the directions say that it will make a quilt that is 72" x 72" and it has a darker shadow-looking fabric on two sides, so that may be why it doesn't look square. Wherever you saw the 6-sided quilt, the maker must have done their "own thing" to it. I'll bet it was pretty!
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    Quote Originally Posted by DebbieJJ View Post
    Janey, the directions say that it will make a quilt that is 72" x 72" and it has a darker shadow-looking fabric on two sides, so that may be why it doesn't look square. Wherever you saw the 6-sided quilt, the maker must have done their "own thing" to it. I'll bet it was pretty!
    I finally found it again at https://www.pinterest.com/pin/402227810471136435/ I had to click on the image to see all of the quilt. if you look at the lower left corner and maybe upper right corner, it appears not to be square. I usually don't "do" pinterest and I don't know how to navigate to find out where that original image came from.

    Also, the link Watson gave https://www.facebook.com/McCallsQuil...type=3&theater the lower left corner doesn't look square, nor does it look like it has been folded under.

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    Janey, you are right, I hadn't noticed it, but the directions say to trim the bottom left edge and the top right edge of the "shadow" fabric to give it that look. I would say that is optional, and I might not do it. My day yesterday was full of appts. and a birthday lunch for my DH, so I didn't pay much attention to that part of the pattern then or this morning, I was just looking at the picture but didn't notice the two corners. I'm sorry.
    But all of that to say this....I like the look of the corners after I noticed them!
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    Thank you for confirming.

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    Tuckyquilter, that is one neat quilt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by OurWorkbench View Post
    Maybe https://www.quiltingcompany.com/stor...igital-pattern

    Janey - Neat people never make the exciting discoveries I do.
    Thank you for posting the link. I just bought the pattern. Really intriguing!

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    I bought it too... It's a neat looking quilt! I wonder how many patterns they sold today?
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    Oh, they cut the corner like it was a ribbon.
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