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    looking for this pattern

    I saw this quilt and I was just wondering if anyone can tell me what pattern it might be? I've zoomed in so it would be easier to see. I hope the picture shows up. Thanks for all your help.
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    It looks very similar to Bonnie Hunter's Star-Struck pattern. Check out her free patterns and tutorials at www.quiltville.com and see if it is the same as her Star-Struck quilt listed on the right hand margin of her site.

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    the stars look like this one posted earlier today http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...e-t216244.html
    the pattern info is under the pic
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    It's just a Friendship Star and a Four Patch. It makes a nice tessellating pattern when it's not as scrappy as that one. This photo makes the pattern much clearer.
    http://www.fussycutter.com/product_i...roducts_id=784
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    Mary, I made a quilt like this years ago. I used the braid template made by EZ Quilting. The instructions sheet that came with the template had this quilt called Picket Fence Star. When I googled it, the only info I found was another post on this board.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...y-t106660.html

    The instructions I have say to place a light piece in the upper right and lower left corners of each quarter of the block. I am attaching a pic of my quilt. See if that helps you
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    I just love that pattern.

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    No four patches in here. If you look at the top block, you can see the quarter block is made up of three strips. Each strip is two different fabrics with the diagonal seam in the middle. What you put in opposite corners is what will form the star.
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    it can be cut pretty fast using the chisel die and the GO.
    http://ozarkcastle.blogspot.com/

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    It's Stars and Ribbons by Nancy Halvorsen. I'm working on one now.
    http://shop.arttoheart.com/product.sc?productId=96
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    Here's a sample block (not sewn yet).
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    Love your quilt. Looks like the same pattern to me.
    Thanks so much
    Mary

    Quote Originally Posted by alikigirl View Post
    Mary, I made a quilt like this years ago. I used the braid template made by EZ Quilting. The instructions sheet that came with the template had this quilt called Picket Fence Star. When I googled it, the only info I found was another post on this board.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/picture...y-t106660.html

    The instructions I have say to place a light piece in the upper right and lower left corners of each quarter of the block. I am attaching a pic of my quilt. See if that helps you
    Georgia

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    Very nice pattern, looks like a great one for scraps!
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    And here is another version. Been trying to trace it with no luck. Does not look like Bonnie Hunters Star Struck. I was able to 'break down the square' to figure it out. Four blocks of three 2 1/2" strips sewn together. Each 3 strip block is twisted to form the pinwheel. Have seen this several times in different colorings.



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    I have made this pattern. Lots of fun.
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    Stars and ribbons, also I think very similar to Rail Fence friendship stars, I love the patterns! wonderful job!

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    I do not know the source of these photos, but found them in my files. The quilter was nice enough to include the measurements of the pieces. It would be a very nice scrappy!
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