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    Looking for this pattern

    I'd appreciate your help in identifying this pattern:

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    I don't know but it looks like diamond shapes all the same size. It's a pretty pattern.

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    Beautiful! no idea of name.

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    http://darlingadventures.com/?p=394 is similar made with English Paper Piecing.
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    If you don't want to deal with the y-seams it could all be done in rows with 60/60/60 triangles.

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    Tothill, are the two patterns the same? Sorry I see two different patterns using diamonds.

    i love over each pattern for different reasons. Must hunt out some fabric love hand stitching.
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    very pretty
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    It's in an old Fons and Porter magazine. My friend bought it at a quilt fabric supples swap awhile back and I told her I might have to borrow her magazine one day to make it.

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    It's called Star Flowers and in F&P March/April 2014. There is a pattern available to buy. I meant the magazine is available. There is a correction to the pattern here: http://www.fonsandporter.com/love-of...ne-corrections
    It has set in seams.
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    I would do English PP to keep the pattern accurate.
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    I imported and traced the block to EQ7 and converted it to paper piecing. I think that would be much easier. Each diamond is made with three shapes.
    Last edited by Onebyone; 12-14-2015 at 07:33 AM.
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    Found it on Pintrest -
    https://www.google.com/search?q=star...jl_MHVjAC1M%3A

    Really bright and pretty!
    http://s1248.photobucket.com/albums/hh485/KitsieH/
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    Thank you!

    Thank you SO much for your help with this! I never could have found this pattern without your help!

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    Try here. It is a banded lemoyne star. Luann
    https://www.studio180design.net/shop...lemoyne-stars/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Onebyone View Post
    It's called Star Flowers and in F&P March/April 2014. There is a pattern available to buy. I meant the magazine is available. There is a correction to the pattern here: http://www.fonsandporter.com/love-of...ne-corrections
    It has set in seams.

    I was wondering about the set in seams. Not my favorite. LOL
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    I am doing this quilt using EPP, as well. I have 1 1/2 inch 60 degree diamond mylar patis, and have divided the longer parallelogram into 2 diamonds. I cut larger diamonds with 3" sides for the spacers from shirt boxes. My quilt will be sized differently, but I didn't want to purchase larger patis, or work entirely with paper and cardboard. I love having an 'on the go' project for in the car, and for sitting in front of the tv at night.

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    This is a six pointed star. by arranging the colors right you get the white in the middle and the colors on the outside. Kay wood has a video on this and I think you would not have any Y seams. Just make each pointed section separate and join one side together then the other side and sew them together. It is a beautiful quilt.

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    I do not know, but it is very pretty.

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