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    Junior Member HELLuvvANGEL's Avatar
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    .... that i have cut out most of the fabric. It was called Garden Twist. A " friend" ( no longer) let me see a book she had but wouldnt let me copy her book. I manage to get alot of the pieces cut one by one when she allowed me to see her book. No i cant remember the name andwhen i googlfd nothing pulls up under Garden Twist, It was so beautiful. It looked like lattice covered with flowers. It only used 3 fabrics. If anyone has suggestions or can point me in the right direction i would so greatly appreciate it!!!!

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    Hi---try this site....book sounds really reasonable....when you google, add term quilt.
    I found under garden twist quilt....

    http://www.createforless.com/In+the+...utm_medium=cse

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    I found this one for you...its beautiful

    http://www.shabbyfabrics.com/store/p...n+twist+quilts

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    Try Keepsake Quilting, it sounds like a pattern I have seen there.

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    right now, EBAY has the pattern with a bid of less than $3...! again put in garden twist quilt in the search.

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    I'm just sticking my nose in here..... this is why I LOVE this board!! Everyone is SO helpful!! :D :D :D

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    after weeks od searching OH MY GOODNESS , I cant thank you ladies enough!!!!! Its so pretty ohh im so excited wooo weee......... Kissis n huggys
    ohh how i love how this site and how wonderfull all the quilters are!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by erstan947
    Thats exactly it!!! Thank you , even better its free. I have a friend who will print it out for me. As I need a new printer. I went to ebay to bid on the pattern but after $10 i was still outbid. Now i have it free. Im on disability so free patterns are a must. Cuz then i can spend the money on fabric hehe.
    ERSTAN.... big ole hug to you!!

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    I am looking for the cupcake pin cushion pattern .I would appreicate any help on finding it, thanks

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    HERE ARE A COUPLE



    http://old.burdastyle.com/howtos/show/1692

    http://www.stamps-and-stitches.com/2...-tutorial.html

    a friend made me one, using the little silicone cupcake holders. (Basically, it''s like the pincushion in a teacup pattern, with a little button on top for a cherry and felt icing.

    One more site with oodles of pincushion patterns: http://tipnut.com/22-free-pincushion-patterns/

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    http://www.inthebeginningfabrics.com...wistinsert.pdf
    Is this the one. It is a free pdf download.

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    Hi, I am Sandi and new to this message board. I am look for an Amish pattern book that has the Star Spin pattern. Can anyone help me out. Thanks

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    One more cupcake pincushion (and there are some darling crocheted ones if you google).... but this one is made from a detergent lid and is cute:

    http://inspirationaltechniquesandtut...incushion.html

    (My English teacher would have made me diagram that first sentence and I don't think I could have done so!)

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    Thanks for that link ERStan, very pretty and thanks to Helluvvangel for asking for it :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fayelh
    http://www.inthebeginningfabrics.com...wistinsert.pdf
    Is this the one. It is a free pdf download.
    Thank you I just printed that pattern off

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    It is so great to get a free pattern. Thanks for asking about this pattern HELLuvvANGEL and thank you Fayelh for finding a PDF for this pattern.

    I just love this board

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    Quote Originally Posted by marymm
    HERE ARE A COUPLE



    http://old.burdastyle.com/howtos/show/1692

    http://www.stamps-and-stitches.com/2...-tutorial.html

    a friend made me one, using the little silicone cupcake holders. (Basically, it''s like the pincushion in a teacup pattern, with a little button on top for a cherry and felt icing.

    One more site with oodles of pincushion patterns: http://tipnut.com/22-free-pincushion-patterns/
    hey-that 2nd one is my site! lol. How did you find that? Google? That pincushion really did not turn out like I pictured it-I should do a new one.

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    Oh, lucky you. I'm happy for you. You have a wealth of nice friends here.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sandi Furtado
    Hi, I am Sandi and new to this message board. I am look for an Amish pattern book that has the Star Spin pattern. Can anyone help me out. Thanks
    I found these for ya Sandi i sure hope it helps and welcome to the board!!!


    http://www.quiltsandquilts.com/browse.cfm/star-spin/4,30.html


    http://quiltingbookspatternsandnotio...on%20Treasures

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    thank -you I wanted to make some into xmas ornaments for my sewing friends :thumbup:

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    thanks! I want to make some into xmas ornaments and want to start a collection of different pin cushions for my sewing room- figured it would be a reasonable to make and nice to put on my shelves, so I'm hoping to do a bunch of different ones. :mrgreen:

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    http://www.reocities.com/quiltfrenzy...enzyindex.html
    Try this one. It has free directions.

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    Odd how the same pattern is free from the fabric manufacture and cost $10 packaged with a new name. It's the same pattern. I have yet not found how to make any quilt pattern for free online. It takes some searching but I find it.

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    I am familiar with the pattern. I don't have it however. I know it is still out there so good luck.

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