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Thread: Looking for pattern

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    Hi All, first wanted to thank the ladies for the info on Harbor Freight with the blades and the info for the paper at Family Dollar, sure saved me a lot.
    There was a pattern shown last week (I can't find it now) of a blue quilt that had shadow boxes from the middle of the quilt out to the edges. I would love to have it if someone can tell me where to get it.
    Thanks, this is a great group!
    Ann

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    I thought I bookmarked it but I didn't. I remember the one you're talking about I think.

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    Welcome from Oklahoma!

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    Thanks, visited OK City a couple of years ago to see a friend that just moved there, nice state.

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    I think you are looking for a pattern called Ice Crystals, designer Betty Alderman. I was told it was in the American Patchwork & Quilting calender, Jan. 2005. I am also looking for it. If you find it PLEASE let me know.

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    Welcome to the board from Eastern Canada.

    There is one called Fractured Crystal posted by franie.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-42969-1.htm

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    Welcome to the board from Southern California!!

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    beautiful quilt!

    The one I am looking for is more of a 3-D shadow box type.

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    The person that posted the picture of the quilt I think you are looking for is Path50. I do not know how to tell you to look up the post.

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    Quote Originally Posted by M.E.H.
    The person that posted the picture of the quilt I think you are looking for is Path50. I do not know how to tell you to look up the post.
    Thanks M.E.H.

    Here you are,kona.

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-63255-1.htm

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    Here's another possibility, altho it was a few weeks ago. Take a look at the pattern "Thinking Outside the Block" at www.toadusew.com which is very 3-dimensional.

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    What about paper at Family Dollar?

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    You can get a pad of paper 60 sheets for $1 and use it for paper piecing, it works really well. Goes through the printer fine....

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    Mrs. Fitz, I did look at the pattern you suggested and it is almost the same that I saw. Thanks so much for the info, will be sending for the pattern.

    Ann (Kona)

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