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Thread: Looking and searching for a pattern...PLEASE HELP!

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    Looking and searching for a pattern...PLEASE HELP!

    Hi....I am looking for this pattern so that my friend can make this quilt for my daughters birthday....I have looked every where for this pattern...and since I am new to this,. I figured that I would come to the experts!
    I found this on someone's facebook page ( they had taken the picture at a craft show) so I dont know who designed it or anything.....but Im desperate!!
    Someone at a quilt shop told me it looked like Turning Twenty....but I have not been able to find it. I see that Turning Twenty is very similar...but I have not found this one....
    sooooo...any suggestions on how I can find this pattern??
    I would greatly appreciate it!
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    I m sorry I don;t know what the pattern is, but I do know it's not a turning twenty. I made one of those. Im sure someone on the QB will be able to tell you. Good Luck!

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    Thank you Jackie!

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    Why not get out some graph paper and colored pencils and draw it? You could figure it out!

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    HA! Hopetoquilt I wish it was that easy....Im not the one making it....and the person making the quilt for me wanted a pattern..I guess that means she cant just wing it with some pencils...I wish I could figure it out!
    Although at this point...I am putting in so much effort...It makes me want to quilt it myself!

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    Is it turning twenty around the block? I have not made it but have seen friends

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    Sorry. Wish I could help more.

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    The Pattern is "Perfect Ten" by www.swirlygirlsdesign.com

    Makes a 60" x 72" quilt. Instructions call for enough pieces to be cut out to make almost 2 quilts. I only had to cut a few extra pieces to complete a second quilt top.

    I have attached the one I completed (quilted).Name:  quilt 2 (2).jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by curioustexgal View Post
    HA! Hopetoquilt I wish it was that easy....Im not the one making it....and the person making the quilt for me wanted a pattern..I guess that means she cant just wing it with some pencils...I wish I could figure it out!
    Although at this point...I am putting in so much effort...It makes me want to quilt it myself!
    Either one of you can copy the pieces to graph paper. Just do it. You've got the picture right in front of you.
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    Love that quilt. Went to the site but couldn't get to where I could order it? I'll have to keep on searching. Thanks for posting!

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    try this website www.quiltingbookspatternsandnotions.com , I have ordered most of my Swirly Girls patterns from them.

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    Thank you craftygal! I found it today...your right it is a perfect ten! Thank you!! And yours is beautiful! My daughter wants hers in Pink, black, and zebra....LOL

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    Check out keepsake quilting.com. The pattern is in their latest catalog.

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    thank you ladies....auquilter...Im sorry I just now saw your message! dont know why it didnt show up earlier!?

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    Go to www.quiltshops.com, in the search field type Perfect Ten and click on thumbnails, several shops selling the pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilt-T View Post
    Love that quilt. Went to the site but couldn't get to where I could order it? I'll have to keep on searching. Thanks for posting!
    I went to her site and in the section on patterns, it is called "Perfect Ten" and at the bottom you click on "where to buy" and it gives you quilt shops that carry her pattern (that I didn't check out) You guys are so helpful to identify the names of patterns!
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    http://www.swirlygirlsdesign.com/where-to-buy/
    Gives a list of retail shops or I am sure there is a phone number. Also tells how much material you have to have if you click on patter on page before.

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    If you go to the bottom of the page there is a heading that says where to buy. There are several shops listed and also the distributors.

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    If you Google "Perfect Ten" by Swirly Girls, there are multiple places where you can order it. Good Luck!
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    I found your pattern at Cotton Patch Quilt Shop. If you go to the very bottom of the page showing the patterns on Swirly Girls Design, you'll see "Where to Buy". Click on that link and it will bring up a list of online quilt shops that carry this pattern. The first in the list is Cotton Patch Quilt Shop so I clicked on it, went through their patterns and there it was. Hope you can find it too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilt-T View Post
    Love that quilt. Went to the site but couldn't get to where I could order it? I'll have to keep on searching. Thanks for posting!
    Look at website: www.thevirginiaquilter.com. You will find the pattern there as well.

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    Is this a Perfect Ten?

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    Hi everyone! This is my quilt! I was flipping through Pinterest this morning and ran across the picture. It is the Swirly Girl Big 10 and I used Robert Kaufman's Heart Garden fabric. It is big enough to fit a full size bed plus some. Love this pattern and it sewed up pretty quick. Attachment 409948

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