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    Name of this pattern?

    Does anyone know the name of the circular pattern? The red, blue, green and white? I love it.

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    Looks like something Jinny Beyer would do . Check out her site.

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    The one on the table? looks like a double wedding ring pattern to me.

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    The one hanging on the wall is a Carpenter's Wheel. It looks like they used shades of colors to make up the individual sections, then assembled the sections into a carpenter's wheel.

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    oh, now I see it. Good call.

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    Thank you! The patterns I've looked at make sense!

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    Looking for more pictures yielded this info "Many quilters will recognize the inspiration for this design as the traditional Dutch Rose block, also called Carpenter's Wheel or Broken Star. Here, the design has been transformed to use simple blocks based on half-square triangles, rather than the usual 45 degree diamonds. A second round of "petals" completes the design, hence its name: Double Dutch Rose. " http://piecebynumber.com/doubledutchrose.htm

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    Glad you found out, but glad you had to ask, too! It's wonderful to look at!
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    That is gorgeous!
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    The quilt on the wall is a Fractured Broken Star, just finished one by Jennie Beyer.

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    This is Carpenter's Star, another variation is Broken Star, another is Rolling Star,and another name is Carpenter's Wheel. It is a wonderful pattern with sooo many possibilities. I'm currently making a HST Carpenter's Star in blues and red. Got the pattern on this quilting board site. So thank you.
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    Thanks, sewweary. The picture of Beyer's Fractured Broken Star I on saw on flicker is using the same type of pattern.

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    Taino, what is an HST Carpenter's Star? And did you purchase the pattern, or is it a free posting here?

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    Where could I get a poster of that picture? Vermeer couldn't have done it better.
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    Double wedding ring is the name of the pattern on the table, and carpenter's wheel on the wall, yes?
    Last edited by jitkaau; 01-01-2012 at 04:06 AM.

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    That is a gorgeous quilt. Glad you asked. Love link to the hst.

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    Thanks for asking about the pattern. But I absolutely love the photo. It would look great framed on my wall.
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    sewweary would like to know how i can get this fractured star patten it is so pretty. Could you tell me? went to Jinny Beyer site but could not fine it in the patterns to buy. Thanks for your help. Barbrose
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    Quote Originally Posted by barbrose View Post
    sewweary would like to know how i can get this fractured star patten it is so pretty. Could you tell me? went to Jinny Beyer site but could not fine it in the patterns to buy. Thanks for your help. Barbrose
    I'd like to know where to find it also. I want to add it to my list of to-do patterns. The colors in this example are fabulous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PTM View Post
    Taino, what is an HST Carpenter's Star? And did you purchase the pattern, or is it a free posting here?
    It's a Carpenter's Wheel where the diamond shapes are made of 2 triangles. That way you don't have to mess with Y seams. This quilt block is a traditional pattern, so there are lots of free patterns and variations all over the web. Here is one:

    http://www.quilterscache.com/C/Carpe...heelBlock.html

    I don't think it is a Jinny Beyer pattern, the earlier poster simply said it LOOKS like a Jinny Beyer pattern. I searched her website and couldn't find it either.
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    that is georgeous!!
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    Definitely a Carpenter's wheel on the wall. They used different shades of colors to make up the sections (or shaded fabric, quilted to look as if it's separate pieces). Very pretty!


    Quote Originally Posted by PTM View Post
    Does anyone know the name of the circular pattern? The red, blue, green and white? I love it.

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    All, I have no idea where the original of the picture comes from. I screen capped it from Quiltposim, Fall 2011, pp.70-71. http://viewer.zmags.com/publication/...a3#/68a938a3/1

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    The Quick LeMoyne Star pattern has a variation like the one I was looking for! http://www.jankrentz.com/free-lesson.php It's at the end of the file.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PTM View Post
    Looking for more pictures yielded this info "Many quilters will recognize the inspiration for this design as the traditional Dutch Rose block, also called Carpenter's Wheel or Broken Star. Here, the design has been transformed to use simple blocks based on half-square triangles, rather than the usual 45 degree diamonds. A second round of "petals" completes the design, hence its name: Double Dutch Rose. " http://piecebynumber.com/doubledutchrose.htm

    This site has some awesome patterns. Thanks.
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