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Thread: Name of this quilt pattern????

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    Super Member QweenBee's Avatar
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    This quilt was pictured in the 60 days of summer on the Martha Stewart website. I was wondering does anyone know the name of this pattern?? Wow it is cute! Any help will work!!

    http://www.marthastewart.com/photoga...colors#slide_3

    Thanks...For looking, and or offering any advise, HAVE A GREAT DAY! :)
    Qweenbee~Beth Anne :-D

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    The closest pattern I can think of is Hearts & Gizzards but it isn't that one. Hard to tell.
    Beautiful isn't it?? I love her style!!
    I always wanted my house to look like any of her stuff. A "Martha" house but with me as the owner LOL Gorgeous colors. :D:D

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    Hearts and Gizzards, Dutch Rose, Dutch Windmill, Borrow and Lend, several more names, it is a very old pattern.

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    Thanks, I'll look for that! I love her ideas too!

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    Thank you, I'll look. Some of these names I have never heard of, that is why I ask others for help! Thanks Again!! :thumbup:

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    Beautiful quilt.

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    Dutch Rose, from Nancy Cabot, the Kansas City Star.

    Hearts and Gizzards, Old Patchwork Quilts and the Women Who Made Them

    Springtime Blossoms, The Romance of the Patchwork Quilt in America, Page 74, No. 11

    Also Lazy Daisy and Wheel of Fortune, The Standard Book of Quilt Making and Collecting.

    I've been doing this a long time, have some books you don't see everyday.

    Good luck finding a pattern for it, I draft my own. The names are attached to geometric patterns, like Carpenters Square and Windmill

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    Reminds me a little of the quilt I'm working on called baby talk. I am not sure how to do a link but if you do a search on June 14 titled My Brain can't think of a thing, I have some photos. I think it is kinda kalidoscope

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    Here is a pattern similar from Kaye.

    http://www.kayewood.com/item/Pinwhee...ts_Pattern/243

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    Here's a link to a free 16" block Hearts & Gizzards.

    http://thegoldenthimble.com/specialrequests.html

    It is really cute, and really very very close to what you are looking for.

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    Thinking of piecing this one in pink and white.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sueisallaboutquilts
    The closest pattern I can think of is Hearts & Gizzards but it isn't that one. Hard to tell.
    Beautiful isn't it?? I love her style!!
    I always wanted my house to look like any of her stuff. A "Martha" house but with me as the owner LOL Gorgeous colors. :D:D
    Susan, I have a Martha house, except more ecclectic. Martha and I share the same birthday, Aug 3. My friends that love me call me by my name, but those that don't call me Martha. I am proud. ;)

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    yep hearts and gizzards.

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    Lover's Knot (Clara Stone, Practical Needlework, ca. 1906), Hearts & Gizzards, Pierrot's Pom Pom (Ruth Finley, 1929), The Petal Quilt (Kansas City Star, 1929), and tons of other names. There was a similar block called Hearts & Gizzards in the Ladies Art Company catalog of 1897 (#125). The LAC's Hearts & Gizzards has only one indentation in the quarter-circle rather than three, so when the quarter-blocks go together, they don't look like hearts the way Lover's Knot does. Lover's Knot is also called Dutch Rose (Nancy Cabot, 1934), Dutch Windmill, Lazy Daisy, Springtime Blossoms, and a whole mess of other names.

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    In that post above, I wrote "The LAC's Hearts & Gizzards has only one indentation in the quarter-circle rather than three..."

    That should be rather than TWO. Sorry....%}

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