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Thread: Name this quilt pattern

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    Junior Member angelahen's Avatar
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    Hi
    I know you will be able to tell me what this pattern is, Also any idea where I will find a pattern. Don't ask for much do i!

    Thank you xxx
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    Sorry I can't help you. Love the quilt though. Someone will certainly know before long!

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    I dunno know either, but it is very nice.

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    Don't know what pattern it is but it looks like simple half square triangles and 4 patches. Look row by row and you'll see it.

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    variation of churn dash

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    It looks a bit like Arkansas Crossroads...
    with a variation. lots of 2" squares..
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    I agree with Peckish. It looks like a scrappy Jacob's ladder.

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    Don't know but it's yummy.

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    I was thinking jewel box but I agree it is the Jacob's ladder patttern. IMHO '-)

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    I agree with Jacob's ladder. The white and then the dark coners make it very interesting and different.

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    Quote Originally Posted by angelahen
    Hi
    I know you will be able to tell me what this pattern is, Also any idea where I will find a pattern. Don't ask for much do i!

    Thank you xxx
    drag out some graph paper and copy it.

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    i see hst's with the white and colors. then a block in between with a four patch in center, corner stones and white on all sides. easy enough but no name of pattern, sorry.

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    Beautiful.

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    I know I have seen a block like that - it reminds me of flying animals - like bird, or a bat. I think I have that fabric - I will try to find the pattern that I think this is. Its very cute.

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    This is not quite a Jacob's Ladder. Search on the name to see examples. Mine is posted here: http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-133646-1.htm

    Jacob's Ladder is a 9-patch with 4-patches on the corners and center and HSTs on the center of each edge. This quilt only has 3 4-patches and has 6 HSTs.

    Darren

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    Okay, call it a Jacob's Ladder variation, then. :) It's close enough that she can use that pattern and easily make a change.

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    Love this quilt!

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    freindship quilt

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