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    Quote Originally Posted by justwannaquilt
    Here is the orginal post feat. this picture. If you read the thread you'll get ALL the info you need!

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-38465-1.htm
    Thank you for that link.
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    It just hit me, how easy we could machine or hand quilt each block before we put them together. I think I would like to do a spoke pattern on the colored part of the blocks to start with. Another project to begin.
    Robin in TX.

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    I would love to have a copy

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    I was wondering if you could sew a thin batting in the circle and then turn it...and then go from there?

    doing it like it showed on the tutorial, without batting.. would it be thick enough for a quilt with just using 2 pieces of fabric sewed together?

    I know that the folds would be thicker but the center of the circle would still be just 2 pieces of fabric.
    What do you think on this? batting or no batting?Thanks :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltlady1941
    I was wondering if you could sew a thin batting in the circle and then turn it...and then go from there?

    doing it like it showed on the tutorial, without batting.. would it be thick enough for a quilt with just using 2 pieces of fabric sewed together?

    I know that the folds would be thicker but the center of the circle would still be just 2 pieces of fabric.
    What do you think on this? batting or no batting?Thanks :)
    I would use batting, otherwise it would still be like making a regular quilt with no batting, still 2 layers of fabric. pretty thin! and thanks to those who posted the links of the original post where I copied the pic from, I knew it was on here somewhere but couldn't even find it in the search.
    Thanks!

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    In the bag I made i did use a thin batting and I did a spoke wheel quilting pattern. It is great to qulit as you can quilt just one shape at a time, hand or machine, then sew them together later (by hand) which is what makes it so portable. Can't wait to see your results.

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    Hi! Just saw your picture of the quilt you want to do - listed in issue 82 of Quilting Today magazine. Could you please give the name of the pattern? I am so interested in doing this also - I have loads of batik scraps and think this would be beautiful. Is it possible to find out the date of this issue of magazine. Don't get this one, but perhaps friends do or someone else may have the pattern. Thanks so much - I know your quilt will be beautiful.. slimfeather

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    Slimfeather- Justwannaquilt posted a link to a tutorial for this quilt on May 29. This is the link:

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-38465-1.htm

    I am hoping to make this one, also.

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    This is A older post but I love this quilt. If anyone has found the pattern would you please tell me where. I would love make one in christmas fabric

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    [QUOTE=Carol Jean;3362605]This post is for the person who was looking for pg. 222, Victory Quilts. If you haven't found it. Just email me and I will send you the instructions. There was a misprint in the book & it was corrected. Many quilting magazines are updated with corrections also. Hope this helps.[/QUOT



    do you still have the instructions ?
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    I believe it was called "Almost a Cathedral Window". I can't remember who posted it, but the pattern came from the Quiling Today magazine, Issue 82 (which is out of print, unfortunately). The original quilt was made (1988?) at a class the person had taken, and was looking for a name of the pattern; no one knew what it was, so they called it Almost Cathedral Windows. The original one had been done all in blues, but this lends itself sooo nicely for scraps. When this was posted about a year ago, I looked for the pattern, also, and did not have any luck locating the magazine itself, but someone from the board sent me a photocopy of the article, so I was able to get the pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nanac View Post
    I believe it was called "Almost a Cathedral Window". I can't remember who posted it, but the pattern came from the Quiling Today magazine, Issue 82 (which is out of print, unfortunately). The original quilt was made (1988?) at a class the person had taken, and was looking for a name of the pattern; no one knew what it was, so they called it Almost Cathedral Windows. The original one had been done all in blues, but this lends itself sooo nicely for scraps. When this was posted about a year ago, I looked for the pattern, also, and did not have any luck locating the magazine itself, but someone from the board sent me a photocopy of the article, so I was able to get the pattern.

    I also have this pattern. I would like to sew this by machine but not sure hoe to put it together. I'am now making
    the circle one by Fons & Porter called Peek a Boo. Do you know if the Moe-Moe pattern can be put together by machine?
    Carmanmarie

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    Quote Originally Posted by crazyrvquilter View Post
    Slimfeather- Justwannaquilt posted a link to a tutorial for this quilt on May 29. This is the link:

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-38465-1.htm


    I am hoping to make this one, also.
    look on page 9 and 10 of this thread for template and instructions.
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    I am wondering if anyone got the pattern to this quilt

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    I am late to the party, so to speak, but I would love a copy of this pattern with instructions. I have seen request after request in this thread and a couple of others but not sure anyone actually offered the pattern. I am not very good at making my own templates and figuring out sizes (duh) so I am hoping someone out there has the pattern and is willing to share it. Please let me know. Thanks!

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    jrhboxers found this pattern after a lot of research in an article from 1995 on travel and this pattern was included in the long article. I thought I would pull the pattern out the article for those of you who are interested in it.
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    Missouri Star Quilt Company has or had a template for it with instructions. I've made a couple, very cute. I think it called "Magic " something, sorry to not be more helpful.
    groovey

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    Do you have the pattern for star window quilt? I started this quilt many years ago and can't find my pattern. I sort of remember how it was done but do not have the template or sizes. Any help you can give me would be appreciated

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    Did you ever find the pattern for the star window quilt. I can't seem to find the magazine it was in back in 2001. If so would you share it with me?

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    It is from a magazine and it was called Almost a Cathedral Window. I have also seen it listed as MoMoe's Stars. I have the pattern, printed off the net, but don't remember the website.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grandma cherry View Post
    Did you ever find the pattern for the star window quilt. I can't seem to find the magazine it was in back in 2001. If so would you share it with me?
    Check out post #91 above.

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    thanks for the pattern I am going to do my hand too.

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    Love this quilt!

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