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    It's amazing. I have seen a picture several times of this one Wreath pattern done in Christmas colors, and thought I would be able to find it again easily.
    But I have looked and looked, on this Board, and on my computer, at the various online fabric/quilting shops, and I just can't find it anywhere.
    I'm hoping someone here will be able to find it.

    The problem is, I'm not sure how to describe it.
    I believe it is a table topper or wall hanging rather than a full size quilt.
    It is pieced, patchwork.
    It is not a log cabin.
    It is not appliqué.
    It has no HST that I can remember seeing.

    I know I'm asking a lot, but could you guys post here any pictures you think might fit this description?
    And I'll keep looking.

    I really want to make this little quilt.
    Now that I can't find it any more.
    :oops: :oops: :roll: :roll: :shock: :cry: :cry: :!:

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    I think I know the link, let me post it so you can look at it

    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-65306-1.htm

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    http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-74576-1.htm
    I this it? The twister wreath?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PegD
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    I this it? The twister wreath?
    That is one cool wreath!

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    You guys are so quick, and so good!

    No, it is not the Twister pattern.
    It might be more of a sort of jelly roll friendly quilt I'm thinking, I'm not sure, but it is made of narrow strips not squares.
    I'll keep looking. And thanks so much, I hope someone thinks of it!

    I'm looking back through all my emails too just in case, but I know for sure I've seen it on here.

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    Could you be thinking of Ann Lauer's "Wreath for All Seasons" pattern? (I've seen it but don't own it.) Check it out at .

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilting cat
    Could you be thinking of Ann Lauer's "Wreath for All Seasons" pattern? (I've seen it but don't own it.) Check it out at .
    Thanks quilting cat, but No, it is not appliqué.
    I'm going through my magazines now, I'm just on a Mission now!!
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    Could it be this one? PM me for info if it is. This is a picture of the pattern but I have made it and its really cute.

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    OH KITSIE! You found it just before I tried to post!
    Thanks so much.

    Yes that is it.

    Will pm you.

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    For anyone else, here's the link!:
    https://www.quiltandsewshop.com/prod...maker-patterns One member who I sent a mere scrap of fabric to sent to me a little felt Santa that fits perfectly in the center!

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    Thank you for the link.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsie
    Could it be this one? PM me for info if it is. This is a picture of the pattern but I have made it and its really cute.
    You win the Sherlock Holmes prize of the day - great mystery solving skills!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mommamac
    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsie
    Could it be this one? PM me for info if it is. This is a picture of the pattern but I have made it and its really cute.
    You win the Sherlock Holmes prize of the day - great mystery solving skills!
    Just happened to be total co-inkydink that I layered it yesterday after having it hanging around since spring! I'd never really have though of it if it was still in the drawer!

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    That is really cute.

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    I like the center ideas I am hearing for these wreaths! I have a magic pinwheel one ready to put on my quilt frame & keep thinking about how to add a little decor around it, like the center & the background. The Santa in the middle sounds neat & I like the center in the photo of the post just before mine here. Nice work everyone!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kitsie
    For anyone else, here's the link!:
    https://www.quiltandsewshop.com/prod...maker-patterns One member who I sent a mere scrap of fabric to sent to me a little felt Santa that fits perfectly in the center!
    Thanks for the link Kitsie, now I know where to get this pattern. I have a roll of FQs that is perfect for this I think.

    The picture makes the fabics look sort of blue-reddish, but they are pretty, true red green and whites.
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    Your fabrics are gorgeous! I think the thing is the variety of greens. Its a great way to use up some stash. Silly me thought that a lot of Xmas fabrics would be on sale in January. HA! "THEY" put them away till next year!

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    Say, can you look on the pattern and see who the designer is, just out of curiosity?

    I'll have to go thru my green stash and see what will go with.
    When this is done I think it will be one of my favorites.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tooMuchFabric
    You guys are so quick, and so good!

    No, it is not the Twister pattern.
    It might be more of a sort of jelly roll friendly quilt I'm thinking, I'm not sure, but it is made of narrow strips not squares.
    I'll keep looking. And thanks so much, I hope someone thinks of it!

    I'm looking back through all my emails too just in case, but I know for sure I've seen it on here.

    .
    I'll draw out the pattern for my table cloth wreath. Showing the picture won't show you the pattern. Basically, it's a white centered snowball block, the corners are a green/red pointsetta. On each side of the snowball is a rectangle as long as the snowball but half as wide (red/green). Then the corners are triangle squares in the r/g with white. Then a white border, then a double r/g hem

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    Quote Originally Posted by tooMuchFabric
    Say, can you look on the pattern and see who the designer is, just out of curiosity?

    I'll have to go thru my green stash and see what will go with.
    When this is done I think it will be one of my favorites.
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    It says: Designed by Cindi Wilson of Montello, Wi. It was first published about 10 1/2 yrs ago in the Quiltmaker mag.

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    I see where this pattern is from Quiltmaker magazine. Was the pattern in the magazine? Or did you have to order the pattern?

    OH! You already mentioned that before I looked! Thanks.

    I found a version of this quilt done in red/white/blue to commemorate 9/11, and it says the pattern was published in "Quiltmaker 74-76." Book is "America from the heart: Quilters Remember September 11, 2001" By Karey Bresenhan and link is at
    http://books.google.com/books?id=w4a...page&q&f=false
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    I know you found the one you were looking for, but, I have a really cute one using the dresden plate for your wreath..I belive the pattern is in E.Burns' Egg Money Quilts book.

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    Thanks, I love the Dresden plates too!


    Quote Originally Posted by quilterella
    I know you found the one you were looking for, but, I have a really cute one using the dresden plate for your wreath..I belive the pattern is in E.Burns' Egg Money Quilts book.

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