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    The link I had is no longer available.[
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    Wow is right, love that, I think maybe I have seen that pattern in connecting threads or keepsake quilting.

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    Thinking out side the box. still on my wish list. think it is a beautiful quilt. joyce j

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    Very pretty quilt. He has good taste.

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    Does anyone know what this pattern is called??

    I give up. I have a pattern I would like to post and can see nowhere to start a new thread. So, I guess I'll post it here, if I can.

    I saw this quilt on a blog (I thought it was here, but I can't find the archives for this thread) and would live very much to make it. Help!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    THIS IS IT...go to the link and you will find that exact picture of the quilt....another on my hoping to do list ...TYVM...lol

    AND I already have a family of 17 fabrics for it...been waiting for a pattern to jump out at me for those fabrics
    Did you looks at their other patterns? I'm really impressed with their website. What an awsome collection they have...and I never buy patterns.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sandygoshorn View Post
    I give up. I have a pattern I would like to post and can see nowhere to start a new thread. So, I guess I'll post it here, if I can.

    I saw this quilt on a blog (I thought it was here, but I can't find the archives for this thread) and would live very much to make it. Help!!
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    Hi Sandy. That pattern is called Mexican Star. It's by Annette Ornelas for Southwind Designs. http://www.quiltscapesquilting.com/patterns.php (scroll down, it's almost to the bottom)
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostrider View Post
    Hi Sandy. That pattern is called Mexican Star. It's by Annette Ornelas for Southwind Designs. http://www.quiltscapesquilting.com/patterns.php (scroll down, it's almost to the bottom)
    I've made this pattern. It's about an confident beginner-intermediate pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim View Post
    THIS IS IT...go to the link and you will find that exact picture of the quilt....another on my hoping to do list ...TYVM...lol

    AND I already have a family of 17 fabrics for it...been waiting for a pattern to jump out at me for those fabrics
    It is a great quilt. It's on their link and also etsy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by candi View Post
    I believe the pattern is called "Thinking outside the block".
    http://www.ericas.com/quilting/patterns/29420b.jpg
    This is also what I was thinking. Beautiful quilt!
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostrider View Post
    That actual photo is a pattern called 'Free Your Scraps' from Quilt-Addicts in Australia, available as a pattern or kit.
    http://www.quilt-addicts.com/free-your-scraps.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostrider View Post
    That actual photo is a pattern called 'Free Your Scraps' from Quilt-Addicts in Australia, available as a pattern or kit.
    http://www.quilt-addicts.com/free-your-scraps.htm

    so basically this quilt is essentially the same as 'thinking outside the box' but with a different name and fabrics.
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    Is there a trick or method to pressing your seams to be able to "nestle" the seams when connecting the blocks so that your seams match up nicely? I can't figure out how I would sew each block and then connect them and be able to have opposing seams so that I can match them?? I like a pattern to include pressing instructions that that the seams go together correctly and I've noticed about 50 to 75% of patterns do not include this information.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sandygoshorn View Post
    I give up. I have a pattern I would like to post and can see nowhere to start a new thread. So, I guess I'll post it here, if I can.

    I saw this quilt on a blog (I thought it was here, but I can't find the archives for this thread) and would live very much to make it. Help!!
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    That is the Mexican Star Quilt pattern.
    Got fabric?

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    Got fabric?

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    It is called thinking outside the box.

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    True, "Free Your scraps" (http://img0.etsystatic.com/il_fullxfull.322259496.jpg and "Thinking Outside the Block" (http://www.toadusew.com/store/media/...t/otb-dock.jpg) are basically the same, but I think the block sizes may be different. The first is from an Australia designer and the second one is a US designer.

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    It is really a cool looking quilt! Please show us your finished product. Don't you just love it when kids and grandkids ask for something special. It makes me feel like they appreciate what I do!

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    Thanks so much for sharing!

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    Quote Originally Posted by AngelinaMaria View Post
    Is there a trick or method to pressing your seams to be able to "nestle" the seams when connecting the blocks so that your seams match up nicely? I can't figure out how I would sew each block and then connect them and be able to have opposing seams so that I can match them?? I like a pattern to include pressing instructions that that the seams go together correctly and I've noticed about 50 to 75% of patterns do not include this information.
    the way i accomplish nesting of seams is by ironing the seams to let's say row 1 one direction and ironing the seams to row 2 the other direction. the seams butt right up to one another and you can get "perfect" matching connections.
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    I think it's actually on this board from jan. 2011. I googled "quilting outside the block quilt pattern" and the first choice pointed me to a thread jan. 2011 and the lady called her's "quarter log cabin", but it's IT!

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    The pattern is called Thinking Outside the Block and it is put out by toadusew. Order number is #TCC00306

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    Thank you EVERYONE, for the help with this pattern.... Well actually BOTH patterns. The original one and then the one I posted. Now I have two quilts to make.... I hope I live long enough to finish all the ones I want to do....

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