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Thread: pattern name?

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    pattern name?

    looking for the name of this pattern, tia
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    I don't know the name but I like it! Beautiful

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    pretty, sorry l don't know.....
    Did you make the quilt?

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    I don't blame you. It's beautiful! Wow what a quilt. I want to make it too.

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    I will be following this thread to see if anyone knows, I want to make it too. It is beautiful.
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    dont know but sure would like one ,for me. beautiful joyce j

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    what a beautiful quilt! sorry, don't know the name
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    It's beautiful.

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    It's beautiful but I've never seen that pattern before. Sorry.

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    That is beautiful I would love to know it's name also. I will track this to see if anyone knows of it. Good luck.

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    The shapes remind me of the Clamshell pattern. The Clamshell pattern has solid pieces though without the segments? I think it may be an original adaptation?

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    Looks sort of like a fan quilt...but all the pieces are not the same shape...I hope you can find the pattern!

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    Looks like a variation of a clam shell. The shells just aren't stacked on top of each other.
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    Don't know the name but if you find out and where we can purchase let me know.

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    That is one beautiful quilt. No wonder everyone loves it. I do too.

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    It reminds me of a gingko leaf, but they are a solid color and kind of ruffled along the top edge.

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    I hope someone knows. It sure is beautiful.

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    Sorry I don't know either. Just wanted to say how beautiful the quilt is!
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    Wow, I would definitely call it an original pieced clam shell. Where did you find this picture?

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    The quilt itself is a mass produced commercial quilt sold all over the country through specialty retail outlets like the one linked below. I doubt that it is US made although it is US distributed. The company is Ko & Co., Inc. dba Elegant Decor of Norcross, GA.
    https://www.blackmountainquilts.net/...crest-Red.html
    http://elegantdecor.biz/

    They are not very likely to share the pattern details, imho. Does anyone else find it odd that they promote the quilt on the wrong size bed?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ghostrider View Post
    Does anyone else find it odd that they promote the quilt on the wrong size bed?
    It does look odd, now that you pointed it out! I am wondering if they thought they could show off the pattern in the quilt better if it showed the corners? I think it would be pretty easy to draft...I would piece the strips together then hand or machine applique (can you tell I try to avoid curved piecing at all costs?? lol

    ps..oops..just looked at the picture again an realized they are ALL curved pieces! lolol
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    What an interesting design!

    I think I would draw my own clamshell templates, piece them, then turn the edges under with an iron and starch and applique them to a wholecloth top, with similar embroidery motifs.

    Then I'd do some really spectacular quilting on all that white space. What a canvas for quilting designs! Woohoo!

    Laying out the design on the quilt top would be the most challenging part for me - trying to get everything centered and perfectly spaced. A t-square and a yardstick compass could come in handy on a job like this.

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    Beautiful design. I think someone could figure out how to peice it .. Not me. Lol

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    i found it at a quilt outlet store in cherokee, nc and they let me take a pic. it was the last one they had and said they were no longer making this pattern. i will be contacting the company to ask for the pattern. all they can say is "no" thanks everyone for responding. maria

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    Looks like the large "clamshell" pattern made into this pattern.

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