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Old 05-03-2017, 04:18 PM
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I know it is hers because it is in her site, however, I did not see a name for it. It is a circle of eight leaves that sort of look like hearts. Does anyone know the name and where I can get the pattern?
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You saw it on Pam Bono's site?? Can you post a link? She has passed and I thought her site was gone.

Just playing off your description, "Hearts and Gizzards" comes to mind. You should be able to google it and find many free patterns.
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http://www.americanquilter.com/publi...y=0&offset=150

maybe this ?
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She was so incredibly talented.... Since her death her patterns seem to have come to a dead end. No one in her family was interested in carrying on her pattern sales and it doesn't appear that shops have them, either.

I think I found the one you liked in a search on Google... if it is 8 green heart-shaped leaves in a circle. Maybe you can enlarge the image and draw it out on some graph paper, to recreate it.

Such a shame her work has not been preserved.
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Originally Posted by Boston1954 View Post
I know it is hers because it is in her site, however, I did not see a name for it. It is a circle of eight leaves that sort of look like hearts. Does anyone know the name and where I can get the pattern?
http://pambonodesigns.blogspot.com/
Is this the one? I have a couple books of hers, but I do not remember this one. I will look for you though. Like sewbizgirl said, it looks like you could make a pattern from the picture.

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Yes, yngldy. That is it. The others are pretty, but this one really caught my eye.

Thanks sewbizgirl, the graph paper idea is good. I will have Jim get me some next time he is in town.

Yes, peckish I was in the site just yesterday. I do not know if anyone updates it. Could be just sitting there.
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I have the pattern for this. It's called Behind The Leaves and is an 18 1/2" block.

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OH, I clicked on the "heart" one and it came up larger. that should help you see how it's put together.
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Her son said could unlock the pattern website and did that so every pattern could be downloaded for free before the site's domain was up for renewal. He stated that he didn't know the ins and outs of the business, passwords, accounts, or even how it was maintained or get to the records on the business computers so it would just have to fizzle out. Sad her Facebook page is still up with her last post. Unless you have a designated beneficiary on Facebook no one can close it out. It takes a court order. So be sure and have a designated beneficiary for you Facebook, email, etc or have your passwords given to a family member.
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