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Thread: Quilt pattern

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    Quilt pattern

    Does anyone know the name of this Patterns?
    http://meinequiltsundich.blogspot.ca...heiterung.html

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    ​It might be Hanging Garden.

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    Tartan is correct. Here's a youTube tut for it https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bXm7cqIc6Zs
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    Nancy in western NY
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    I don’t think it’s hanging gardens, because she has 3 black squares in a block. I think it’s a half log cabin with a 4 Patch. Will try to figure it out.

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    It's similar to Hanging Gardens but uses a 9-patch block instead of 4-patch block. I agree that it is a half log cabin, but with a 9 patch block. Would be pretty easy to make without a pattern, I would think. What makes the German quilt so striking is the choice of fabrics. Looks like bright rose and red batiks with black.

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    Here's a video tutorial for Hanging Gardens. She does some really good tutorials, but I have only watched a few minutes of this one.

    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=bXm7cqIc6Zs

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    Hanging Gardens! I made this a few years ago. It went together very easily and is really a pretty quilt....lots of 2 1/2 inch strips. I gifted it...may need to get the pattern out and do it again! Thanks for the reminder.
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

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    It's a 9 patch with half log cabin using Kaffee Fassett's fabrics, set on point.
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    That is very nice !!

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