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Thread: RockingHorse quilt pattern

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    As I was standing at the checkout at Kroger the lady checking me out , noticed my quilt magazines. She said she has been unable to find the "Rocking Horse Quilt" Pattern. She wanted someone to make her Grandbaby one. Does any one here have one or know where I can find it?
    Thanks a bunch! :D

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    Try this one...

    http://free-quilt-patterns.net/appli...kingHorse.html

    Or..you could find a picture/clipart of one and just copy it and applique it

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    I found that one. I have never seen one. I suppose it is any way you do it as long as there are rocking horses on it? Thanks!

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    What a coicidence, I have just this very afternoon, appliqued a rocking horse block as part of a baby quilt, I struggled to find a pattern, so ended up drawing it!! I used Karla's mini's as inspiration, I haven't taken any pictures yet, but will post one soon :D

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    can't wait to see it! What is 'Karla's mini's?"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catherine
    can't wait to see it! What is 'Karla's mini's?"
    They are miniature pony's, absolutely gorgeous, if you click on Barnbum, it will take you to her profile page, you will see on the right 'topics' created by Barnbum', click on that and it will open up all the topics Karla has made, scroll through that and you will surely find lots of pictures of her beautiful pony's :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catherine
    can't wait to see it! What is 'Karla's mini's?"
    Karla aka Barnbum has miniature horses. They are the cutest things you ever did see! Especially Rosie! I'm a bit fond of that little one. :) :)

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    Here's a cute pattern, not free though.
    http://www.thepatternco.com/bears.html

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    Try: Rocking Horse by
    FourTwinSisters.com

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    IZY!! What picture did your use for your inspriation? How exciting! I can't wait to see it!!

    Catherine--here you go: www.littlechurchminis.com
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    Quote Originally Posted by barnbum
    IZY!! What picture did your use for your inspriation? How exciting! I can't wait to see it!!

    Catherine--here you go: www.littlechurchminis.com
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    Karla, it was no particular picture of your mini's, just my general impression of their shape...actually, I probably have insulted your beautiful mini's and in fact its more like me now I come to think of it..short in leg, well rounded at the rear, possibly in foal looking at it's belly and this one has an undershot jaw which I have too lol!!

    Anyway, here's a picture so you can judge for yourself lol!!

    It's only about 6 x 8" :D

    See the undershot jaw...!!
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    That is so cute Izy. You are a true inspiration.

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    Izy!! That's so cute!!!

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    I have quite abit of this baby quilt done now, it has 'evolved' as most of my projects do, I don't think I will ever follow a set pattern tee hee!!

    I will post a new topic soon, thanks for your lovely comments, I think it's a bit odd looking tho!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tlrnhi
    Izy!! That's so cute!!!
    Did you notice Rosies rear??? lol!! :D

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    thanks for sharing! So there really isn't any certain "Rocking Horse" quilt?
    You can make it with one big horse or bunches of little ones? No wonder she was having a hard time finding THE pattern. I got one small RHorse...really needed a bigger one...I'll jut have to see if I can enlarge it.
    (Thanks for your help. I use to draw all the time..I was much better with people than animals...never could get the portions right. :) )
    Just let me know if any of you come up with any more ideas or patterns.


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    Hi , go to : http://www.amishcountrylanes.com/IEv...Applique1&aol. Scroll down to baby and crib quilts . There is a picture of one someone has made [ for sale ] . It will give you an idea about how to do one . I thought maybe coloringbook pages might be helpful . A picture of a horse and add arc on bottom . Annie

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    Ha ha, Izy. That is one happy horse. :lol: :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by barnbum
    Ha ha, Izy. That is one happy horse. :lol: :lol:
    Glad you saw the funny side Karla, got abit worried I might have insulted your little beauties :D

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    thanks stitchinmamaw...great photo of what that lady might be talking about!!

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    You are very welcome . I like to help if I can . Annie

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    its precious, Izzy

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    catherine - sometimes young childrens coloring books have some basic one item on a page,etc........

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    Catherine , if you have poster option in your printer . You can enlarge the twin sisters rr pattern . This way you can make very large . My digital imaging software has this option , too . Just an idea . Annie

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    I found a pattern of a rocking horse . It is a stainglass pattern but can be used for applique . Enlarge as big as you want to . Annie
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