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Thread: Web Celebration Pattern

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    Web Celebration Pattern

    Does anyone know where I could purchase the Web Celebration pattern. It was a block of the month from 2011. Can no longer find it on the internet.

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    Hello & welcome to the boards from Texas.

    Do you know the company/blog who offered this BOM? Perhaps you could contact them with some help. Is the complete name "Web Celebration" or just "Celebration"? Any more information would probably help us to research it out.

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    The pattern is by Scott Flanagan and just called Web Celebration. It came out as a block of the month in 20111

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    I found this one as well, but I can't find the rest of the block patterns.

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    Good find diamondee!

    Since diamondee found block 1 for you, you should be able to re-create the other blocks by going to http://www.quilterscache.com/QuiltBlocksGalore.html & find patterns for them. That site that diamondee found gives you the fabric requirements & you can use the same colors that are on the picture of the finished quilt.

    You might could contact Scott A. Flanagan on his Facebook page here & he may have copies of the BOM:

    https://www.facebook.com/4thandmaindesigns?fref=ts
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    This pattern seems to be extremely popular these days! Wishing you the best!

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    I found the instructions for block one; there is also a web site for the place who put this together. Maybe they can be of further help.
    https://siterepository.s3.amazonaws....0519105315.pdf

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    I only saw the one block. Barb, did you find instructions for the whole quilt. I am interested in the block setting for some sampler blocks I have been doing in my quilt group. That is a great setting for 12 blocks. I could most likely figure it out but if I had the instructions that would save time. lol

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    Pewa88, here is a link to the finishing instructions. I agree, it is an attractive setting.

    http://siterepository.s3.amazonaws.c...0923074630.pdf

    if you sign up for the Country Traditions online newsletter, you can get all of the blocks for all of the BOM from the archive.
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    Their website has every block for their boms all the way back through 2011. Sign up for their news letter and then you can read all prior newsletters, which give you a different block each month.

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    In fact, you don't have to get the news letter, just go to the screen where you would sign up and scroll down.

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