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    What is the name of this pattern?

    Super sleuths help me please. What is the name of this beautiful pattern? I have it drafted....easy peasy but certainly it has 1 or more names. Thank you.
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    Beautiful! Don't know the name though. Would be a good candidate for strip piecing.

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    I don't know either - but that is a beautiful quilt!

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    I don't know the name, but sure looks like a lot of work.

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    Looks like a 64 patch with sashing and 9 patch setting squares.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fraew View Post
    Super sleuths help me please. What is the name of this beautiful pattern? I have it drafted....easy peasy but certainly it has 1 or more names. Thank you.
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    pretty sure it's a variation of the irish chain
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    Are we all stumped by this beauty?

    @GrannieAnnie: I searched as you suggested and found 1 quilt titled Irish Chain variation. Thanks. I'm still a searchin'.
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    Your mystery pattern is a variation of the Burgoyne Surrounded quilt pattern. It is on my "things to do" list too.

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    @Patrick's Mom: another search for Burgoyne Surrounded and I found "1" example. I guess you and I better get busy making ours to add to the variety.
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    I think you could easily chain piece this: by make double 9-patches and 64 patches, and (9patces in the middle row) rail fence blocks.

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    Hi, The above pattern is called Country Lanes by Kaye England. I have been collecting pink fabric to make this pattern someday.

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    @ Fabric Hound: Thank you! 1 more hit. This search yielded multiple examples.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fabric Hound View Post
    Hi, The above pattern is called Country Lanes by Kaye England. I have been collecting pink fabric to make this pattern someday.
    The Country Lanes listed in my photo collection is very similar, but far fewer squares per block. I"m trying to remember which quilt show I saw it on. Eleanor Burns I think
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    It looks like a converted cross stitch pattern. Beautiful! How big are the small squares?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunster View Post
    It looks like a converted cross stitch pattern. Beautiful! How big are the small squares?
    The beauty that I posted is 1/2" finished squares

    I'm thinking 1" finished is more my speed.
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    It is called Settler's Trail. The pattern calls for 1" pieces, which I did, and then I made it with 1 1/2" squares. I love this pattern. Carolyn

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    The quilt name is Settler's Trail by Kathy Borgardt a Primitive Gatherings pattern PRI938

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    Lovely quilt, so many little blocks, now that would be a test for accuracy. Hope you find out the name.

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    I do not know the name of the quilt, sorry; however, that's a lot of tiny squares to sew together, although it's beautiful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by railroad View Post
    The quilt name is Settler's Trail by Kathy Borgardt a Primitive Gatherings pattern PRI938
    Mystery solved! I think this is the exact pattern/name that I was looking for.

    Sleuths if you know it by other names, please keep posting. When I label this quilt (someday) I will include our research findings. Thank you
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    This pattern's name is Settler's Trail by Kathy Borgardt It is Primitive Gatherings PRI-938

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    I would like to add that to my to do list. It is really nice.

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    It's sure a beauty! but. it's sure a lot pieces! thanks for sharing!

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    I have made a number of postage stamp quilts and really enjoy them. But this is an entirely new pattern to me. and I love it! Making it will take a lot of time and a lot of patience, but I think the end results would be amazing.

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    Thank you for bringing this lovely quilt to our attention. I have already figured it out and am working on the middle block lol.

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