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    What is the name of this pattern

    What is the name of this pattern and where can I find it
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    Does anyone know what the names of these patterns and where I might find them ,
    thanks in advance for your help
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    Patty, I have pattern for picture #1 in one of my old magazines. I made it years ago.
    I'll look for it if you still need it. Not sure about the 2nd one.

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    It looks like someone has taken old blocks in new settings. If you can't find those exact patterns you can look for the blocks at quilterscache/quiltblocksgalore on the net and make your own.

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    The blocks in the 1rst is snail's trail http://jantspatchworkschool.com/blog...il-quilts.html
    I know not much help sorry :-)

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    The top one is very similar (but not identical) to a Judy Martin pattern called Star Reel in her book Scrap Quilts. Here's a version I made several years ago -
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    It looks like the pictures were taken in a Quilt Shop - can you contact them and find out? I am guessing that both may be from a Judy Martin book.

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    Yep, the first one is Snails Trail set on point, have no idea about the second one but they both are very pretty

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    Gorgious!!!! Love your choice of colors as well !

    Quote Originally Posted by dunster View Post
    The top one is very similar (but not identical) to a Judy Martin pattern called Star Reel in her book Scrap Quilts. Here's a version I made several years ago -

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    Love that first one! Gorgeous! Really an eye catcher!

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    Oh my those are beautiful quilts!! I like the big pieced borders, and the inner part on point, gives a whole new look to the quilts.

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    The 2nd one uses John Flynn's striped border on the outside and the inside stars look like twisted stars (not sure). I have never seen a pattern for this quilt, just the book for the outside borders. Hope this helps.

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    this is close to the 2nd one http://www.shopfonsandporter.com/pro...ttern/patterns . it's kind of a labyrinth design.
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    That would be great if you could find it, I would really appreciate it.... Thanks

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    I like the second better. Think I've seen that one before. No way I could remember where.
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    Very pretty. Wish I could help you.

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    love them both!!
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    not sure if it is the same one but sure looks like a John Flynn braided border class that I took years ago

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    The second one is sometimes called a Labyrinth, and I've heard it called Interlocking Squares. I made one a few months ago.
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    Really pretty!

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    They are beautiful. The first one looks like a Snails Trail. Not sure about the second.

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    Love the border on the 2nd one!

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    The primary blocks in #1 is in el burns book el's kitchen. She calls it a pigtail. I have seen it elsewhere with various names

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    WOW!! All are stunning quilts & beautiful color combos.

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    They are beautiful.

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