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Thread: what pattern is this

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    Hi. I went to a quilt show last year and saw this wonderful quilt. I have searched and searched for the pattern , but have had no luck. I am hoping someone on this board can help me .
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    Donna
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    Oh my, if you find out, would you let me know. I love it.
    I too, have loads of scraps to get rid of in quilt patterns.

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    It looks to me like a combination of patterns. Wow, that's so pretty!! :D

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    Not that it help you now, but when I go to quilt show, I take pictures of both the quilt, and any information attached to the quilt. That way I know when I get home what the name of the quilt pattern, as well as the name and (and usually) the email of the quilter, in case I have any questions later. This has come in handy on several quilts I have made. Sorry, although the quilt is beautiful, I do not know the name of the pattern.

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    OMG, that looks intense, but I like it!

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    looks like a four patch set on point with triangles added. the other blocks can be hst's and even some flying geese. i'd do all hst's myself.

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    can you contact the guild that put the show on and ask for information about it?

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    It could be a block that is sewn and then recut. It reminds me of an Anita Grossman Solomon type pattern.

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    I think this is the pattern set diagonally. They have pieced some of the borders and filled in the sides. It's a controlled scrappy. I can't find the pattern name but it's fairly simple. Check out Quiltville. It looks like something she might do.

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    It's a beautiful quilt. I have no idea what pattern it is.

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    That's it. The mystery pattern I have been searching for for a good year. Thank you so much. I am so appreciative of your help. Three cheers for this quilt board.
    Donna

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    BKrenning,
    Thank you for the information. Love your avitar.
    Donna

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    Hey, I like the name of it. Nice quilt.

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    Very pretty!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKrenning
    I think this is the pattern set diagonally. They have pieced some of the borders and filled in the sides. It's a controlled scrappy. I can't find the pattern name but it's fairly simple. Check out Quiltville. It looks like something she might do.
    That is some quilt

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    Mystery solved. The pattern is called Southern Comfort. Myboys knew. Three cheers for Myboys.
    Thanks to

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