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Thread: What pattern is this?

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    Junior Member daniellern76's Avatar
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    I saw this on Etsy today, my first time on there, and I love this pattern. Anyone know the name of the pattern? The person who made it did a great job!

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    the photo is purloined but the pattern used is from the public domain. the quilt is pretty by not at all unique.

    on the other hand, the etsy member is trying to sell the quilt. by posting the photo instead of providing a link, our member is undermining her chance of selling it.

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    I think it is Court House steps. Any one else???

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    Can't help you with the pattern, but I really like it, too1

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    I, too, think it is court house steps, a log cabin variation, I believe. Beautiful use of color!!

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    Court House Steps it is!

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    I agree court house!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltforme
    I agree court house!
    Ditto

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    I also agree court house steps, but it has been changed a little. Instead of using ONE center square and adding to it like this, http://www.straw.com/equilters/libra...bin_part5.html The quilter used TWO square blocks together to form the center, and then built off of that. same concept just looks different.

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    http://quilting.about.com/od/quiltpa...in_quilt_3.htm
    This pattern is online at no cost. Looks like good instructions.

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    I agree with Courthouse Squares.

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    Yep agree with everyone else definitely courthouse steps!! Stunning colours!

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    Spectacular color, Love how they modify the pattern a bit. :thumbup:

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewmuchmore
    Spectacular color, Love how they modify the pattern a bit. :thumbup:
    Me too :D:D:D What a fun way to use a jelly roll :D

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    Quote Originally Posted by justwannaquilt
    I also agree court house steps, but it has been changed a little. Instead of using ONE center square and adding to it like this, http://www.straw.com/equilters/libra...bin_part5.html The quilter used TWO square blocks together to form the center, and then built off of that. same concept just looks different.
    You have sharp eyes. You are right!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mic-pa
    I think it is Court House steps. Any one else???
    correct!

    oops, didn't catch the modification.

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    Animas Quilts also has a free pattern offered until 9/30.

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    I don't know but I like it!!

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    Court House steps!

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    Cool block, funny, how the fabrics make it look fuzzy. I like it, kudos to the maker.:)

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    how come the picture was deleted?

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    it violates copyright law.

    1. it's somebody else's photograph
    2. it's that sombody's photograph of a quilt they made
    3. it was copied from another website without that somebody's permission.
    4. that somebody posted her photo of her quilt because she wants to sell it, not because she wants people to copy it. therefore, pirating the photo not only infringes on her copyrights to the photo, it interferes with her intent/attempt to earn income from the quilt pictured.

    posting a link directly to the webpage with the orginal is permissable. purloining the pic is not.

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    According to the quilt maker's description on her Etsy shop (Quiltville) listing of the quilt in question, the pattern she used was Courthouse Steps. http://www.etsy.com/listing/56353107...s-batiks-quilt

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