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Thread: What Are these Patterns?

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    These pictures were posted yesterday from a quilt show. Does anyone know what these patterns are? I absolutely love them and would like to try my hand at them. :?: :?:
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    I have no idea but that first one is wonderful and would easy to duplicate without a pattern.

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    #1 made via tube quilting. There's been lots of links and tutorials posted on the Boards. I haven't kept them as you'll see, I've already done the technique!
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    I believe there's a tutorial on Missouri Quilt Company!

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    #1 is stripe quilting. Very easy to duplicate.

    #2 I saw someone post this one a few days ago with name but don't remember who it was.

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    Saw the brown one some place ...cant remember where. It would be able to duplicate. 2 diff Jelly rolls sets sewn together in strips? Squares cut MAYBE on diag and sewn together is my guess. I'd love to do one in blues.

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    You have good taste in quilts. I love them both also.

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    The first one is a kit from Keepsake Quilting and I believe the second one is too (not 100%).
    I wish when someone posts their pics they would give the name of the pattern and say if it's a kit. There are so many I'd love to try but think it's something they created on their own; I'm not that clever. There is such beautiful work shown here that I want to make one of everything! It would be so helpful to know there's a pattern or kit available.

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    Hi

    Is this the same pattern as the first one?
    http://www.hoffmanfabrics.com/EDocs/...%20pattern.pdf

    Nancy

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    Quote Originally Posted by emerald46
    I have no idea but that first one is wonderful and would easy to duplicate without a pattern.
    That's what I was thinking. Grab the graph paper!

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    I think that the second one is 'Starry Nights' or close to that pattern. I know it was on all the sites last fall. BUT all of the stars can be found on quilters cache. The littlest is called 'Friendship Star'. It's the size that would have to be adjusted....

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    I think it is! Thanks :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by janRN
    The first one is a kit from Keepsake Quilting and I believe the second one is too (not 100%).
    I wish when someone posts their pics they would give the name of the pattern and say if it's a kit. There are so many I'd love to try but think it's something they created on their own; I'm not that clever. There is such beautiful work shown here that I want to make one of everything! It would be so helpful to know there's a pattern or kit available.
    But these were all pics from a quilt show. The person posting wasn't the one who made them. Otherwise, I agree with ya.

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    I remember the 2nd quilt from a book I had back in the 80's (?). It was called Starry Night but now I can't find it anywhere. Will keep looking.

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    Starry night. It's in one of my books & I only have 8 books. I will look tonight.

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    I saw a pattern, very similar, if not the exact one, at the Hoffman Fabrics website. It was a free pattern and the directions could be downloaded and printed. The sample was made with Bali Pops and was called Margarita Sunrise.

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    The top one is Margarita Sunrise and it is a free pattern from the Hoffman site:
    http://www.hoffmanfabrics.com/conten...asp?FolderID=7

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    Just finished this quilt and love it, it is off to be quilted now or I would post a pic. It is called transitions and as someone else said done with the strip tube ruler. Very easy and accurate way to construct a quilt.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amBoo
    Is this the same pattern as the first one?
    http://www.hoffmanfabrics.com/EDocs/...%20pattern.pdf Nancy
    Thanks, it looks close enough to me, if it's not the actual pattern...not sure. I appreciate your post, both OP pic & link.

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    What is a strip tube ruler, please?

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    It's a ruler that works really well for that kind of piecing. Here is a link that tells you about it.
    http://www.cozyquilt.com/Aspx/Produc...?productID=517

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    The second quilt might be a Judy Martin design.

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    I just ran across the second one in a magazine last week. I will go through and see if I can find it. I was thinking of making it for my nephew. I will look tomorrow morning before going to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by amBoo
    Hi

    Is this the same pattern as the first one?
    http://www.hoffmanfabrics.com/EDocs/...%20pattern.pdf

    Nancy
    definitely is!

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    First one is just a simple string quilt pattern.

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    I think the first one might be Margarita Sunrise. I am making it now. It is designed for the strip tube ruler, but you can do it without one. I think it's a free pattern from cozyquilt.com

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