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Thread: Any body know the name of this quilt block?

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    Super Member kristen0112's Avatar
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    I went to the Quilts by the Sea show (say that 10 times fast - sea show). This quilt is lovely but I don't know the name of the block and the tag was of no use anybody know?
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    It is beautiful. Sorry don't know the name of the block!!

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    Very nice - but I can't help you either.

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    sorry don't know the name of the block, I hope someone can help you out, very pretty block

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    Thank you for posting this kristen!

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    It's beautiful! Yes, I've seen the pattern before but don't remember the name. It's in the Winding Ways family of blocks. It actually looks like a Winding Ways. Someone may know the name. Thanks for sharing! :-D ;)

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    No, I don't know the name, it is absolutely gorgeous.

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    No, but sure is pretty.

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    Without the squarish things in the intersections it would be called an orange peel block, so maybe it's in that family of blocks. Beautiful quilt!

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    Well hopefully the link below works - it might be Tobacco Leaves?

    http://books.google.com/books?id=fUg...20Ways&f=false

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    It's called Winner's Bouquet, a simple curves template, by Atkinson Designs, atkinsondesigns.com, when you buy the pattern it includes three acrylic templates. $30 for all. I bought one in a shop last fall in Texas and and started a batik Christmas wall hanging from it. Easy to sew. Don't let the curves scare you, was easier than I expected. I put the wall hanging away as it didn't get done by Christmas - but I will finish this year. On my to do list to do a full size quilt.


    Quote Originally Posted by kristen0112
    I went to the Quilts by the Sea show (say that 10 times fast - sea show). This quilt is lovely but I don't know the name of the block and the tag was of no use anybody know?

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    what is orange peel block

    Eddie, I just looked at your blog, awesome!

    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie
    Without the squarish things in the intersections it would be called an orange peel block, so maybe it's in that family of blocks. Beautiful quilt!

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    Quote Originally Posted by craftybear
    what is orange peel block

    Eddie, I just looked at your blog, awesome!

    Quote Originally Posted by Eddie
    Without the squarish things in the intersections it would be called an orange peel block, so maybe it's in that family of blocks. Beautiful quilt!
    Orange peel block is a 3-piece block that uses curved piecing. The center piece runs from one corner diagonally to the other corner and is shaped like a section of an orange.

    And thanks for the kind words! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltlady
    It's called Winner's Bouquet, a simple curves template, by Atkinson Designs, atkinsondesigns.com, when you buy the pattern it includes three acrylic templates. $30 for all. I bought one in a shop last fall in Texas and and started a batik Christmas wall hanging from it. Easy to sew. Don't let the curves scare you, was easier than I expected. I put the wall hanging away as it didn't get done by Christmas - but I will finish this year. On my to do list to do a full size quilt.


    Quote Originally Posted by kristen0112
    I went to the Quilts by the Sea show (say that 10 times fast - sea show). This quilt is lovely but I don't know the name of the block and the tag was of no use anybody know?
    THANKS! After I looked again at Tobacco Leaves I knew that wasn't it either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltlady
    It's called Winner's Bouquet, a simple curves template, by Atkinson Designs, atkinsondesigns.com, when you buy the pattern it includes three acrylic templates. $30 for all. I bought one in a shop last fall in Texas and and started a batik Christmas wall hanging from it. Easy to sew. Don't let the curves scare you, was easier than I expected. I put the wall hanging away as it didn't get done by Christmas - but I will finish this year. On my to do list to do a full size quilt.


    Quote Originally Posted by kristen0112
    I went to the Quilts by the Sea show (say that 10 times fast - sea show). This quilt is lovely but I don't know the name of the block and the tag was of no use anybody know?
    You are awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kristen0112
    I went to the Quilts by the Sea show (say that 10 times fast - sea show). This quilt is lovely but I don't know the name of the block and the tag was of no use anybody know?
    Sure do...........It is a variation of a drunkard's path....and the book/pattern I have is called WINNER'S BOUQUET......there are 2 templates included with the pattern. Depending on how you put them together, you can get a decent variety....this pattern is also nice with flannel for baby quilts. Check out AMAZON for this.

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    I just did a search and found the pattern for us

    WINNER'S BOUQUET #ATK-501
    These gentle curves are fun to sew! Includes three acrylic templates and a complete pattern with easy to follow instructions.

    wall, lap, twin, queen, king

    $30.00

    http://www.atkinsondesigns.com/patterns/

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shorebird
    Quote Originally Posted by kristen0112
    I went to the Quilts by the Sea show (say that 10 times fast - sea show). This quilt is lovely but I don't know the name of the block and the tag was of no use anybody know?
    Sure do...........It is a variation of a drunkard's path....and the book/pattern I have is called WINNER'S BOUQUET......there are 2 templates included with the pattern. Depending on how you put them together, you can get a decent variety....this pattern is also nice with flannel for baby quilts. Check out AMAZON for this.

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    Don`t know the name but can see why you like it...it`s a beautiful quilt...

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    Winters's Bouquet see my note above if you want to order it

    Quote Originally Posted by Evelynquilts
    Don`t know the name but can see why you like it...it`s a beautiful quilt...

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