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    Any ideas as to what pattern this is?

    My DD has finally given up the hope that I'll ever make her a "Mariner's Compass" quilt (y'all know me... I'm more of a "9-patch" kinda gal) & so has been sending me *suggestions*. Maybe I should just get off my rear end & make her a quilt so she'd stop with the *hints* -- LOL! I guess it serves me right for promising her a housewarming quilt (& her BF just informed me that he plans to propose any day now so it looks like there's an engagement & finally a wedding quilt in my future, too -- Calgon, take me away!!!). Anyway, I digress (per usual). She sent me the attached picture as one she found online someplace & "likes". And I agree that it would be good for her condo (done in the grays & blues she's decorated in). But I don't recognize the pattern. Do any of you? Help? Thanks in advance!

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    Looks like a 9 patch variation with sashing to me. Here's a link to an uneven 9 patch http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/projec...-topper_1.html Here's a block link, you would just add sashing & corner stones http://www.fvqg.org/03archiv/0402.htm
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    Disappearing 9 patch with sashing in the middle of the blocks ?
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    Pattern should be easy enough to figure out. Just figure out how big you want the square to be, then design the 9 patch and the rail part to fit. Figure out how many squares you need depending on the finished size you need. Easy peazy...
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    Whatever pattern it is...I like it and the colors.

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    It is an uneven 9 patch. AKA unequal 9 patch. very simple to make. This one is a variation done with sashing and cornerstones.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Teddybear Lady View Post
    Whatever pattern it is...I like it and the colors.
    I love the colors, too. I think it's that Blueberry Batik collection. Yum!
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    I don't know but I like it!
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    It sure is pretty.

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    Not sure , but it is very pretty!

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    The fabric is Blueberry Crumb Cake by Moda.

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    I have no idea, it would be pretty.
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    Uneven 9 patch with sashing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quiltngolfer View Post
    The fabric is Blueberry Crumb Cake by Moda.
    Oh, thank you for telling me that! If I don't have enough sense to figure the pattern out, at least I can use the fabric! LOL! Thanks!!!!!!!
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    I don't see it as a 9-patch. I see it as a square with sashing all around with cornerstones. Make a bunch of those (with the sashing all the way around each one). Then put them all together with sashing and more cornerstones. It looks more complicated than it is, so that makes it a great pattern.

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    And very fast to put together, because I think you could do it in strip piecing. Very pretty, be sure to post pictures when you get it done.

    Quote Originally Posted by dunster View Post
    I don't see it as a 9-patch. I see it as a square with sashing all around with cornerstones. Make a bunch of those (with the sashing all the way around each one). Then put them all together with sashing and more cornerstones. It looks more complicated than it is, so that makes it a great pattern.
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    I think we just did this at guild. YOu do make a 9 patch then you slice half from each side, and place it on the top and bottom....must find that hand out they gave us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dunster View Post
    I don't see it as a 9-patch. I see it as a square with sashing all around with cornerstones. Make a bunch of those (with the sashing all the way around each one). Then put them all together with sashing and more cornerstones. It looks more complicated than it is, so that makes it a great pattern.
    That does sound like it. Who knew such a simple-looking quilt could be so tough to figure out? LOL!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thimblebug6000 View Post
    Looks like a 9 patch variation with sashing to me. Here's a link to an uneven 9 patch http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/projec...-topper_1.html Here's a block link, you would just add sashing & corner stones http://www.fvqg.org/03archiv/0402.htm

    I agree. Nine patch variation with sashing!
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    Love the colors!!!

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    I have seen it listed as Puss In The Corner
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    Here is a view that looks like it except your pic has the extra sashing and corner stone.
    http://www.quilterscache.com/P/PITC3Block.html
    But thimblebug6000 did find the pattern if you wanted to order it.
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    Puss-in-the-Corner with sashing and cornerstones?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sew N Tune View Post
    Pattern should be easy enough to figure out. Just figure out how big you want the square to be, then design the 9 patch and the rail part to fit. Figure out how many squares you need depending on the finished size you need. Easy peazy...
    I admire those of you that can do this , I have ruined so much fabric because someone said it was easy to figure out lol. I have made some pretty complicated quilts and was pleased how they turned out but this gal needs a pattern even for a "simple" project. Heck I look up how to make a nine patch sometimes :/

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