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Thread: Can someone name this quilt pattern for me,please?

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    This picture was in a magazine subscription offer I had received in the mail. I really would love to know what pattern this is and where could I find it. It is similar to the card trick pattern, I think.

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    I would like to know too :D:D:D I love that pattern!

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    American Patchwork and Quilting
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    Two of a Kind

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    I see that Sadiemae came up with the answer! Isn't this a great board?

    If you study it and turn your head sideways, it looks like a very carefully laid out and pieced 4 patch on point, with setting triangles.

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    Isn't that what they call a four patch? you sew two strips together, cut two strips from that and then sew those two together in the opposite direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nursie76
    I see that Sadiemae came up with the answer! Isn't this a great board?

    If you study it and turn your head sideways, it looks like a very carefully laid out and pieced 4 patch on point, with setting triangles.
    You could do it this way easily, or a rectangle and square of each color and background squares on point. Then it is the way it is laid out to make the pattern.

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    Thank you so very much! This forum is so awesome.
    Everyone is so nice and very helpful.

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    I like that pattern too.

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    You could also look for "Cheap Trick" by Miss Rosie's Quilt Co. I bought one on this board.

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    Designer for this pattern is Rachel Shelbourne, whose mother is Darlene Zimmerman (feedsacklady.com). Rachel made the quilt in batiks, and Darlene made the quilt in the 1930's prints that Darlene designs for Robert Kaufman.

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    I'm going to get that Magazine out and look at it closer.

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    Isn't it a color variation of the Card Trick?

    which is what you said in the original post...my brain did not pick that up until AFTER I posted...sorry. I saw a batik one hanging in a quilt store. It is incredibly stunning in person!

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    Quote Originally Posted by nyleckan
    This picture was in a magazine subscription offer I had received in the mail. I really would love to know what pattern this is and where could I find it. It is similar to the card trick pattern, I think.
    In my beginning quilt, it is done in different colors and called a "Card Trick." It could also be a spin off (or on??)

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    Quote Originally Posted by RkayD
    Isn't it a color variation of the Card Trick?

    which is what you said in the original post...my brain did not pick that up until AFTER I posted...sorry. I saw a batik one hanging in a quilt store. It is incredibly stunning in person!
    and hard!!

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    that's a really nice pattern!

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    Okay, now how many of us can say the same thing how many different ways??? LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RkayD
    Isn't it a color variation of the Card Trick?

    which is what you said in the original post...my brain did not pick that up until AFTER I posted...sorry. I saw a batik one hanging in a quilt store. It is incredibly stunning in person!
    Not really a Card Trick which is triangles; more like a PoorMan's or Pseudo Card Trick.

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    If you are looking for the pattern, here is a link:
    http://www.allpeoplequilt.com/magazi...il08-ss16.html
    I just downloaded the pattern, I like it too!

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    I am making a table runner using this very pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MrsM
    I am making a table runner using this very pattern.
    Please post picture when you finish!:)

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    Let's us no where we can get the pattern.
    Thanks

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    There is a pattern out there for sale , too, called "Cheap Tricks". Made it in Civil Wars and it was beautiful.
    Slow quilt. You have to have design wall to place your fabrics.

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    This pattern is really simple. They are just squares and rectangles, but you do have to plan the colors and lay it out carefully so like colors touch to make the L shape. The only triangles are the setting traiangles on the edges. I like the 30's and batiks, but the third one is really different.

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    Nice, different.

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    Thank you for sharing this link with us :D:D:D

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