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Thread: Does anyone know the name of the pattern?

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    Super Member Farm Quilter's Avatar
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    Great quilt but need to know the name of the pattern.
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    I haven't a clue but it looks extremely hard!

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    It looks to me more like something designed on EQ rather than an available pattern

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    I don't know it never seen it but wow imagine all the intricate work

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    Quote Originally Posted by gollytwo
    It looks to me more like something designed on EQ rather than an available pattern
    Actually it is a very old quilt, done with templates created by the quilter. I believe the original is in the Netherlands. I could see doing it with fusible but not piecing!! A friend is looking for the name of the quilt pattern, if there even is a name!

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    Wow, what a maze. What size is that quilt?

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    instead of double wedding ring, it looks like a bazillion wedding ring LOL

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    It looks more like a piece of art then a quilt from a pattern. It is wonderful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by QuiltnNan
    instead of double wedding ring, it looks like a bazillion wedding ring LOL
    lol

    I was thinking "the road to no-where"

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    It is called “aneurism in the making”,
    also known as the:
    “quilter killer”,
    “oh my! What was I thinking?”
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    “No. I don’t know why the machine flew through the window” ;-)

    Yes interesting pattern in deed.
    ;-)

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    Looks like a Celtic knot design. (maybe something from the Book Of Kells?) I don't know the pattern name but I would name it Quilter's Headache!

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    It's definitely past my grade level!

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    Broken Circles comes to mind.

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    I hope you can find something on this pattern, because it tells a beautiful story to me. Every circle is distinct, bu they are all nested into one another like a family or a community. I'm going to venture a guess that it is some type of love knot or family ties type of name.

    Darren

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    It should be called Wow! It does have a very celtic feeling too it. It reminds me of a hula hoop party -- all those big spinning circles. Good luck with finding a pattern name.

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    I think it is 'A make it up as you go" pattern. Beautiful and way above my abilities.

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    GOOD QUESTION. Doesn't look like a weekend project!

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    That is fantastic! The eyes just keep moving. The interlocking pattern is not readily apparent - will require study.

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    That is an awesome quilt. I have never seen anything like it.

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    That is an awesome quilt. I have never seen anything like it.

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    I don't know the name; I just know I don't want to do it!

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    I don't know the name of the pattern, but the quilt is very interesting and looks complicated. Great work by whoever completed this quilt!

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    Clover Patch, LOL you took the words right out of my mouth. Beautiful but I'm a little frightened by it.

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    not sure, but it is definitely interesting. :)

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    Round like a circle in a spirial, like a wheel within a wheel, never ending or beginning in an ever spinning real.

    Anyone remember that song from the 70's?

    Very interesting piece of work.
    Lowell ;)

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