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Thread: Does anyone know where I can find this triangle Santa Pattern?

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    Senior Member aberi's Avatar
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    I have a picture of a really cute Santa pattern but don't know where to find it. Does anyone out there know where I can find this pattern?
    Thanks
    Angie Beri :O)

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    That is a cute pattern - and so nice that it's free!

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    http://www.azpatch.com/bom/pp2000/patterns/santa.htm

    This seems to be close to one of the Santas. I would love to have the pattern too. If you find it please ad the site to this board. I tried the love to know how site and the photo is there, but could not find the pattern. Many of the links showed not available anymore.

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    http://www.bellaonline.com/articles/art6345.asp here is where the pattern is. Go down to about half way and click on Santa- 4" paper pieced quilt block from AZ Patch. It will give you the paper piece pattern but not a pattern of the whole quilt. Just make as many blocks as you want.

    Sybil

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    It looks like it may be in this book.
    http://www.amazon.com/Favorite-Found.../dp/1885588135

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    Oh my gosh that is just adorable!!! Runs off to see if I can locate it too :)
    Soooo cute!!!!

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    The book is out of print, I ordered it from amazon. I can't find that particular pattern on the web. You can find one fat santa, but not the little skinny ones.

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    Yeah, I searched too... and searched. I have a friend whose mom belongs to a quilting guild. I've put out a request to see if she or the guild has the book so that I can get ahold of that pattern. It is just too cute. Okay. Having said that I'm sure I could draw it out. Laziness has gotten the better of me though! Her mom used to do a lot of mini quilts so you never know... She might just have that book then I'll be sporting cute triangle Santas for the holidays...

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    I've been eyeing that one two for the last 2 years but can't find it either. :(

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    Did you even try this link shaverg and farscapegal posted? http://www.azpatch.com/bom/pp2000/patterns/santa.htm
    They found it!

    It's the heavier Santa block on the right. Looks like the skinny version is still out there for someone to find.

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    Yes, Thanks, I just ordered a used copy of the book that has the small quilt made with all 3 styles of Santa.
    Quote Originally Posted by Chele
    Did you even try this link shaverg and farscapegal posted? http://www.azpatch.com/bom/pp2000/patterns/santa.htm
    They found it!

    It's the heavier Santa block on the right. Looks like the skinny version is still out there for someone to find.

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    That is so cute. I would love to make one.

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    Sybil.,
    Unfortunately this is the page where I found the picture.. but cannot find the pattern in all the links in this page.... I really dislike it when a page shows a specific picture but doesn't give you the pattern for it.
    I checked out the link to amazon. I'm going to try to order the pattern book.. I did finally find the paperpieced larger santa... thank you Sybil. I appreciatet it.
    Angie

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    Thanks I just ordered the book!!!!
    I appreciate all your help
    Angie :lol:

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    That is sew cute! I guess one could draft the pattern.

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    Could you tell me what the name of the book is that you found the Santa in.... :D Thanks

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    Favorite Foundation Pieced Minis 1, The only thing is you will probably have to find it used. Amazon does have some used ones that is the only place I could locate it for under $20. It is now out of print. Here is the link. I just got notified from the seller mine will ship today.

    http://www.amazon.com/Favorite-Found.../dp/1885588135


    Quote Originally Posted by dglvr
    Could you tell me what the name of the book is that you found the Santa in.... :D Thanks

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    Thanks for that message. That is a very cute pattern.

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    I also spent HOURS on the internet looking for this pattern, also the book you bought.
    Have had no luck, so I was wondering if you could possibly send me a photocopy of this pattern and I would pay you.

    Mary

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    Hi Angie,
    I too am a wannabe quilter. Way too much materials, and books, but I've been looking for this Santa pattern for the longest time also. I can't even find the book you just bought.
    Is there any chance that you would photocopy the pattern and mail it too me?
    I'll pay you....
    Mary, in B.C.

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    thanks for finding the pattern

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    Quote Originally Posted by littlehud View Post
    That is so cute. I would love to make one.
    Me, too... he's downright adorable & it looks like a block you could use in any number of holiday projects!
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    Quote Originally Posted by farscapegal View Post
    If you scroll down the page to Related Topics, Santa Quilt Pattern, it will get you to a PP pattern for the fat Santa, and suggestions on how to re-size and alter the proportions for other Santas - not really hard to do, just takes a little time.
    He who cuts his own wood is warmed twice, but she who makes her own quilt is warmed forever - SLR 11/7/2011

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    I have this paper pieced pattern. It's in a Leisure Arts book. Here is the link to the book at Amazon.
    http://www.amazon.com/Favorite-Found...n+pieced+minis

    Shirley

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