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Thread: Does anyone remember this pattern ???

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    Super Member LindaR's Avatar
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    Does anyone remember this pattern ???

    this was a pattern from a quilt shop in Texas....we had quite a few members searching for it and one member, (supersleuth) found it. I first saw it from pictures from a quilt show here on the board...It is now at the quilters and can't wait to get it back to show you all...it was so much fun to do. I did a pillow cover also that I will try and get done to show at the same time...more to come LOL
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    What an interesting way to do the flowers - I'm going to have to remember this. Very nice job!
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    That looks great -- very unusual!
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    Very pretty quilt. It looks like a lot of hard work went into that one.

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    Beautiful.....It is so fresh looking.....the fabrics are perfect for this pattern

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    Such a lovely quilt. Love the colours

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    Beautiful work!!!!!

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    Where can I get the pattern? I love it..your work is beautiful!!!
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    I have seen flowers like that, don't know if it a quilt or not.
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    I don't remember it but it sure is pretty. Great job. Thanks for posting.

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    Oh my, that looks hard to do. Very lovely! You put a lot of work into that one and did a wonderful job.
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    Pretty and happy too. Love it.
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    What a unique way to do flowers - do you have the pattern name as well as any idea where it can be purchased?

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    It sure is beautiful. I hope you are able to find the pattern.
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    I've never seen flowers like this. Its an interesting pattern.
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    I woul love that pattern

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    Very modern looking!
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    What was the name of this pattern again? I remember the thread way back when but do not remember much else except I really like these embroidered flowers.

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    it was all machine appliqued, blocks are 18" 9/patches....I may put the pattern up for sale, it was $30. There was about 30 sheets with the pattern and all pieces are real size so you don't have to enlarge anything. came in a 8 x 11" envelope...I will think about it....
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    Could you please tell us the pattern name and the name of the quilt shop where it was found?

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    Quilt Country, 701 So. Stemmons $260, Lewisville, TX 75067, Designed by the owners, Sara Tuttle and Sandy Brawner. It was kinda expensive but full size patterns, easy to copy....enjoy
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    If I lived in NE Michigan, I would need a bright, cheerful quilt like that on my bed in the winter to help me cope. It's lovely! (My husband grew up in central Mich. and when we would go up for Christmas I always felt sorry for those that had to live with their dreary white and gray world all winter.)
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    Thank you for the shop info. The name of the pattern is Wild Roses, I think.
    http://store.quiltcountry.com/stores...3&Item_ID=6857

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    This is very interesting. Looks like a lot of work.
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    I like it very much, never saw it before.

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