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Thread: Looking for pattern: 3 strand celtic knot

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    I saved this picture (and was "sure" I saved the directions) for the next quilt I'd like to do.... Now to find those directions - HA.... are they in bookmarks on QB, or bookmarks in Firefox, bookmarks in IE.... Or are they on the external hard-drive or the internal hard-drive?.... None of those so far, so I am appealing to 'our' collective knowledge..
    Help me find the directions???? Please..
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    That is beautiful! If you find them posted on the board please pass them on! I would love to make this!!

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    That is a beautiful quilt...hope you find the directions. If you do please share where to get them.

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    Wow, that really IS gorgeous! Please if anyone does find the directions, let us know!

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    that is a beauty

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    iwant it too

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    me too!

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    This is beautiful. i get 43 pieces across, but could be going blind from counting.

    I would think it would be easiest to put together in strips if you don't have a pattern. Any other ideas for assembly?

    I may try counting later and will let everyone know. I love the colors and would like to try it.
    Susan

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    Quote Originally Posted by telby69
    I saved this picture (and was "sure" I saved the directions) for the next quilt I'd like to do.... Now to find those directions - HA.... are they in bookmarks on QB, or bookmarks in Firefox, bookmarks in IE.... Or are they on the external hard-drive or the internal hard-drive?.... None of those so far, so I am appealing to 'our' collective knowledge..
    Help me find the directions???? Please..
    wish i could help.just had to ask you about your avatar..what is it? my eyes aren't the best.....
    dar

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    Did you try here in search.I found some i don't know if it's right or not.

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    I would also love to have this pattern, if anyone finds it

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    Quote Originally Posted by dar627742

    wish i could help.just had to ask you about your avatar..what is it? my eyes aren't the best.....
    dar
    dar,
    My avatar is our farm logo - The Lake Arabians... It is an artist's view of our stallion sliding (as in a reining slide) on The Lake..

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    if you have to make it up, just take 1/4 of the picture and make it four times and you have the whole quilt.
    good luck though!!! my eyes would cross.

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    Quote Originally Posted by telby69
    Quote Originally Posted by dar627742

    wish i could help.just had to ask you about your avatar..what is it? my eyes aren't the best.....
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    dar,
    My avatar is our farm logo - The Lake Arabians... It is an artist's view of our stallion sliding (as in a reining slide) on The Lake..
    wow!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by telby69
    Quote Originally Posted by dar627742

    wish i could help.just had to ask you about your avatar..what is it? my eyes aren't the best.....
    dar
    dar,
    My avatar is our farm logo - The Lake Arabians... It is an artist's view of our stallion sliding (as in a reining slide) on The Lake..
    beautiful!
    dar

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    Great job, thank you!

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    has anyone gotten the pdf file for this quilt yet? i also haven't figured out how to contact the blogger yet either--am out of clues, HELP!!!

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    http://lynnesfreshhope.blogspot.com/...max-results=20

    I just 'clicked' on the label Celtic mystery., If you scroll all the way down on the page I send, you'll see the start of this 'sew along'. It's very clear, complete with scedules etc, just follow the posts ;-)

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    WOW, Dya, you must be a better interpreter than me!
    i wonder what you are looking at, cause when i try to read this it is SOOOOO confusing. not only is it backwards,
    {by date} but in the body of the blog, she tells of all the mistakes there are, so i'm not sure the directions she is giving are all that great......
    that's why i'm looking for the pdf she wrote about, but it is nowhere to be found!

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    You have to start at the back and read forward...she is "telling" the mistakes but has corrected them on the sheet that shows each chunk. She has broken it down into 25 manageable chunks with each chunk basically being made up of 9 patches...at the end she shows you the order to put each chunk in and sew together to complete the quilt and then you add borders if you want to.....am seriously thinking about starting this...looks awesome.

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    I sent her a message asking her where I could get the 'consise' directions she was working on .. haven't heard anything yet, but will keep you posted if I hear from her

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    Wow, thanks for posting a link for this beautiful pattern! I know what the next quilt I make for "me" will be now...

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    I think I found out why we can't find the 'consise' pdf version of this ... the woman who created this pattern was able to get it published In Australian Patchwork Quilting Vol. 19 Issue 3 ... I just ordered a back issue (it is from May 2010) ... here is a link about the quilt and the blog for the woman who designed it http://pilgrimsquilts.blogspot.com/s...20knot%20quilt

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    I found the book at erica's.com with this pattern called Trinity celtic knot, by Deborah Cohen.

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