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Thread: Looking For This Pattern Instructions

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    Wow,amazing how beautiful quilts with nice quilting really adds to the heirloom value.That's an amazing beautiful quilt.

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    Looks like Crafty Bear got it right on the pattern..

    What a beauty it is !!!!

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    WOW, what a beautiful quilt!

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    That is awesome love the colors

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    Quote Originally Posted by bj
    As you can see from my avatar, I love this layout. You can go bigger just by adding extra rounds. Very easy to do. :-D
    I want to try your avatar someday. Do you still have the yardage requirements for it by any chance? And did you make it with HST's? Thanks!!!!

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    Look in the tutitorials. You will find it there.

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    I puchased a kit at connecting threads that came with that pattern check their free patterns

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtnative
    Here is a link to a free pattern for it that is supposed to be easy.

    http://www.quiltfrog.com/fourhour.html
    This is the pattern I post earlier for you to look at. It's next on my list and looks to be pretty simple.

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    Wow! The quilting! Beautiful!

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    I know it is the Carpenter's square but don't have instructions. The quilt is beautiful and whoever did the quilting did a great job.

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    Quote Originally Posted by teacherbailey
    Quote Originally Posted by bj
    As you can see from my avatar, I love this layout. You can go bigger just by adding extra rounds. Very easy to do. :-D
    I want to try your avatar someday. Do you still have the yardage requirements for it by any chance? And did you make it with HST's? Thanks!!!!
    I did make it with hst's and squares. I don't have the yardage. I just charted it out on graph paper and figured how many of each combo I needed. I had a yard or so of each color and 2 yards of the green. But I had fabric left over. It is a baby quilt, so didn't take a lot.

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    Wonderful idea/quilt. I have a grandson that wants a hunter green/tan quilt and this would be perfect. I love HST and the lady is correct: just follow the placement. Happy Squares Fergie

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    What a gorgeous quilt! Who did the quilting?

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    Quilter's Cache lists it under "Carpenter's Wheel" and not Carpenter's Star,
    as most other sites refer to it. - Judy

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    I printed out the pattern instructions for the Carpenters Wheel and the Hunter Star some time back. I look at these two patterns every day wanting to make them. I have only made two quilts so far, and I have a couple of other quilts that I need to do for others first. But when I can do one that I choose, I will make the Carpenter's Wheel pattern. I think the Hunter's Star may be more difficult to make, so I will wait till I have a little experience under my belt before I tackle that one. But I so look forward to it. Good luck with the Carpenters Wheel Pattern. I am sure it will be lovely. I can hardly wait to make one myself.

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    I do not know the pattern, but must tell you this is a beautiful quilt, the colors, the work and especially the quilting. Thanks

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    Easier said than done! I don't do math and need a little more help than most. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by bj
    Quote Originally Posted by teacherbailey
    Quote Originally Posted by bj
    As you can see from my avatar, I love this layout. You can go bigger just by adding extra rounds. Very easy to do. :-D
    I want to try your avatar someday. Do you still have the yardage requirements for it by any chance? And did you make it with HST's? Thanks!!!!
    I did make it with hst's and squares. I don't have the yardage. I just charted it out on graph paper and figured how many of each combo I needed. I had a yard or so of each color and 2 yards of the green. But I had fabric left over. It is a baby quilt, so didn't take a lot.
    Thanks, I can do that. I thought it was a LOT bigger!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsch
    Easier said than done! I don't do math and need a little more help than most. :)
    Whatever math you need doing----I can figure it out for you. Just PM me with the details and I'll get back with you as soon as I can. (I was a quilter and taught myself math using quilting, then ended up teaching middle school math for 8 years---loved every minute of it!)

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    Each of the squares is 4" unfinished. With bigger squares, it would also go bigger! (O: The link akgranny posted looks like it uses 6" finished squares.

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    That is a beautiful quilt!

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    Beautiful quilting done on this quilt!

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    That is very nice.. Thanks for all the links, I would love to make this one.

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    luv it...............

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