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    Name This Pattern

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    I bought this quilt at a Quilt Show Consignment Shop for $40.00. Well worth the money, I thought. I think I have identified the block( Yellow tape)but I would like to have the pattern to go by to make another one. Does anyone recognise this pattern?

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    It might be a variation of Thinking outside The Box? The pattern was available from ToadUSew?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    It might be a variation of Thinking outside The Box? The pattern was available from ToadUSew?
    it DOES look a lot like this one from the website http://www.toadusew.com/store/catalo...24/image/1110/
    here's a link to the pattern http://www.toadusew.com/store/patter...e-block-1.html
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    Don't know the pattern but, Love it and thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed day
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    Geez, you got a steal! I love the quilt and I LOVE the swirl quilting.
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    Yes, I know I've seen something similar somewhere (Okay there's that dratted CRS--can't remember sh....tuff--syndrome again). I think it would be fairly simple to draft. More a matter of colour placement than anything else.
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    Yeah, that was definately worth $40. What a terrific find.

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    Yup--Thinking Outside the Block, with different colors. I believe the pattern suggests using all the same colors in the block. I bet you could figure it out if you studied the block and drew it out. It's an easy one. This is one I made with the pattern.
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    very pretty!!!!
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    I made one for my grandson's graduation in May, and the pattern is achieved by doing a 1/4 log cabin, and arranging the blocks to create a pattern. I will try to load it to show what I mean.Name:  2011-11-17-Kyle's quilt and pillowcase 003.jpg
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    Actually this is the pillowcase that I made to match, and you can see the 1/4 log cabin, which used the red square as the starting piece. If you look at my avatar, you can see him on the far right with the full quilt. A very simple and easy quilt to do. Once you get all the quarter blocks made, you just start laying them out to achieve whatever pattern you want. Good luck.
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    Don't know the name of the pattern but it sure is a pretty quilt and boy, what a deal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan View Post
    i'd agree that nativetexan got the pattern correct for you. Great buy 4 $40.00.
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    Isn't it also called Bento Box? Where is the consignment shop in MA? I'm in Metrowest and I'll travel anywhere. I'm thinking you went to the quilt show in Worcester this weekend. It's a beautiful quilt and you did get some buy. Enjoy it!

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    Quote Originally Posted by suebee View Post
    Geez, you got a steal! I love the quilt and I LOVE the swirl quilting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by barnbum View Post
    Yup--Thinking Outside the Block, with different colors. I believe the pattern suggests using all the same colors in the block. I bet you could figure it out if you studied the block and drew it out. It's an easy one. This is one I made with the pattern.
    LOVE IT! Super love it!
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    Shade Cascade

    Yes! The name is Shade Cascade. Here is the one I made a few years back. Also made one in miniature. Pattern from Blank quilting www.blankquilting.com

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    Thanks for all the input, I actually found one on this board with a graph posted by moreland. Believe it or not I Googled Thinking outside the box and it led me right home to Quilted Paradise. Amazing! Love this place

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    Camille the shop was at the Hilton Head, South Carolina Quilt Show in March. They had a consignment shop that was fantastic. All the members sold their unwanted quilts and unfinished projects with the marerial to finish them. It was soo tempting. Hundreds of pattern books too!

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    Beautiful. Did you use 2 1/4 in. strips? Thats what Im thinking

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    The pattern wouldn't download. it was all text.

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    Great buy at $40! I like it.

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    Funny--I was looking through old quilt magazines and print outs last night (and all week) while I ice a swollen knee and I came across a pattern I'd printed out for Shade Cascade and I said "That's it!" It is the same as Thinking Outside the Block--just the color changes. It was a free pattern I think. Let me know if you need help with directions, I don't want to copy, but it's simple enough to talk you through it.

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    What a pretty quilt!

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    Awesome quilt! I really like that pattern!

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