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    I need your help locating a Walmart Pattern of the month for October 2003 called "Jessica's Dream" was done in blacks/whites and red/pinks. Check out pictures, Started then, but moved on --now 7 years latter found the box with couple blocks done but not the pattern itself. Need your help (the A.E. Nathans website does not go back that far)

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    http://www.aenathan.com/
    the above company is where I was directed for walmart patterns. Not sure if it goes back 7 years.
    Also I think it was discussed on this board somewhere, might try doing a search.
    Good Luck.

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    you could try quiterscache.com they have loads of patterns and who knows it may be on there.

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    Tried there, but no luck doesn't go that far back. But thanks

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    just checked quiltercache by block size and original name of pattern "Jessica's Dream" not there. But not sure if there is a generic name for this block . ..there are hundreds of names for the same block get's so confusing.. I have hundreds if not thousands of quilt books and magazines (hence the problem of not finding where I stashed the pattern sheet) I'll keep looking online and in the boxes of stuff downstairs.

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    What size block? It wouldn't be difficult to figure out.

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    I will ask my sister. She collects EVERYTHING!! :-)

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    Its pretty!

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    Have you though to measure each square and add 1/2 inch extra for the seam allowances. Since you have one there it should be easy to copy the pattern. It would be quicker than hunting for patterns that you may not be able to find.

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    I will check my Walmart "Quilt of the Month" Library and let you know if I find it. Good Luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by Matilda
    I will ask my sister. She collects EVERYTHING!! :-)
    She didn't have it. I am sorry. That was a surprise to me! She really does collect everything and has a lot of the Walmart pattern. I couldn't believe she didn't have this. I hope you find it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annya
    Have you though to measure each square and add 1/2 inch extra for the seam allowances. Since you have one there it should be easy to copy the pattern. It would be quicker than hunting for patterns that you may not be able to find.
    I was just looking at your pattern and if you make the block 121/2 inches, it is easy to do yourself. It just consists of1/4squares with small squares in some of your 4inch block. I will try and make it for you. I will post it later if I can get it. First I need your picture and I will go from there. Wish me luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annya
    Quote Originally Posted by Annya
    Have you though to measure each square and add 1/2 inch extra for the seam allowances. Since you have one there it should be easy to copy the pattern. It would be quicker than hunting for patterns that you may not be able to find.
    I was just looking at your pattern and if you make the block 121/2 inches, it is easy to do yourself. It just consists of1/4square and 1/2 square triangles with small squares in some of your 4inch block. I will try and make it for you. I will post it later if I can get it. First I need your picture and I will go from there. Wish me luck.
    Good Luck! Its so cool that you would try to make this and so fun too! :)

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    I am back so I hope you will understand the pattern. I did it on my EQ7 program.
    This is the best I can do. I hope it helps you. all you need to do is add the sashing after. Just measure the strips.

    The pattern sizes are on the page so if you try it on scrap first it should work. Add an extra 1/4 inch for seam allowances it it has not done so. I did look for an easy way for the 1/4square triangles but I could not find anything.
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    It looks like an Ohio Star block except the four corners are made different. You could use that pattern and change the corners.

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    Quote Originally Posted by carole7481
    It looks like an Ohio Star block except the four corners are made different. You could use that pattern and change the corners.
    that is what I thought too. As long as you know the size of each of the squares it will be easy to make/ I did try to do the colors similar to what was shown by Quilltlonger. I hope it works for you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltlonger
    I need your help locating a Walmart Pattern of the month for October 2003 called "Jessica's Dream" was done in blacks/whites and red/pinks. Check out pictures, Started then, but moved on --now 7 years latter found the box with couple blocks done but not the pattern itself. Need your help (the A.E. Nathans website does not go back that far)
    Why don't you take one of the completed blocks apart and make new templates?

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrannieAnnie
    Quote Originally Posted by quiltlonger
    I need your help locating a Walmart Pattern of the month for October 2003 called "Jessica's Dream" was done in blacks/whites and red/pinks. Check out pictures, Started then, but moved on --now 7 years latter found the box with couple blocks done but not the pattern itself. Need your help (the A.E. Nathans website does not go back that far)
    Why don't you take one of the completed blocks apart and make new templates?
    That is what I said earlier or some thing like that any way. Great minds.

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    Thank you!! I just can't believe how those computer programs work and I plan on getting busy now, promise won't take me long now. Thanks again.

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    Oh My goodness I am so impressed, so nice of you to do that.

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    Update I have 30 blocks done and sewn together need to add border fabrics not big enough yet still needs something but have gotten two quilt tops to finish for customers before mine.

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