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    Pls identify this quilt pattern

    I want to buy the pattern. Can anyone tell me the name of the pattern or...? I know I could make it without a pattern, but I would like to support the artist who designed it and buy the pattern.

    Thanks!
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    It is intriguing but I have never seen it before. I think that it would not be too difficult to sew the pattern. Could you appliqué 0.5mm different coloured strips, cut on a bias, haphazardly to each square and then join them up as in the picture? Alternatively you could paper piece each square? Best wishes on finding out more about this pattern.
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    this looks more like a technique rather than a pattern.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebraK View Post
    this looks more like a technique rather than a pattern.
    I agree. Looks like you could also do the opposite of what BizzieLizzie suggested. Iron stablizer to the back of the square, cut the wavy line, put a piece of contrasting fabric underneath and separate the square at the cut then sew the cut edges with your favorite applique stitch.
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    That is very neat. I've never seen it before.
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    that's what I would do.

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    That's a very unique pattern.

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    I have never seen this pattern before, it is very nice.

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    Please help identify this pattern

    I could figure it out, but I would like to honor the designer of the pattern by purchasing
    the pattern. Any info would be appreciated.
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    I don't know if this is her pattern, but it makes me think of Karla Alexander (Stack the Deck books, Dynamic Curves, etc.)

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    Karla Alexander

    Quote Originally Posted by dunster View Post
    I don't know if this is her pattern, but it makes me think of Karla Alexander (Stack the Deck books, Dynamic Curves, etc.)
    Thanks for the tip -- love her patterns. Maybe she is the one. thanks so much!

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    that is cute. makes me think of confetti for some reason.

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    Sorry I have noadvice for you , but it is lovely.
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    ? Pattern

    Quote Originally Posted by TheCloser View Post
    I want to buy the pattern. Can anyone tell me the name of the pattern or...? I know I could make it without a pattern, but I would like to support the artist who designed it and buy the pattern.

    Thanks!
    It looks like a pattern i have called chinese windows .

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    Have no idea, but It's pretty!
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    Try Cheryl Phillips website, it looks like her work. phillipsfiberarts.com

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    No idea, but it looks very intriguing like a modern puzzle!

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    I am not a pattern designer, but I applaud your integrity.

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    Don't know who the designer is but it sure is interesting.
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    It looks like more of a technique, as someone said. Take big squares of fabric, run your rotary cutter randomly over it, put a strip of contrasting fabric behind it, and turn the edges under leaving a little conrast showing, square up. You could also topstitch the raw edges to the little contrasting strip, and square up.

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    Very unique!

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    wow.......
    nice
    love the colours

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    Quote Originally Posted by BizzieLizzie View Post
    It is intriguing but I have never seen it before. I think that it would not be too difficult to sew the pattern. Could you appliqué 0.5mm different coloured strips, cut on a bias, haphazardly to each square and then join them up as in the picture? Alternatively you could paper piece each square? Best wishes on finding out more about this pattern.
    I like your first idea. Cut narrow bias strips from solids then attach like you'd do rickrack or some such trim.

    Each trim piece seems to be attached identically to the squares------------which could vary a bit in her case without losing the integrity of the design.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheepshed View Post
    It looks like more of a technique, as someone said. Take big squares of fabric, run your rotary cutter randomly over it, put a strip of contrasting fabric behind it, and turn the edges under leaving a little conrast showing, square up. You could also topstitch the raw edges to the little contrasting strip, and square up.

    Since I'm lazy by nature, I'd add to the UN-cut squares and not cut anything beside the base squares and bias strips.
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    Slight correction, the bias strips seem to be of tonal batiks---------some minor designs in each.
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