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Old 09-28-2021, 01:45 PM
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Fellow quilting friends,
I have 3-year old twin grandchildren and have chosen the quilt at the address below to make for the little girl. Since the site where I found it did not include a link to the pattern, I contacted them via email and they seemed clueless about it. I'm not ready to give up yet as I have such a hard time making decisions and now that I have, I will not give in yet.
Anyway, I was thinking if I reached out to other quilters I might be successful.
Thank you very much for any help you might give me.
Suzy
http://www.pieceandquilt.com/2014/07...l#comment-form (Isn't it just darling??)


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Old 09-28-2021, 02:17 PM
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https://www.amazon.com/Quilting-Row-...30841035&psc=1
this is close to it but no luck on your exact one so far.
everything i find keeps going back to that same site and it was back in 2014. Perhaps the pattern isn't available. hoping someone has it!
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It reminds me of Lori Holt row by row patterns. On fortunately, I haven’t found an exact match.
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If you read the comments, someone asks what pattern it is, but there's no answer. Perhaps it something she created and has never made a pattern for. It does remind me of Lori Holts quilts.
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I'll try to do a little searching for you. Hope you find it as it's such a cute quilt.
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Old 09-28-2021, 03:17 PM
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I sent a message to Natalie Bonner's Facebook page & got this reply back.
"Unfortunately it's a quilt Natalia quilted for a client in 2014 and we do not know the pattern name."

Could you just make up your own row quilt by following that one? You could make it special for your granddaughter by including things particular to what she would like. Lori Holt has lots of cute patterns that do well in row quilts.
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I found two of the rows -
https://beeinmybonnetco.blogspot.com...ong-row-2.html
https://beeinmybonnetco.blogspot.com...along-row.html

Janey - Neat people never make the exciting discoveries I do.
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Old 09-28-2021, 05:30 PM
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That IS adorable!

Pinwheels... Friendship stars (?)... Flying geese... The picket fence wouldn't be too bad to figure out. Those ladybugs are appliqued, I'm sure - so you could get a coloring page picture and copy it. Almost there, lol!
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Old 09-28-2021, 05:55 PM
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Here is a site with a ladybug row and free pattern for it. It doesn't match perfectly but it is pretty close! https://www.all-about-quilts.com/summer-fun-quilt.html

and another free ladybug pattern is out there: http://fluffypuppyqw.blogspot.com/20...-tutorial.html

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Old 09-28-2021, 09:02 PM
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You can piece together what each row is by searching for the specific item.

Row 1 is a pinwheel block made with quarter half square triangles
Row 2 is an Ohio star variation - It is a 9 patch star so size should be 6, 9, 12, etc. They butt up, and there are 5 of them, so 5x6=30 inches wide. 5x9=45 which is the size I would consider using. All other parts of the quilt will be based off this row because it's pattern is the largest. Sashings will be your friend to keep your rows even.
Row 3 is flying geese
Row 4 is the butterflies with a small sashing between each of the butterflies.
Row 5 is a flower similar to a tulip and is almost this pattern http://inspiredbyfabric.blogspot.com...l-hanging.html Note that there is a small sashing between each tulip block in the row.
Row 6 is similar to the Zakka flower https://wombatquilts.com/2013/09/18/zakka-flowers-wip/
Row 7 is the ladybugs
Row 8 is a picket fence block https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nwYXcjUgzWw
Row 9 is QHST blocks with darks to the top & bottom, then turned where the darks are on the sides giving you a butterfly look.

There is a sashing between each of the rows and a border with cornerstones finishes it up. Hopefully this helps you.

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