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Thread: What the name of this pattern.....

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    Super Member May in Jersey's Avatar
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    and where can I find it? I'm sure the block is Indian Hatchet but I would like to find the pattern for the amount of yardage needed. I know I've seen it on one of the fabric manufactures sites but can't remembe which one. May in Jersey
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    This looks real close if not the same as a chicklet pattern, Maybe that pattern will tell you how much you need.I love this quilt.

    http://www.brandysquiltpatterns.com/ChicletsFree.pdf

    guess I was wrong this is the chiclet pattern.

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    Lots of scraps and a couple yards of solid (blue) and your good to go for Exact name or pattern not sure

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    Have you tried the Moda Bakeshop? Here's a link:

    http://www.modabakeshop.com

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    I've made this quilt. It is a four patch, alternating with a solid with 2 HSTs in opposite corners.

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    May here is a link to the pattern and it has measurements if you scroll down to the bottom. Hope this helps you.
    Happy Stitchin' Linda B.
    http://www.easyquilting.info/quilt-p...n-hatchet.html

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    whatever the name it is pretty. blue is my favourite color.

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    here is another one...
    http://www.quilterscache.com/I/India...ock_Page2.html

    maybe your quilt is a combination of two? It sure is pretty.
    good luck finding what your looking for.

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    It looks like Arkansas Crossroads to me.
    http://www.quilterscache.com/A/Arkan...oadsBlock.html

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    I agree about Arkansas Crossroads, if you look close you can see 4 patches in the picture

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    I haven't a clue as to the name, I do know it is pretty.

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    yes it looks like Arkansas Crossroads to me too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lindsey
    yes it looks like Arkansas Crossroads to me too.
    Agree, I love the original with all the blue in it, and I am not a blue lover... This was fun comparing all these quilt designs.

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    What a beautiful quilt and another example of how to use up scrappy squares and bring them all together with on solid fabric. Great job.

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    Thanks gals this is just the info I was looking for, May in Jersey

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    Oh that;s a nice one!!

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    I made this quilt a few years back. It was on the cover of Quilt magazine. I loved making it in 30's fabric & prairie points on the edges.

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