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Thread: What is this pattern called?

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    This was given to me by an elderly lady before she passed away. She cut enough blocks to finish it, which I hope to do someday. But Id really like to know the pattern's name. Can anyone clue me in on the name?
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    i believe it is apple cores

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    we call it apple core :)

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    I believe it is apple core.

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    Apple core

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    ITA ... Apple Core pattern

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    apple core. those are some great vintage fabrics. :D

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    We call it "Always" :mrgreen:


    (as in pads)

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    Quote Originally Posted by catzlaw
    This was given to me by an elderly lady before she passed away. She cut enough blocks to finish it, which I hope to do someday. But Id really like to know the pattern's name. Can anyone clue me in on the name?
    how nice and its sure going to be a wonderful scrapy quilt 8-)

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    YEAH! Thank you so much! My grandaughters were putting them together like a puzzle earlier, Im glad to know the name!!! THank you, thank you!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTS
    We call it "Always" :mrgreen:


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    LOLOL How funny!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Judith1005
    apple core. those are some great vintage fabrics. :D
    Oh you should see them all!! Ive never seen such a variety of patterns!

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    yes i agree apple core

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    I've also seen it called ax head, but apple core is more common.

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    Looks like a nice array of fabric!
    Please show us when you get it finished!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MTS
    We call it "Always" :mrgreen:


    (as in pads)
    :P

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    It's a great scrap pattern for learning how to do curves.





    I'm still working on it :hunf:

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    I'm working on an apple core. It is still in the cut out stage but great for scraps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Barb44
    I've also seen it called ax head, but apple core is more common.
    Double bitted axe is an old name.

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    go to missouri star quilt company on youtube and watch a video on how to put the apple core quilt pattern together, it is excellent.

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    Love the quilt and glad you got the answer. Apple Core to me too. Had to laugh at MTS's post too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nativetexan
    or take the template pattern to your local glass cutter, and have them make you one in plexiglass/acrylic! It'll cost you a lot less $$ !!!

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    Lovely!

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    the pattern is apple cores.

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