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Old 05-22-2022, 09:32 AM
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I'm interested in purchasing the pattern "Chip off the Old Block" pattern by Teacher's Pet. I tried ordering from Teacher's Pet website and apparently there are ongoing health issues and she isn't and hasn't filled orders since the end of last year. I've spent an hour or so checking online stores and cannot find this pattern.

If you have this pattern and would like to part with it please let me know what you would like to sell it for.

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Old 05-22-2022, 10:09 AM
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It is for sale here: Opps nope - its the Take 5 pattern --- looks close though.
Chip off the old Block Pattern by Teacher's Pet

Here is a pattern by Cozy Quilt Designs - looks close as well:
Fruit Cake - Cozy Quilt Design

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Old 05-22-2022, 10:56 AM
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Default Thanks so much for looking for me

I should have posted a picture of the quilt. The one on Etsy is similar but it's not quite the same the pattern number is #303. However, the Cozy Quilt looks great.

Here is the link to Teacher's Pet with description and pattern it's on the far right fourth from the top....https://www.the-teachers-pet.com/jellyroll.html

TP#303 - Chip Off The Old Block
a 'Hip to Strip' jelly roll pattern. Just one jelly roll + 2 borders = a fabulous quilt in a day! 4 Layout Options. 56" x 72"

Again thanks bunches for your time in helping me.
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Old 05-23-2022, 03:02 AM
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Is this the one....says it's down loadable. Chip off the Old Block quilt pattern - downloadable (fabricaddict.net)

Sorry, didn't see your link before I posted this. Two totally different quilts with the same name!



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Old 05-23-2022, 05:38 AM
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Oh don't feel bad it was what I found while searching several different patterns with the same or close to the same name. I just want to say thank you for your time in trying to find the pattern for me.
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I looked over the picture really good and this is how I think it is designed using a Jelly roll. You make the blocks with different fabrics in the different positions and just turn the blocks until you like the design.

it's 4 rows wide and will finish at 8x8. The following are finished rows
2 -4 inch, rectangles
4 - 2 inch squares
1 - 8 inch long strip
A 6 inch and a 2 inch


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Originally Posted by Barb in Louisiana View Post
I looked over the picture really good and this is how I think it is designed using a Jelly roll. You make the blocks with different fabrics in the different positions and just turn the blocks until you like the design.

it's 4 rows wide and will finish at 8x8. The following are finished rows
2 -4 inch, rectangles
4 - 2 inch squares
1 - 8 inch long strip
A 6 inch and a 2 inch
Thanks Barb! I'll add to my files, for future quilts.
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Hello My Friend Barb, Once again you are amazing in helping me! How in the world you and others cn look at a block/pattern and figure it out. As you may remember I'm so totally pattern dependent my brain doesn't see unless it's broken down, then I'm challenged on how to cut the pieces in a correct size to make a block. You are one gifted lady and so generous with your time!

Thank you Barb once again.
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I am glad I could help you, Onalee. One of the clues was that it is made with Jelly rolls which would finish at 2 inches. That gave me the size. Happy sewing. I look forward to seeing your quilt.
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Originally Posted by toogie View Post
Thanks Barb! I'll add to my files, for future quilts.
You are awesome, thank you!!
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