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Kris replied on Fri, Jun 17 2011 12:01 AM

Lovely quilt. Nice work.

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Linny t replied on Fri, Jun 17 2011 9:58 AM

I found this site that has a picture of a drawing of the block.  http://www.needleartworks.com/dsgnr/ask/ASK9PP.HTM  It's available to order as a quilt pattern.

Here's a site that has a blog with a picture of one made from scalloped edge wedges as a mini mother's day.  The pattern is downloadable, but you have to sign up to a site called 4share for min. $9.95. 

I figure you could draft your own block.  I'm assuming this is the block you are talking about.  Is it?  I wonder if it's one of the blocks in the Electric Quilt library. 

It's a pretty block.  I don't think I've ever seen a quilt made from this block, but I can see where it would make a stunning quilt. 

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Linny t replied on Fri, Jun 17 2011 10:02 AM

http://www.quiltingboard.com/t-47873-1.htm This is a link to a picture of a quilt top made with scalloped edge wedges.  I'm sorry if I'm posting something everyone has already found.  I admit I didn't take time to read the middle posts.

 

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Linny t replied on Fri, Jun 17 2011 10:15 AM

Linny t:
http://www.needleartworks.com/dsgnr/ask/ASK9PP.HTM  It's available to order as a quilt pattern.

 Correction, it's available to order as a cross stitch patter.  My appologies.  I'm moving a little too fast today.

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BBarb replied on Fri, Jun 17 2011 3:24 PM

Thank you for all the compliments on my quilt.  It was a very fun one to make.

The hearts in the middle were not appliqued on top.  They are peeking through from the bottom.

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BBarb replied on Fri, Jun 17 2011 3:25 PM

Another thought.  I bought the pattern and lost it in moving.  I am trying to draft another and will let you know when, if I get it done.

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Vivian replied on Fri, Jun 17 2011 4:12 PM

I would be delighted to be put on your list if (when) you get it done.  please, thankyou.

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BBarb replied on Tue, Aug 30 2011 10:16 AM

Thank you Nana.   Been too busy to get to computer.  Started to teach quilting this week.

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Go here: http://quiltingupacreek.webs.com/free.htm. This may be the one you were looking for.  Carolyn

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Thank you! 

 

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Go here: http://quiltingupacreek.webs.com/free.htm. This may be the one you were looking for.  Carolyn

 

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clhughey:

Go here: http://quiltingupacreek.webs.com/free.htm. This may be the one you were looking for.  Carolyn

 

This is a great pattern, thank you for posting it. I was reading the instructions. When it said to turn under the edges I thought "Oh Ugh". I don't know if this would work but what if you laid iron-on interfacing on the top of the completed heart, stitched all around and then turned it? Then you could press it down on the background and hand or machine applique around.

 


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Yes, Judy, I was thinking the same thing, last night.  I was thinking you could just lay the dresden heart, face down, on a piece of white fabric, and sew around the edge, then slit the back and turn.  Basically, what you are saying.  I need to add that to the pattern as an alternate.  Thanks!

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Joni replied on Thu, Apr 11 2013 8:49 AM

Gini

thanks you always have great advice, I'll have to go back and have a look-see at the quilts.

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Joni replied on Thu, Apr 11 2013 8:51 AM

BBarb

WOW WOW WOW!  What a beautiful quilt!  I can see why it was/is a blue ribbon creation...should have also taken BEST OF SHOW?

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Marie replied on Thu, Apr 11 2013 10:23 AM

Betsy, what a beautiful quilt!  Love everything about it, congrats on the blue ribbon!  

Millbury, MA

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