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Sandy posted on Wed, Oct 9 2013 11:36 AM

Hi,

found this picture on the web and wondered if anyone knows what it's called and where I can buy the pattern?

or how to make it?

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Kris replied on Wed, Oct 9 2013 12:39 PM

Sandy,

I don't know the name of the pattern but it is is reminiscent of "Periwinkle Star". In this case it has pieced hexagons. The print hexagons are cut in sixths and the solid is a whole hexagon. 

 

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Sorry I don't know but I'm sure I've seen it before.

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Wow! What a pretty block. I think Kris is right about how it was made. It should be an easy pattern to draft yourself. 

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Sandy,

Why show me this, this means another one i want to make into an EPP quilt. Its very beautiful.

lots of love

Francesxx

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sorry duplicate post

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Sandy replied on Thu, Oct 10 2013 12:04 AM

thanks everyone

I did not even think about paper piecing, but now I see it.   I did think about the card trick pattern :)

 

thanks 

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Sandy,

Thanks to you ive just drawn out the templates for this one.

Another EPP Quilt here i come.

lots of love

Francesxx

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Frances:

Sandy,

Thanks to you ive just drawn out the templates for this one.

Another EPP Quilt here i come.

lots of love

Francesxx

Hurry up and finish it so we can all see what wonderful creations you make!!

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didash replied on Thu, Oct 10 2013 9:57 AM

Kris:

Sandy,

I don't know the name of the pattern but it is is reminiscent of "Periwinkle" star. In this case it has pieced hexagons. The print hexagons are cut in sixths and the solid is a whole hexagon. 

 

 

If you didn't want to use hexies, it looks like you could sew the stars the with the method used in the Strata Star Table Topper pattern...just use solid fabrics rather than stratas and scale down your triangles...

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Frances replied on Thu, Oct 10 2013 10:18 AM

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As slow as i am, you will have made 50 quilts before ive even made one.

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Marie replied on Thu, Oct 10 2013 12:03 PM

Missouri Star Quilt company has Periwinkle Star pattern tute on it.

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To me it looks like EPP using this template for the center of the star and triangles for the points.

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Sandy replied on Thu, Oct 10 2013 3:30 PM

Debbie-do:

To me it looks like EPP using this template for the center of the star and triangles for the points.

It sure does :)   well I do like

 

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Kris replied on Thu, Oct 10 2013 6:36 PM

Debbie-do:

To me it looks like EPP using this template for the center of the star and triangles for the points.

Yes that's it. 1/6 of a hexagon.

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