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    Can you help ID this pattern, please?

    I ran across this while getting lost down a Pinterest rabbit hole, lol. It's exactly what I want for my new bedroom (so close! If all goes well I get to start painting tomorrow!)

    I wanted a low volume scrappy quilt - I've searched & searched & searched, lol. I first wanted to make the pattern that Preeti made for her mother a while back, but I think that pattern needs more contrast.

    Annnnnyway, I can figure this out- it's four patches & HSTs with cornerstone sashing. But I'd rather not do the math myself, because I'll inevitable booger it up, lol. So, if you happen to know what it is called d love to know! Thanks

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    Re: Can you help ID this pattern, please?

    It looks like jewel box blocks with sashing and corner stones in between each block.....it shouldn't be too hard?

    http://www.lynbrown.com/jewel-box-sw...ree/#more-6407
    Sherri

    "Don't let someone else's ugly spoil your beautiful. " Thanks, Bubby!!!!!!

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      #3
      Re: Can you help ID this pattern, please?

      Maybe someone can say if the centre design of each 'irish chain square' has a name - in the quilt world - which might help the search. Some sort of cross?? Good luck

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        #4
        Re: Can you help ID this pattern, please?

        Just a variation on a jacobs ladder block, laid out differently and sashing added.
        TRUTH is seldom appreciated, unless you happen to agree with it. When you don't agree, you just call it rude.

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          Re: Can you help ID this pattern, please?

          Originally posted by sewUK View Post
          Maybe someone can say if the centre design of each 'irish chain square' has a name - in the quilt world - which might help the search. Some sort of cross?? Good luck
          You know, I didn't notice that it has the look of a cross to it. Unfortunately, now that I see it, it looks like an iron cross and I need to do some research, as the only context I have for that is it's use by Germany in WWII and that white supremacists identify with it.

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            #6
            Re: Can you help ID this pattern, please?

            Originally posted by auntstuff View Post
            Just a variation on a jacobs ladder block, laid out differently and sashing added.
            That's what I thought when I saw it.
            Vonnie

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              #7
              Re: Can you help ID this pattern, please?

              I agree about the iron cross look, and once you see it, you can't unsee it. I wonder how it would look if the center square of each cross were left white, rather than yellow? I can't quite visualize it.

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                #8
                Re: Can you help ID this pattern, please?

                Basic Jacobs ladder block for comparison.

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                TRUTH is seldom appreciated, unless you happen to agree with it. When you don't agree, you just call it rude.

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                  #9
                  Re: Can you help ID this pattern, please?

                  It is the Easy Jacobs Ladder block, with sashing and cornerstones. You can easily figure it out: the block consists of 2 HSTs and 2 4Ps. I googled it and came to this pattern for sale:
                  https://images.app.goo.gl/A9vJyvoh32XmotYw7

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                    #10
                    Re: Can you help ID this pattern, please?

                    its similar to little monkey on Bonnie Hunter Quilt ville free patterns tab
                    https://quiltville.blogspot.com/2011...le-monkey.html

                    7minutes in little monkey
                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xg95znx3n-g
                    Last edited by 201 Treadler; June 3, 2019, 10:53 PM.

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