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    Default Re: Does anyone recognize this pattern?

    I bet Roxy could make something cool with some Hawaiian fabric with this one



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    This is what she is using on the next quilt she is doing for a friend!
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    V and Co.: V and Co: reverse hopscotch done I recognized it immediately
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    Quote Originally Posted by bkthomas View Post
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    This is what she is using on the next quilt she is doing for a friend!
    So pretty! I need to look through my stash instead of buying so many charm packs. It's been sitting in front of me all this time. Der.



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    I think it looks like a charm pack. The corners might be snowballed; that would probably be the easiest thing to do. You can google snowballing if you don't know what it is. It's easy to do.

    Your star block will measure 3 charms by 3 charms one of which is white.



    row 1: one charm, one star, one charm.

    row2 : one star, white charm, one star,

    row 3: one charm, one star, one charm.

    This makes the star block in the bottom left of the quilt.

    The second block you need to make is just a 3x3 block of charms. This is the block to the bottom right of the photo.

    Hope this helps.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheena View Post
    I think it looks like a charm pack. The corners might be snowballed; that would probably be the easiest thing to do. You can google snowballing if you don't know what it is. It's easy to do.

    Your star block will measure 3 charms by 3 charms one of which is white.



    row 1: one charm, one star, one charm.

    row2 : one star, white charm, one star,

    row 3: one charm, one star, one charm.

    This makes the star block in the bottom left of the quilt.

    The second block you need to make is just a 3x3 block of charms. This is the block to the bottom right of the photo.

    Hope this helps.
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    The other block is a 9 patch of just charms. Love the bold contrast in this sample quilt, so the stars really stand out.

    My charms weren't exactly the same size, it is a bit lopsided! Cheap charms are cut just a bit smaller!

    Block measures approximately 13-1/2" square, 13" finished to give you an idea of how many blocks you would want to make to make a quilt.
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    I did the math to make this pattern into a large quilt.

    To make it 65 x 78. You need 255 colored charm squares and 45 whites. This means you need 6 42 count charm packs, and one plus three squares of white.

    You make 15 blocks of the star pattern ( takes 8 colored charms and 3 whites) and 15 9 patch blocks. To get the size I figured on, you make 5 rows across and 6 rows down,

    You could enlarge it by adding another block to the row and making more rows. You can double border it to make it fit a full or queen. I'm excited to see this pattern, because I see many possibilities for great quilts using this pattern.

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    Default Re: Does anyone recognize this pattern?

    Here is a link for a pattern very similar.

    Free Quilt Patterns | Katie Hennagir Designs
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    Default Re: Does anyone recognize this pattern?

    Here's another one, Vintage Modern Wonky Star , made with charm squares.
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    Default Re: Does anyone recognize this pattern?

    Quote Originally Posted by Musical_Starling View Post
    V and Co.: V and Co: reverse hopscotch done I recognized it immediately
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