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Oh YEH I have several books I've bought 2 of. Makes me feel real stupid when I see this. Lets just say I'm a good supporter of those who publish books, and they are good supporters of my pocket book. LOL
I have done the same thing! But I try and see if there's more than one thing in a book usually. It's interesting how our tastes change and or evolve over the years. I have a lot of THOSE moments when I'll sit down and browse through a few old quilting book and see an old design that is suddenly what I wanted. Have you bought the same book more than once? Guilty.
This is my favorite of all your recent showings. Really fun placement of a NYB block to make this pattern. Very Cool!
This pattern was in one of there more rescent books. I bought the book just for this pattern, but I do that a lot, by a book for just one pattern, then years later I discover I like something else in the book.I like it when I see someone else make a quilt and they go that the pattern is unavailable.Yes it probably is until I hit my own library.My collection is in the 100's. I even got copies of some books, so if you're ever looking for a book out of print, give me a jingle I just may have it.
This looks like " applecore meets New York beauty" to me...and l love it! The colours as well as the design...is this paper pieced?
Fons and Porter huh? I used to get their magazine years ago or is this a current pattern?
Yes it does, I'll find it for ya. It's in afons and porter and then it was published in a magazine to.
Look at all the colors in this! Does tis one have a pattern name?
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